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Moldovan President again suspended from duty

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Once again, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova decided to suspend the duties of President Igor Dodon. The reason for this decision was the need to advance several laws that the president had previously blocked, noting that they do not meet the interests of the Moldovan people.




The President of the Constitutional Court of Moldova, Mihai Poalelunj, stated that after the decision of the Constitutional Court, the presidential duties are vested in the chairman of the legislative body of the republic.

It is worth noting that the request for the temporary dismissal of Dodon from the post of President of Moldova, the COP responded almost instantly. This request was submitted by the chairman of the Moldovan parliament, Andrian Candu, who is now de jure "for a while" becoming the president of Moldova.

What are the laws that blocked Dodon, are we talking about? In particular, this is the law on the celebration of May 9, not Victory Day, but Europe Day; the law on the construction of a new US embassy building in Chisinau; it is also a law on television and several other legislative initiatives.

Earlier, Dodona was temporarily removed from the presidency due to his unwillingness to sign, for example, a document on the sending of Moldovan troops to the exercises on the territory of Ukraine. There were other reasons when de facto anti-people politicians promoted the initiatives of their curators, and Dodon tried to prevent them.
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  1. Vasilenko Vladimir
    Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 14: 58
    +10
    the circus is continuous, and then what country is the president in ?!
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 10 December 2018 15: 01
      +10
      Quote: Vasilenko Vladimir
      why the country then president ?!

      This question is being studied by Moldovan scientists. wink
      1. For example
        For example 10 December 2018 17: 32
        -9
        President doldon. One word - Romanian wassat
    2. GKS 2111
      GKS 2111 10 December 2018 15: 02
      0
      You’re adequate, seemingly, a Colleague, everyone knows that he never had real power there ...
    3. Finches
      Finches 10 December 2018 15: 21
      +15
      If the President of Moldova does not look in the direction of Bucharest, then he is a dictator and pro-Kremlin separatist, if he looks in the direction of Romania, and even better the USA, then he is a beacon of democracy and an advocate of human justice! laughing
      1. ioan-e
        ioan-e 10 December 2018 16: 06
        +4
        Quote: Finches
        and even better than the United States, he is a beacon of democracy and an advocate of human justice!

        It would be okay only in Moldova, so around the world laughing
      2. Alber
        Alber 10 December 2018 16: 53
        +3
        Quote: Finches
        If the President of Moldova does not look in the direction of Bucharest, then he is a dictator and pro-Kremlin separatist, if he looks in the direction of Romania, and even better the USA, then he is a beacon of democracy and an advocate of human justice! laughing

        Of course it is sad! Dodon is a normal man, Moldovans are mostly adequate, hardworking, ingenuous people, can not be compared with the Armenians.
        It would be nice to help Dodon and be friends with Moldova ...
    4. Henderson
      Henderson 10 December 2018 15: 41
      +1
      There are parliamentary republics, there are presidential ones. Moldova is a parliamentary republic, the president is more representative there, it controls the parliament for everyone, as in Germany. This is a defense against usurpation of power.
      1. Finches
        Finches 10 December 2018 16: 10
        +3
        In Moldova, Romania now rules everything .... And the rest you are right!
        1. Henderson
          Henderson 10 December 2018 18: 17
          -3
          So the Moldovans themselves want to Romania. Romanian passports are not forcibly distributed to them.
          1. XXXIII
            XXXIII 10 December 2018 18: 51
            0
            Quote: Henderson
            So the Moldovans themselves want to Romania. Romanian passports are not forcibly distributed to them.

