The Constitutional Court of Moldova has temporarily suspended President Igor Dodon, reports.

The court reportedly relieved Igor Dodon of his duties because he failed to approve any candidate put forward by the prime minister to appoint two subordinate ministers.

Dodon said that Silvia Radu, proposed for the position of Minister of Health, would not be a specialist in the given field, and Nicolae Ciubuc, who was promoted to the Minister of Agriculture, would have problems of integrity.

On January 5 Igor Dodon was removed from his post. It was pointed out that Dodon several times refused to sign a document he calls anti-Russian and the one that is directed against freedom of speech.

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