Elections in Moldova

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Moldova elects a legislature at national level. The Parliament (Parlamentul) has 101 members, elected for a four-year term by proportional representation with a 6% electoral threshold.[1] The President used to be elected for a four-year term by a constitutional majority of 60% members of the Parliament, but a Constitutional Court's ruling on March 4, 2016, reverted the election method of the President to a two-round system direct election.[2]

Parliamentary elections[edit]

Local elections[edit]

Presidential elections[edit]


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  1. ^ "Moldova Rejects EU Proposal To Change Election Law". Radio Free Europe. December 3, 2008.
  2. ^ "DECIS: Şeful statului va fi ales de popor; Modificarea din 2000 a Constituţiei privind alegerea preşedintelui de Parlament, NECONSTITUŢIONALĂ". Jurnal.md (in Romanian). 4 March 2016.

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