Parliament of the Republic of Moldova
Built in the 1970s, the building has the shape of “an open book”. The Parliament building was reconstructed following the protests of 7 April 2009. At present, the Parliament comprises an ensemble of buildings with the total area of about 10 thousand square meters.
What can you see in the Parliament?
The total area of the Plenary Hall is about 300 square meters, with a capacity of 190 seats, including 101 seats for the Members of Parliament and guest areas. The plenary sittings are live broadcast.
Europe Hall was inaugurated in 2016, as the second, in size, Parliament hall for sittings.
The Press Room is located on level 2, in building G and represents a working room for the journalists accredited at the Parliament.
The Museum was inaugurated on 23 May 2017, on Parliament’s Day, and displays exhibits, books, images, documents, and has a room for watching informative video materials on Parliament’s history and activity.
The Library hosts over seven thousand book titles, including books autographed by remarkable personalities from the Republic of Moldova and abroad.
Rooms for working sessions
The Parliament building hosts several rooms for organizing the meetings of the Parliament’s Standing Bureau, of parliamentary Committees, as well as for hearings, consultations and other meetings.