A parliamentary commission was established under resolution No. 11 of 13 February 2020 to enquire into the alienation of trade union properties as part of matters arising from Moldova’s independence in 1993. Curiously, however, this attempt comes over two decades after Moldova’s post-independence constitution guaranteed the private property rights of legal persons in Moldova, including trade unions, without any exception.
At the end of 2021, CNSM submitted a request to the president of the parliament that it be engaged in the matter, as is the right of unions where matters directly affecting them are discussed. However, the latter refused to engage with the union.