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Earlier, the Moldovan government approved the document signed by Prime Minister Iurie Leanca in Brussels on June 27. Under Moldova’s current laws, the majority of votes (51 out of 101) are needed for the parliament to ratify the agreement.
Lawmakers with the ruling Coalition of pro-European Government, who have the majority of seats in the parliament, said they would support the agreement. The opposition, which includes Moldova’s biggest Party of Communists, the Socialist Party and the party Vozrozhdenie (Revival) and controls 40% of seats in the parliament, said they were against the association agreement.