The Central Election Commission received applications for resignation of councilors Rahman Idris and Gheorghe Chirila, elected on the list of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova in the communal Council of Lăpușna, Raion Hîncești, as well as the documents necessary for the award of mandates of Councillor the following alternate candidates.
On the basis of electoral documents held by the Central Electoral Commission, the terms of the communal Council Also incumbent candidates and alternates Majid Sultan Lage party Tudor of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova, confirmed by the decision of the Court of 22 June 2015 Hîncești. The award of mandates have been taken into account the alternate candidate Gheorghe Cojocaru Declaration in the list of the same party, whereby it refuses the award of an adviser's mandate pursuant to art. 18 paragraph 1. (2), art. 22 paragraph 1. (1) (a). u), art. 133 paragraph 2. (12) of the electoral code no. 1381-XIII of November 21, 1997, art. 5 para. (2) (a). f) and paragraph 3. (3) of law No. 768-XIV of 2 February 2000 on the status of local elected officers, and in accordance with section 23, 25 and 29 of the Regulation in respect of the seizure and the validation of mandates of Councillor, approved by the decision of the Central Election Commission no. 1931 of 23 April 2013, the Central Electoral Commission decides: 1. Amounts in connection with the resignation of councilors, Rahimpour mandates and Gheorghe Ion Chirilă elected on the list of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova in the communal Council Also.
2. assign mandates to the Parish Council Also, Hîncești, Lage and alternate candidates Majid Sultan Tudor on the list of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova.
3. the preavizează advisors Lagacé and Sultan Majid Tudor on the obligation to comply with the time limit of 30 days to remove the incompatibility condition in the event of its occurrence.
4. this decision shall enter into force on the date of its adoption, shall be published on the official website of the Central Election Commission and the Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova.
The PRESIDENT of the CENTRAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION Alina RUSSU