            And why not to Serbia, could unite like the Baltic states and punish everyone around, even Romanians, the Turks would help, they also don’t like them ....... smile
            1. Henderson
              Henderson 10 December 2018 19: 05
              -1
              This is their own business. They live there, they know better. Maybe they don’t have a desire to punish anyone, but they have a simple human desire to live a normal life and pursue their own destiny.
      2. Vasilenko Vladimir
        Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 16: 15
        -2
        Quote: Henderson
        Moldova - parliamentary republic

        actually the head of state of Moldova is the PRESIDENT

        from the constitution of this circus
        Chapter V. PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
        Article 77.
        President of the Republic of Moldova - Head of State
        (1) The President of the Republic of Moldova is the head of state.
        (2) The President of the Republic of Moldova represents the state and is the guarantor of the sovereignty, national independence, unity and territorial integrity of the country.
        1. Henderson
          Henderson 10 December 2018 16: 28
          +1
          So what? What authority does the head have?
          1. Vasilenko Vladimir
            Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 19: 00
            -1
            Can't read? !!!
            PRESIDENT - HEAD OF STATE, not the prime minister, not the chairman of parliament, but the PRESIDENT
            1. Henderson
              Henderson 10 December 2018 19: 04
              +2
              Well? What are the powers of the head of state? Can do whatever he wants, or is there some kind of framework established by the constitution?
              1. Vasilenko Vladimir
                Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 21: 00
                -2
                everyone except the dictator has a framework, only in Moldova, in principle, it looks more like a booth
                1. Henderson
                  Henderson 10 December 2018 21: 09
                  +2
                  In general, you have no idea about the powers of the President of Moldova. Then there is no need to arrange a booth, really.
                  1. Vasilenko Vladimir
                    Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 21: 37
                    -3
                    I always believed that the constitution is the basic law, but Ukraine and Moldova have proved that this is not so.
                    1. Henderson
                      Henderson 10 December 2018 21: 57
                      +2
                      So find out what the Constitution of Moldova contains about the powers of the presidential. Weak?
                      1. Vasilenko Vladimir
                        Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 22: 07
                        -1
                        Article 81. Incompatibility and inviolability
                        (1) The position of the President of the Republic of Moldova is incompatible with any other paid position.

                        (2) The President of the Republic of Moldova has immunity. He cannot be held legally liable for the views expressed in the exercise of authority.

                        (3) The Parliament may decide to initiate charges against the President of the Republic of Moldova if he commits a crime with two-thirds of the votes of the elected deputies. In accordance with the law, judicial proceedings fall within the competence of the Supreme Court of Justice. The president is removed from office by right from the day the conviction comes into force.


                        Article 82 - expired.
                        Article 83 - expired.


                        Section 84. Messages
                        (1) The President of the Republic of Moldova may attend meetings of the Parliament.

                        (2) The President of the Republic of Moldova addresses the Parliament with messages on issues of national importance.


                        Section 85. Dissolution of Parliament
                        (1) If it is not possible to form a Government or block the adoption of laws within three months, the President of the Republic of Moldova, after consultation with parliamentary factions, has the right to dissolve the Parliament.

                        (2) A parliament may be dissolved if it has not expressed a vote of confidence in the Government within 45 days after the proposal has been submitted, and only after the proposal has been rejected at least two times.

                        (3) Within one year, Parliament may be dissolved once.

                        (4) Parliament cannot be dissolved in the last six months before the expiration of the term of office of the President of the Republic of Moldova, as well as during a state of emergency, siege or martial law.


                        Article 86. Powers in the field of foreign policy
                        (1) The President of the Republic of Moldova conducts negotiations, participates in negotiations, concludes international treaties on behalf of the Republic of Moldova and submits them to the Parliament for ratification in the manner and terms established by law.

                        (2) Upon the proposal of the Government, the President of the Republic of Moldova accredits and recalls the diplomatic representatives of the Republic of Moldova and approves the establishment, abolition or change of rank of diplomatic missions.

                        (3) The President of the Republic of Moldova accepts the credentials and recalls of diplomatic representatives of other states in the Republic of Moldova.


                        Article 87. Powers in the field of defense
                        (1) The President of the Republic of Moldova is the commander in chief of the armed forces.

                        (2) The President of the Republic of Moldova, with the prior consent of the Parliament, may announce partial or general mobilization.

                        (3) In the event of armed aggression against the country, the President of the Republic of Moldova shall take measures to repel aggression, introduce martial law and immediately inform the Parliament about it. If the Parliament is not at this time at the session, it shall be convened by law within 24 hours after the outbreak of aggression.

