Four right-liberal party changed the law on the procedure for electing the President, in fact the law on election of the President of the Republic of Moldova. The parliamentary majority has done so despite the launch of the procedure itself. As stated by the authors of the bill, the changes are aimed at "eliminating the contradictions and shortcomings in the procedure for electing the head of state. One of the main points of the new law is the opportunity to participate in elections even a single candidate. The position of the parliamentary majority was not supported by the opposition Party of the Communists. As stated by the PCRM deputy Vadim Mishin, adopted on Thursday a law will be challenged in the Constitutional Court, since there is a "direct violation of the Constitution." The adopted law also provides for the delay in the date of the dissolution of parliament, as a result of non-election of the president. Earlier, the parliamentary coalition has refused to recognize the running process of presidential elections, despite the fact that the election date was set for October 23.