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Moldova's parliament has passed a bill to reduce the powers of the president.
Axar.az reports that the statement came from Deputy Speaker of the Moldovan Parliament Vlad Batrinchu.
According to him, 51 out of 101 deputies supported the bill. With the adoption of the document, the Information and Security Service will be removed from the powers of the president and submitted to parliament. In addition, the head of state can not appoint a head of the service.
Moldova's newly elected president, Maya Sandu, has called the bill a coup by incumbent Igor Dodo.
2020.12.03 / 21:12