                        (4) The President of the Republic of Moldova may take other measures aimed at ensuring national security and public order, within the limits of the law and in accordance with it.


                        Article 88. Other powers
                        The President of the Republic of Moldova also exercises the following powers:

                        a) awards state awards and confers honorary titles;

                        b) confer the highest military ranks prescribed by law;

                        c) resolve issues of citizenship of the Republic of Moldova and the provision of political asylum;

                        d) appoints public office in accordance with the law;

                        e) pardons;

                        f) may require the people to express their will on matters of national importance by referendum;

                        g) assigns diplomatic ranks;

                        h) in accordance with the law, assigns the highest class ranks to employees of the prosecutor's office, courts of law and other categories of employees;

                        i) suspend the acts of the Government, contrary to the law, until a final decision is made by the Constitutional Court;

                        j) exercises other powers established by law.


                        Section 89. Dismissal
                        (1) In the case of committing a grave act and thereby violating the provisions of the Constitution, the President of the Republic of Moldova may be removed from office by the Parliament by two-thirds of the votes of the deputies.

                        (2) A motion to remove from office may be put forward by at least one third of the deputies and must be immediately brought to the attention of the President of the Republic of Moldova. The President may provide Parliament with an explanation of the charges against him.

                        (3) If the proposal for removal from office is approved, no later than within 30 days a referendum shall be held on the issue of removal of the President.
                      2. Henderson
                        Henderson 10 December 2018 22: 21
                        +2
                        Oh, how clever! I copied a lot, but to no avail, I did not master the most important thing for understanding the situation. And it is further contained in article 93.
                      3. Vasilenko Vladimir
                        Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 22: 24
                        -1
                        Quote: Henderson
                        Oh, how clever! I copied a lot, but to no avail,
                        Your respected boorish tone is somewhat inappropriate
                        Quote: Henderson
                        And it is further contained in article 93.

                        What exactly ?
                        The promulgation of laws ?!
                      4. Henderson
                        Henderson 10 December 2018 23: 11
                        +2
                        Look. It is useful to read to the end what an interesting word they learned. And now the question. What happened to Dodon anyway? He himself about the removal of the COP at all do not know.
                      5. Vasilenko Vladimir
                        Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 23: 23
                        -2
                        you would delve into the meaning of the FAMOUS words and not be rude to the elders
                      6. Henderson
                        Henderson 11 December 2018 11: 13
                        +1
                        When they start talking about age, this is a marker that there are no arguments.
                      7. Vasilenko Vladimir
                        Vasilenko Vladimir 11 December 2018 13: 08
                        -1
                        you don’t have to be a boor in the first place
        2. Navigator Basov
          Navigator Basov 10 December 2018 18: 12
          +3
          In Germany, too, the head of state is the president. So what? Do you even know his last name? This is the essence of a parliamentary republic.
          1. den3080
            den3080 10 December 2018 18: 20
            0
            In Germany, too, the head of state is the president. So what? Do you even know his last name? This is the essence of a parliamentary republic.

            Frank Walter ... Steinmeier
            wink
            distinguished himself by signing guarantees to Yanukovych in 2014, the remaining time (as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany) was periodically making excuses for that setup in the style of "I'm not me and not my horse," and then went on to raise :)
          2. Vasilenko Vladimir
            Vasilenko Vladimir 10 December 2018 19: 04
            -1
            Quote: Navigator Basov
            Do you even know his last name?

