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Parliament of the Republic of Moldova

 

Parliament of the Republic of Moldova

Parliament of the Republic of Moldova
Parlamentul Republicii Moldova
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
History
Founded 1994
Leadership
Andrian CanduPDM
Since January 23, 2015
Structure
Seats 101
Political groups

Government (51)

Supported by (1)

Opposition

Elections
Last election
30 November 2014
Meeting place
Palace of the Parliament, Chişinău, Moldova
Website
http://www.parlament.md/
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Moldova
Administrative divisions

The Parliament of the Republic of Moldova (Parlamentul Republicii Moldova) is a unicameral assembly with 101 seats. Its members are elected by popular vote every 4 years. The parliament then elects a president, who functions as the head of state. The president appoints a prime minister as head of government who in turn assembles a cabinet, both subject to parliamentary approval.

Contents

  • Apparatus 1
  • Legislative procedure 2
  • Election results 3
  • Structure of former legislatures 4
    • Moldovan Parliament 1994-1998 4.1
    • Moldovan Parliament 1998-2001 4.2
    • Moldovan Parliament 2001-2005 4.3
    • Moldovan Parliament 2005-2009 4.4
    • Moldovan Parliament April–July 2009 4.5
    • Moldovan Parliament 2009–2010 4.6
    • Moldovan Parliament 2010–2014 4.7
    • Moldovan Parliament 2014–2018 4.8
  • Presidents of the Parliament of Moldova 5
  • Parliament Building 6
  • Sources 7
  • External links 8

Apparatus

The Parliament staff ensures an organizational, informational and technological assistance to activity of the Parliament, the Standing Bureau, standing committees, parliamentary factions and of deputies. The structure and the personal record of the parliament staff are approved by the Parliament.

Legislative procedure

According to the Speaker (excepting proposals to revise the Constitution) and to the Government. In exercise of this right MPs and the President of the state present to Parliament draft papers and legislative proposals, while the Government presents draft papers.

Election results

Structure of former legislatures

Moldovan Parliament 1994-1998

56 28 11 9
PDAM BePSMUE BTI BeAFPCD

Moldovan Parliament 1998-2001

40 26 24 11
PCRM Democratic Convention Dem & Prosperous PFD

Moldovan Parliament 2001-2005

71 19 11
PCRM Braghis Alliance PPCD

Moldovan Parliament 2005-2009

56 22 8 4 11
PCRM AMN PDM PSL PPCD

Moldovan Parliament April–July 2009

60 15 15 11
PCRM PL PLDM AMN

Moldovan Parliament 2009–2010

48 18 15 13 7
PCRM PLDM PL PDM AMN

Moldovan Parliament 2010–2014

42 32 15 12
PCRM PLDM PDM PL

Moldovan Parliament 2014–2018

25 21 23 19 13
PSRM PCRM PLDM PDM PL

Presidents of the Parliament of Moldova

Parliament Building

The Parliament Building was formerly the meeting place of the Central Committee of the Moldovan branch of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. It is located on Stephen the Great Boulevard formerly known as Lenin Boulevard. The architects were Alexander Cerdanțev and Grigore Bosenco. The building was damaged during civil unrest in 2009[2] and repairs were carried out in 2012 and 2013. Parliament moved back into the restored building in February 2014.[3]

Sources

  1. ^ Rulers.org
  2. ^ [3]
  3. ^ [4]

External links

  • Official page
  • Parliamentary Elections in the Republic of Moldova
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