When recommending to EU member states to open accession negotiations with our country, the European Commission strictly analyzed a report published three days ago, assessing the progress made by the Republic of Moldova towards fulfilling the recommendations from obtaining the status of a candidate country for accession, as well as the implementation of the acquis communautaire.
According to this report, the Commission assessed the results of the Republic of Moldova as “excellent.”
Out of the nine recommendations proposed by the European Commission, the Republic of Moldova has managed to fully fulfill six, 100%. The other three, which relate to the reform of the justice system, the fight against corruption, and de-oligarchization, are almost complete, with only minor aspects remaining to be finalized.
These results led the European Commission to declare that the Republic of Moldova has fulfilled 94% of the recommendations it was supposed to meet.
However, the official explained that fulfilling these recommendations from the European Commission does not mean at all that suddenly, in the Republic of Moldova, the justice system will be radically reformed. It only means that, for a certain stage in the process of Moldova’s accession to the EU, the vital criteria regarding the improvement of justice in Chisinau have been met.
For a noticeable difference in terms of the justice system, the adoption of many more laws is needed.