Moldova's ConCourt says Russian occupation of Transnistria is unconstitutional

4 May 2017
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Photo credit: Flickr
On 2 May 2017, the Constitutional Court of Moldova issued a judgment in case regarding the interpretation of an article of the country’s constitution on the permanent neutrality. The Court declared that while the presence of Russian troops in Transnistria is unconstitutional and violates the law, the country's neutrality does not rule out its participation in collective security systems, peacekeeping and humanitarian operations. This judgment was criticized by Moldova's president, Igor Dodon, who stated that it “leaves room for various interpretations and political speculation.”
Read the full article here: Euromaidan Press


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