The Declaration of Independence, which says that Romanian is the official language of Moldova, is constitutional. The Constitutional Court pronounced on the matter following two challenges filed over Article 13 of the Constitution, IPN reports.
The Constitutional Court decided that the text of the Declaration of Independence prevails over the text of the Consultation, said the Court’s president Alexandru Tanase.
MP Ana Gutu, who submitted one of the challenges, said that justice was made to the Romanian language as it was recognized as the official language. “We can now loudly say that the language we speak is Romanian,” she stated.
In the text of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova it is said that the official language is Moldovan.IPN