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Competition Council, Moldova

Consiliul Concurenţei

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[flag of Competition Council] image by Ivan Sache, 26 May 2021

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Central Electoral Commission

The Competition Council (Consiliul Concurenţei) is an autonomous authority, subordinated to the Parliament, which ensures the enforcement and observance of the legislation in the domain of competition, state aid and advertising within its competences. The Competition Council is the successor of the National Agency for Protection of Competition (2007-2012).
The goal of Competition Council is to ensure the observance of competition legislation through actions of preventing anticompetitive practices, removal of competition infringements, promoting and improving the competition culture.
Official website

Ivan Sache, 26 May 2021

Central Electoral Commission flag

The flag and arms of the Competition Council, approved by Decision No. 2 issued by the Council on 21 March 2019, were registered on the Armorial General of the Republic of Moldova by Decision No. 157 issued on 23 May 2019 by the Heraldry National Commission and published on 5 July 2019 in the official gazette, No. 218-222, Article 1,195.

The flag is composed of a rectangular (2:3) cloth, red, charged in the center with a yellow eagle with half-spread wings, holding in the beak a yellow cross, in the right claw five white arrows and in the left claw Mercury's caduceus, on the chest the lesser coat of arms of the Republic of Moldova (horizontally divided red-blue superimposed with an auroch's head surrounded by an eight-pointed star between the horns, by a rose dexter and a contourned crescent sinister, all in yellow).
The flag is a banner of the Council's arms.
Decision No. 157, 23 May 2019

Ivan Sache, 26 May 2021