            poke you will thread somewhere else
      3. Navigator Basov
        Navigator Basov 10 December 2018 18: 07
        +2
        Judging by what happened - so-so protection.
        1. Henderson
          Henderson 10 December 2018 18: 27
          0
          What happened then? There is a typical election campaign before the parliamentary elections. They even exist there. Pro-Russian President, Prime Minister for European Integration, part of the deputies for Romania.
          There is no even system and universal approval for one single candidate with one single party. Is this good or bad? You can argue until you turn blue.
  2. Karakurt
    Karakurt 10 December 2018 14: 59
    +3
    February 24, 2019 soon, not long to mock
    1. vargo
      vargo 10 December 2018 15: 04
      0
      But what will happen on February 24?
      1. Karakurt
        Karakurt 10 December 2018 15: 05
        +1
        The people will give him real power
        1. vargo
          vargo 10 December 2018 15: 12
          0
          So still, what will happen? Referendum or what? After removal, isn’t he deprived of any presidential rights more?
          P.S. then some kind of herd of minus-propellers rushed by all the minuses ...
        2. 210ox
          210ox 10 December 2018 15: 36
          0
          In that state, the will of the people is not asked. What will be decided in Washington will be.
          1. SS-18 Satan
            SS-18 Satan 10 December 2018 15: 54
            +7
            I am wildly sorry .. but do not remind me in which state they are interested in the opinion of the people ??
          2. Karakurt
            Karakurt 10 December 2018 16: 10
            +3
            Quote: 210ox
            In that state, the will of the people is not asked. What will be decided in Washington will be.

            Go down to earth Dmitry, or you about Russia good
  3. Wolf
    Wolf 10 December 2018 15: 00
    0
    Anglo-Saxons push and force.
    1. SSR
      SSR 10 December 2018 15: 14
      +1
      Quote: Wolf
      Anglo-Saxons push and force.

      There’s still for you all some other sakis with minuses walked))
      Interestingly, what kind of animal was that unknown?
      PS.
      Imha, Dodon as he could, could, kept Moldova from coming out of Somalization.
  4. credo
    credo 10 December 2018 15: 01
    +7
    “... Once again, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova made a decision on the temporary suspension of the duties of President Igor Dodon. The reason for this decision was the need to promote several laws that the President had previously blocked, noting that they do not correspond to the interests of the Moldovan people ... . "
    --------------------------
    An amazing and unusual country of Moldova. Complete "freedom and liberal pluralism". "Dream" for all underdeveloped countries of the world.
  5. Altona
    Altona 10 December 2018 15: 03
    +4
    Generally strange legal collision, to remove the president from office on every occasion. It is strange, first of all, because the President is a popularly elected figure and it turns out that the Moldovan Constitutional Court "temporarily suspends" the choice of the Moldovan people. But given that no one has been listening to the "source of power" lately, such collisions do occur. In fact, this is a kind of mini coup d'etat.
    1. Henderson
      Henderson 10 December 2018 15: 44
      -1
      There is a principle of separation of powers into executive, legislative and judicial. All three branches of government are holding each other back. That is the point.
      It’s bad when the Constitutional Court is even afraid to utter a word against the president’s words, and the State Duma is not a place for discussion.
      1. credo
        credo 10 December 2018 16: 02
        0
        Quote: Henderson
        There is a principle of separation of powers into executive, legislative and judicial. All three branches of government are holding each other back. That is the point.
        It’s bad when the Constitutional Court is even afraid to utter a word against the president’s words, and the State Duma is not a place for discussion.

        And what did you find rational in this system of checks and balances, because the Constitutional Court suspended the President only for the purpose of adopting laws that the President did not agree on.
        Sorry for the bad manners, but in fact the Parliament and the Constitutional Court see in the President a brainless and obedient idiot who must sign everything they consider necessary, and if he does not agree with something, he will simply be suspended for the time they pass the laws they need.
        So in Moldova, the dictatorship of the Parliament and the Constitutional Court, by the way consisting of half of foreign citizens, looks completely crazy for a sovereign state.
        1. Henderson
          Henderson 10 December 2018 16: 06
          -4
          First you need to look at their legislation and the powers of the president. Whether his refusal was legal.
          Quote: credo
          dictatorship of Parliament and the Constitutional Court

          A dictatorship is when only one person rules that is not limited by anything (doesn’t it remind you of anything?). In this case, all three branches mutually limit each other. This is a system of checks and balances ..
          Quote: credo
          consisting of half of foreign citizens, which looks complete nonsense for a sovereign state.

