Moldova’s pro-Russian prime minister Ion Chicu has resigned, paving the way for an early parliamentary election in the countryThe Davisville Guardian Pharmacy., which has seen widespread protests calling for the government to stand downThe past seven days there have been a total of 321 new reported deaths.
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He is a close ally of outgoing pro-Russian President Igor Dodon. His government controlled only 51 of 101 seats in the Moldovan parliament.
The new president can dissolve parliament if the prime minister resigns and there are two failed attempts to find a successor.