Trasnistria to join Russia soon
The Government discussed the mechanism of execution of the Order of the President 'On the implementation of the results of national referendum held on September 17, 2006'. During the meeting, chaired by Prime Minister of Transnistria Pavel Prokudin, with the participation of the deputy prime ministers, ministers of regional development, justice and economic development a road map has been created on implementing the Order of the President, according to 112.international.
'In my opinion, we need to compare our legislative framework with the Russian one. We are all optimistic, we have more than once said that our national idea - it is the recognition and entering the Russian Federation. If we say that sooner or later Russia will be our home, then we must live according to the laws of this home.'
According to Justice Minister Olga Zvarych, the Order, issued by the President, is the result of the referendum of 17 September 2006 about the relationship of the Pridnestrovian Moldovan Republic with the Russian Federation and the Republic of Moldova. Then, 97.2% of citizens, participating in the vote, supported the policy of independence of the Transnistria and further free joining Russian Federation.
'In the words of our legislation, the will of the people must be reflected in any regulative act, and it should be a plan of action for the authorities of the republic. This Order of the President has identified priority activities, and we need to define the tools for implementing people's will. Especially that this is symbolic and important on the eve of the 10th anniversary of the referendum,' - said the Minister of Justice.
The document specifies that the basic direction of domestic policy of the Pridnestrovian Moldovan Republic of Transnistria is to bring the legal system into compliance with the federal legislation of the Russian Federation.
Transnistria, officially the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, is a self proclaimed republic on a strip of land between the River Dniester and the eastern Moldovan border with Ukraine recognised only by three non-United Nations (UN) states.