          in Russia very often foreigners were in the top leadership, one can recall the Varangians, and Catherine the Second, and all kinds of Germans with the French. But no one could call the Russian Empire a non-sovereign power.
          1. credo
            credo 10 December 2018 16: 26
            -1
            Quote: Henderson
            First you need to look at their legislation and the powers of the president. Whether his refusal was legal.
            Quote: credo
            dictatorship of Parliament and the Constitutional Court

            A dictatorship is when only one person rules that is not limited by anything (doesn’t it remind you of anything?). In this case, all three branches mutually limit each other. This is a system of checks and balances ..
            Quote: credo
            consisting of half of foreign citizens, which looks complete nonsense for a sovereign state.

            in Russia very often foreigners were in the top leadership, one can recall the Varangians, and Catherine the Second, and all kinds of Germans with the French. But no one could call the Russian Empire a non-sovereign power.

            Your objections are simple assumptions without reinforcing the specifics, but for some reason you stated with certainty that the COP did everything right. It looks very illogical and unconvincing.
            1. Henderson
              Henderson 10 December 2018 16: 35
              +1
              Here is a slice of the powers of the President of Moldova from their constitution:
              i) suspend acts of the Government that are contrary to law, pending a final decision by the Constitutional Court;
              In Moldova, the Constitutional Court stands above the President.
              The Constitutional Court consists of six judges appointed for a six-year term. Two judges are appointed by Parliament, two by the Government and two by the Superior Council of Magistracy
              1. credo
                credo 10 December 2018 17: 26
                0
                Quote: Henderson
                Here is a slice of the powers of the President of Moldova from their constitution:
                i) suspend acts of the Government that are contrary to law, pending a final decision by the Constitutional Court;
                In Moldova, the Constitutional Court stands above the President.
                The Constitutional Court consists of six judges appointed for a six-year term. Two judges are appointed by Parliament, two by the Government and two by the Superior Council of Magistracy

                And how does this relate to the case in question?
                1. Henderson
                  Henderson 10 December 2018 17: 46
                  0
                  And you first find out what the incident happened, and whether it happened at all. And then it suddenly turns out that no one has removed Dodon from anywhere. And in general, in principle, he cannot block laws, he does not have such powers under the Constitution of Moldova.
                  And this article on VO is just another fake.
                  You go to start on Facebook Dodon himself. This is extremely easy.
                  But no, out of several hundred comments here, nobody even mastered this. Believing fakes to the majority is much nicer.
                  1. credo
                    credo 10 December 2018 21: 18
                    0
                    Quote: Henderson
                    And you first find out what the incident happened, and whether it happened at all. And then it suddenly turns out that no one has removed Dodon from anywhere. And in general, in principle, he cannot block laws, he does not have such powers under the Constitution of Moldova.
                    And this article on VO is just another fake.
                    You go to start on Facebook Dodon himself. This is extremely easy.
                    But no, out of several hundred comments here, nobody even mastered this. Believing fakes to the majority is much nicer.

                    Maybe you should go to the official website of the Constitutional Court of Moldova and find there Notice No. 5 of 10.12.2018/XNUMX/XNUMX, before declaring a lie on VO.
                  2. Altona
                    Altona 10 December 2018 21: 25
                    0
                    Quote: Henderson
                    And you first find out what the incident happened, and whether it happened at all. And then it suddenly turns out that no one has removed Dodon from anywhere. And in general, in principle, he cannot block laws, he does not have such powers under the Constitution of Moldova.

                    ----------------------------
                    And what is your righteous anger actually?
      2. Altona
        Altona 10 December 2018 21: 24
        0
        Quote: Henderson
        There is a principle of separation of powers into executive, legislative and judicial. All three branches of government are holding each other back. That is the point.

