Republic of Moldova, the first day of the new Parliament. Members of the four parliamentary parties elected chairman of Parliament, ignoring the fact that the first meeting of the legislature was suspended at the suggestion of one of the political parties that are included in the new parliament. 53 deputies of the liberal coalition was elected Liberal Party leader Mihai Ghimpu for the post of Speaker. His candidacy, in the absence of Deputies - the Communists, proposed by the representatives of parliamentary factions PLDM, LP, AMS and PDM. Mihai Ghimpu as its formation, is known for his radical ultranatsionalnymi unionistskimi statements. The new chairman of the parliament said earlier that he would not enter into discussions with the Party of Communists of Moldova, members of which constitute a majority faction in the current legislature. Disagreement with these declarations expressed, particularly management PLDM indicating that debate with the PCRM, in any case, as well as a full withdrawal from the negotiations with the PCRM would create a situation similar to that which prevailed in the Chisinau Municipal Council, in which the most acute problems problem can not be solved because of factional disputes. Before becoming a member of parliament Mihai Ghimpu served as Chairman and member of the Chisinau Municipal Council.