Moldova is set to exit the state of emergency. The recent 30-day extension requested by the government, starting from December 1, will be the last, according to Olesea Stamate, the president of the Legal Committee of the Parliament. She states that laws will be adopted to replace the decisions made by the Commission for Exceptional Situations.
“The government representative, who presented this initiative both in the committee and in the plenary of the Parliament, justified the need for extension and the request for a 30-day extension because this is the final extension unless something similar happens. In principle, the government has prepared a significant portion of the legislative acts that we need to adopt to replace those decisions adopted by the Commission for Exceptional Situations, and by the end of December, with all these documents adopted, it will not be necessary to extend the state of emergency,” stated Olesea Stamate, the president of the parliamentary committee on appointments and immunities.
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On November 24, the Parliament voted to extend the state of emergency by an additional 30 days, starting from December 1.
The decision was based on the risks associated with the war in Ukraine. Minister of Internal Affairs Adrian Efros stated from the Legislative Tribune that during these 30 days, authorities will prepare for a gradual exit from this regime.
The state of emergency was instituted in the Republic of Moldova on February 24, 2022, and has been extended multiple times since then.