The largest party of socialists in Moldova (PSRM) is going to again submit the law on the functioning of languages to parliament. Reported by TASS with reference to the party’s statement.
The document says that the Socialist Party does not agree with the decision of the Constitutional Court on the law on languages. In this regard, the re-adoption of the law on the functioning of languages in the country will be initiated.
It is noted that the party fears that the Constitutional Court’s verdict may negatively affect the process of the Transnistrian settlement, “deepen the mistrust between the two banks of the Dniester”.
Prior to that, the law was signed in December 2020 by Igor Dodon, who served as the country’s president.
Earlier today it became known that the Constitutional Court of Moldova recognized the law as inconsistent with the Constitution, within the framework of which Russian was designated as the language of interethnic communication.
According to the chairman of the court Domnik Manole, the verdict is final, it cannot be challenged and it comes into force from the moment it is announced.