President Maia Sandu has stated that the referendum on EU membership is constitutional and can take place on 20 October

The Constitutional Court (CC) has determined that the referendum on EU accession is constitutional and may proceed on October 20. The referendum will include the question, “Are you in favour of the accession of the Republic of Moldova to the European Union?” This decision was made by the head of state, Maia Sandu, following the CC’s approval of the draft law amending the Constitution.

“It is imperative that we achieve unity and that all parties, civic organisations and citizens play their part in guaranteeing peace and well-being for Moldovans. The United for European Moldova coalition is committed to achieving a common goal: the peaceful, dignified, and free lives of Moldovans within a strong European country,” said Maia Sandu.

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“The accession of the Republic of Moldova to the constitutive treaties of the European Union, as well as the accession to the acts of revision of the constitutive treaties of the European Union, shall be established by the Parliament by organic law. Furthermore, by the provisions of the accession act, the provisions of the constitutive treaties of the European Union, as well as the other binding Community regulations, shall take precedence over the contrary provisions of the internal laws following accession.”

The referendum on Moldova’s accession to the EU could be held on 20 October 2024, according to the referral submitted to the Court. During the vote, it would be appropriate to pose the question, “Should the Republic of Moldova be granted accession to the European Union?”

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