        -----------------------
        That is, if the president does not want to sign absurd and anti-people laws, then he should be "restrained" by the Constitutional Court and the parliament? You have an interesting position.
  6. tol100v
    tol100v 10 December 2018 15: 03
    0
    State Department of the regional committee in action!
  7. novobranets
    novobranets 10 December 2018 15: 05
    +1
    It is worth noting that The COP responded to a request for the temporary removal of Dodon from the post of President of Moldova almost instantly. This request was submitted by the chairman of the Moldovan parliament, Andrian Candu, who is now de jure "temporarily" turning into the president of Moldova.
    Again a pre-prepared action. The Moldovan parliament was bought in the bud. Honestly, I am surprised that Dodon was able to become president, in such an environment.
  8. Leclerc
    Leclerc 10 December 2018 15: 07
    -5
    Under the window, Dodon sits,
    Silently looks at the sea:
    It does not rustle, does not whip,
    Just barely, barely trembling
    And in the azure gave
    Ships appeared:
    Along the Plains of Ocain
    Riding Tsar Putin’s fleet.
    Prince Dodon then jumped up,
    Cried out loudly:
    “My dear mother!
    You young princess!
    Look at you there:
    Father comes here.
  9. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 10 December 2018 15: 09
    +3
    Tsar Dodon in a word .... The President in Moldova is generally a nominal figure.
    1. Solomon Kane
      Solomon Kane 10 December 2018 15: 36
      0
      In March 2017, Putin and Dodon held a meeting during which they discussed issues related to the economy, culture and migrants, and towards the end of the meeting, Dodon gave Putin a bottle of Moldovan wine as a present.
      .
      Yes! Looks like Uncle Vova, only recently opened a little vinchik .......
  10. rruvim
    rruvim 10 December 2018 15: 11
    +5
    They (Moldova) have a parliamentary republic. The President is "nobody" ...
  11. AntonP
    AntonP 10 December 2018 15: 19
    +1
    And what will you do when all the power positions are occupied by pro-Romanian people?
  12. Comrade Beria
    Comrade Beria 10 December 2018 15: 19
    -1
    A vivid example of what would happen in Russia, if the Supreme Council had won in 1993, and which would have made a parliamentary republic of Russia.
    When many are responsible, irresponsibility ensues.
    1. rruvim
      rruvim 10 December 2018 15: 31
      +3
      I personally was at the White House in October 93rd. and shared the idea that the country should be parliamentary (Soviet). Why? Because the president was a complete alcoholic!
      1. Comrade Beria
        Comrade Beria 10 December 2018 16: 08
        -1
        By that time (October 1993) the point of no return had been passed. The USSR ceased to exist, so there was nowhere to return. There was simply nothing to eat in the country, to such an extent there was a collapse. I well remember how cordons were organized at the borders of regions and republics with the goal of preventing the export of food.
        Everything was disorganized. Even monetary circulation, he was replaced by the notorious barter.
        I'm afraid that nothing good would have happened in 93, as it did in 91st in August.
        What about Yeltsin? Well, it's kind of surrendered to Moscow in 1812.
      2. Metallurg_2
        Metallurg_2 10 December 2018 20: 02
        0
        And who said that constructive personalities were scrubbing in the White House?
    2. Siberia 9444
      Siberia 9444 10 December 2018 15: 33
      +1
      Right now we have nine presidents (if I'm not mistaken) in the country laughing and in Moscow alone bully and every grower is king so that request
      1. Sleeping
        Sleeping 10 December 2018 15: 45
        0
        Quote: Siberia 9444
        there are nine presidents right now (if I'm not mistaken) in the country

