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The Moldovan government will propose to Parliament to extend the state of emergency for 60 days.

The Moldovan government will propose to Parliament to extend the state of emergency for 60 days.

The Moldovan government will ask the parliament to extend the state of emergency in the country for another 60 days, the decision was announced on Wednesday by Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa, who is the chairman of the Commission for Emergency Situations (CoES).

The Moldovan authorities introduced a state of emergency on February 24, then it was repeatedly extended.

“As part of the meeting, the commission recommended extending the state of emergency for 60 days. The request will be submitted for approval by the executive branch, and then will be considered at the parliamentary session,” Gavrilitsa said following the meeting of the CoES, according to the government’s official website.


The issue of extending the state of emergency will be considered at a government meeting on Wednesday.