Moldovan Constitution celebrates 18th birthday
The Republic of Moldova celebrates 18 years since the Constitution was adopted. On July 29, 1994 appeared the first Supreme Law of the newly established state in 1991 after Moldova gained its independence from the Soviet Union.
Moldovan President Nicolae Timofti addressed a message today saying that the Constitution is “the fruit of liberty aspirations of our peoples.”
“The Constitution mirrors the interests of the society, of all citizens. The authorities have the duty to strengthen our constitutional regime and to make them more efficient,” Nicolae Timofti said.
Article 1 from Constitution says: “Republic of Moldova is a sovereign and independent state, uniform and indivisible.”
The Constitution has nice chapters stating the rights, freedoms and responsibilities of the people, as well as the functionality of the state institutions.