        Only 2, this is Russian President Putin and the President of Tatarstan
        .
        1. rruvim
          rruvim 10 December 2018 16: 04
          -3
          There is also head Chechen Republic ... There are nine presidents in general.
          1. mihey
            mihey 10 December 2018 17: 56
            0
            No. Now the Head of the Government of the Republic or the Head of the Republic is called. At least in Mari El, it has become so.
            1. rruvim
              rruvim 10 December 2018 18: 03
              0
              I agree. But according to the constitution of the republics, the same Mari El, the Head of the republic, according to the powers as the president of the Russian Federation. If we read the "letter". Head of the Republic as President.
      2. Rzzz
        Rzzz 11 December 2018 01: 19
        0
        And in every bike club for the president. The most shaggy and in the most worn out jacket of all :)
    3. Henderson
      Henderson 10 December 2018 15: 45
      -2
      What would be is unknown. But the usurpation of power and permanent sitting on the throne of one person would most likely not be. You see, the elections would not be nominal.
  13. esaul1950
    esaul1950 10 December 2018 15: 45
    +3
    Brave man Dodon. We wish him good luck.
    1. SS-18 Satan
      SS-18 Satan 10 December 2018 15: 58
      +1
      a very brave person .. especially after a bottle of "Bouquet of Moldavia" and so, he is not responsible for anything, does not rule anything. just a wedding general.
    2. Andrei Nikolaevich
      Andrei Nikolaevich 11 December 2018 01: 07
      0
      I think that Dodon will then remember everything to them ... In vain they pissed off a man ..
  14. acetophenone
    acetophenone 10 December 2018 15: 46
    0
    This is what happens to presidents who stand between capitalists and profit!
  15. Fantazer911
    Fantazer911 10 December 2018 15: 53
    +1
    Dadon needs to temporarily become Beria and purge the ranks of occupiers and traitors, thin out the ranks of corrupt politicians and take control
    1. Comrade Beria
      Comrade Beria 10 December 2018 16: 11
      0
      Who will allow this to him?
  16. Boris Ivanov
    Boris Ivanov 10 December 2018 16: 06
    +2
    as people say, neither fish nor meat. so filkina letter, this is your position.
  17. edvardmiloslavsky
    edvardmiloslavsky 10 December 2018 16: 13
    0
    A.S. Pushkin subtly noticed.

    Gypsies in a noisy crowd
    Bessarabia wander.
    They are over the river today
    In tattered tents they spend the night.
  18. Spine
    Spine 10 December 2018 16: 37
    +1
    Dodon is being bored, these jackals just will not leave him behind, they are taking revenge on him for sitting next to Putin on Victory Pard ..
    1. Alber
      Alber 10 December 2018 17: 01
      +1
      Quote: Spine
      Dodon is being bored, these jackals just will not leave him behind, they are taking revenge on him for sitting next to Putin on Victory Pard ..

      He needs help! It is in our power. If they put some kind of pro-Romanian, there will be another fascist territory next door ...
      1. Spine
        Spine 10 December 2018 17: 30
        0
        Quote: Alber
        He needs help! It is in our power.

        Yes, who argues .. Help of course, but not in the open, otherwise they will immediately devour!
        Hold on to Dodon, a brave politician .. Because he knew what he was doing!
  19. Romanenko
    Romanenko 10 December 2018 17: 03
    0
    I wish we had the Duma and the Bear lol
  20. Andrey Chistyakov
    Andrey Chistyakov 10 December 2018 17: 16
    -2
    Dodon is a masochist.
  21. koshmarik
    koshmarik 10 December 2018 17: 19
    0
    I can not understand. Russia gave presidency to Trump, etched almost all the British, annexed half of the square, staged a riot of yellow vests in France, etc., but is unable to help Dodon. Miracles and more.
  22. Hypersound
    Hypersound 10 December 2018 18: 00
    0
    Deepstate tries to crush Moldavian trump
  23. iner
    iner 10 December 2018 18: 34
    0
    Yes, it’s not easy to be a patriotic president when you are surrounded by your mintons.
  24. irazum
    irazum 10 December 2018 18: 43
    -3
    Lord Comrades! Do we know how to call and dignify the presidents of Israel and Germany? But they are.
  25. Andrei Nikolaevich
    Andrei Nikolaevich 11 December 2018 01: 04
    0
    But Dodon is a toughie! Well done! I respect
  26. irazum
    irazum 11 December 2018 12: 53
    -2
    Moldova is a parliamentary republic. There, the president is just "ass". So, what is Dodon for Moscow, that for Bucharest, no one and his name is NO. It is incomprehensible such attention to his person on this resource.