The decision to transfer the Republican stadium land to the U.S. embassy was suspended by the Constitutional Court pending a hearing on the merits of the law, which Parliament overturned. More precisely, the High Court judges stopped the process of restructuring land on state property, in its place only sports-cultural purposes will be built.
“On the basis of reasonable indications, the Court considers it necessary to suspend the action of the competing law on the existence of bilateral agreements concluded by the Government of the Republic of Moldova with the US Government in this regard. Replacing the land where the Republican Stadium is currently located. By law, the property of the United States to build the embassy. 151 on October 4, 2018, repealed by competing law. With regard to the area affected by the competing law, the Court noted that the settlement of the suspension was necessary to avoid damage to the Constitutional Order and immediate adverse consequences.”, As stated in the conclusion of the Court.
Notice to CCM D.A. It should be noted that the platform was submitted by Dinu Blanco and Maria Siobanu.
We remind you that the BSRM-“for Moldova “delegates voted in two readings to rescind the decision to transfer the grounds of the Republican Stadium to the US Embassy. The U.S. embassy in Chisinau reacted strongly to this decision. According to the diplomatic corps, “the United States has been in good hands with the successive governments of the Republic of Moldova for more than a decade, and this cancellation violates a bilateral agreement, violates international law and adversely affects US relations. Republic of Moldova.”
Details: The majority of PSRMs left the United States without land on Republican grounds to build a new embassy headquarters
We refer to the notice order and law for the repeal of Law Number. 151/2018 on the relocation for consideration of a real estate was published in the Official Gazette today and came into force.
Details: In two strokes and three movements. The law on Republican grounds was published in the Official Gazette