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​PRESIDENT DODON SAYS HE WILL BE WORKING FOR CONSOLIDATION OF MOLDOVA’S STATEHOOD AND IDENTITY

​PRESIDENT DODON SAYS HE WILL BE WORKING FOR CONSOLIDATION OF MOLDOVA’S STATEHOOD AND IDENTITY
24 march, 2017

Moldovan President Igor Dodon has reaffirmed his resolution to consistently struggle for consolidation of the Moldovan statehood and Moldovan identity.

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​MOLDOVAN SOCIETY REMAINS ON POLITICAL BARRICADES AFTER PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION – OPINION POLL

​MOLDOVAN SOCIETY REMAINS ON POLITICAL BARRICADES AFTER PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION – OPINION POLL
24 march, 2017

The society is still on political barricades after presidential elections, said Director of the Public Opinion Fund (FOM) Andrei Luchian, who presented the results of an opinion poll, conducted at the order of Timpul newspaper.

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PRO-EUROPEAN MAJORITY DECIDES NOT TO SEND MOLDOVAN PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION TO SAINT PETERSBURG…

PRO-EUROPEAN MAJORITY DECIDES NOT TO SEND MOLDOVAN PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION TO SAINT PETERSBURG…
23 march, 2017

Delegation from Moldova will not take part in the session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Commonwealth of Independent States to be held in Saint Petersburg (Russia) next week, Parliament Chairman Andrian Candu stated to the press on Thursday, following the today’s working meeting of the Parliament Permanent Bureau.

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…BUT SOCIALISTS DECIDE THE OTHER WAY ROUND

…BUT SOCIALISTS DECIDE THE OTHER WAY ROUND
23 march, 2017

Deputies from the Party of Socialists (PSRM) shall attend the next week’s Saint Petersburg Session of the CIS Parliamentary Assembly, the PSRM Chairperson and head of the parliamentary Socialist faction Zinaida Grechanaya stated to the press on Thursday.

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PREMIER FILIP SAYS THAT PRESIDENT’S POSITION CANNOT INFLUENCE MOLDOVA-ROMANIA RELATIONS

PREMIER FILIP SAYS THAT PRESIDENT’S POSITION CANNOT INFLUENCE MOLDOVA-ROMANIA RELATIONS
23 march, 2017

Prime Minister Pavel Filip maintains that the position of President Igor Dodon cannot influence the development of relations between Moldova and Romania. He said this At the joint press conference with the Romanian Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu in the Piatra-Neamt city (Romani), where joint meeting of the two countries took place.

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PRESIDENT DODON TO ADDRESS FOR CITIZENS’ SUPPORT OF HIS INITIATIVES

PRESIDENT DODON TO ADDRESS FOR CITIZENS’ SUPPORT OF HIS INITIATIVES
23 march, 2017

Moldovan President Igor Dodon stated he would address to the people of Moldova with a request to back his initiatives, he wrote on his Facebook page today, reviewing the results of his first 3 months at the presidential post.

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FSES GATHERS TEACHERS TO PROTEST AGAIN

FSES GATHERS TEACHERS TO PROTEST AGAIN
23 march, 2017

The Trade Union Federation of Education and Science (FSES) is organizing new protest actions in front of the Parliament and the Government on March 23-24, said Federation Deputy Chairman Ion Bulat, though the next round of negotiations with the Government is planned for March 24.

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​MOLDOVAN AND UKRAINIAN MPs TO DISCUSS BILATERAL RELATIONS

​MOLDOVAN AND UKRAINIAN MPs TO DISCUSS BILATERAL RELATIONS
22 march, 2017

The parliamentary delegation of Moldova, headed by Chairwoman of the parliamentary Standing Committee for Foreign Policy and European Integration Valentina Buliga, is making a two-day visit to Kiev.

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​MOLDOVAN-UKRAINIAN TRADE REACHED US$785.2 MILLION IN 2016 – AMBASSADOR IVAN GNATISHIN

​MOLDOVAN-UKRAINIAN TRADE REACHED US$785.2 MILLION IN 2016 – AMBASSADOR IVAN GNATISHIN
22 march, 2017

The trade turnover between Moldova and Ukraine grew 23% in 2016 against 2015 rate and reached US$785.2 million.

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CONSTITUTIONAL COURT CONFIRMS MANDATE OF NEW LDPM PARLIAMENTARIAN

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT CONFIRMS MANDATE OF NEW LDPM PARLIAMENTARIAN
21 march, 2017

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova has today approved the mandate of Liberal Democratic MP Alexandru Barbarosie, who stated he would become a LDPM faction member and will take the place of Deputy Chiril Lucinschi, who resigned from the Parliament last month, left the Liberal Democratic Party and quitted politics.

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​PRESIDENT DODON REGARDS DEMOCRATS’ DE-IMMUNIZATION IDEA AS INSTRUMENT OF BLACKMAIL

​PRESIDENT DODON REGARDS DEMOCRATS’ DE-IMMUNIZATION IDEA AS INSTRUMENT OF BLACKMAIL
21 march, 2017

Moldovan President Igor Dodon regards the Democratic Party’s legislative initiative to abolish the parliamentary immunity as such as an instrument of political blackmail and pressing on lawmakers.

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​MOLDOVAN PARLIAMENT SPEAKER BELIEVES THAT CRITICISM OF ONE-MANDATE ELECTORAL SYSTEM HAS BEEN BECAUSE IT IS DP’S INITIATIVE

​MOLDOVAN PARLIAMENT SPEAKER BELIEVES THAT CRITICISM OF ONE-MANDATE ELECTORAL SYSTEM HAS BEEN BECAUSE IT IS DP’S INITIATIVE
21 march, 2017

Chisinau, March 20, 2017 (Infotag). Opposition parties are refusing to participate in discussions on changing the current electoral system in Moldova only because the bill was proposed by the Democratic Party, maintains Andrian Candu, a DP Deputy Chairman.

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​POLITICIANS AND EXPERTS ARE SKEPTICAL ABOUT RIGHTFULNESS OF IURIE BOLBOCEANU’S DETENTION

​POLITICIANS AND EXPERTS ARE SKEPTICAL ABOUT RIGHTFULNESS OF IURIE BOLBOCEANU’S DETENTION
21 march, 2017

Moldovan politicians and experts have perceived with skepticism the news about the detention of former DP parliamentarian Iurie Bolboceanu on charges of espionage and high treason.

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​AGRICULTURE MINISTER, DETAINED ON SUSPICION OF CORRUPTION, HAS BEEN DISMISSED FROM HIS POST

​AGRICULTURE MINISTER, DETAINED ON SUSPICION OF CORRUPTION, HAS BEEN DISMISSED FROM HIS POST
20 march, 2017

Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry Eduard Grama, detained on accusation of corruption, was dismissed from function. A corresponding decree was signed by President Igor Dodon on Monday morning.

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​OUR PARTY STANDS FOR EARLY ELECTION AND AGAINST ONE-MANDATE SYSTEM

​OUR PARTY STANDS FOR EARLY ELECTION AND AGAINST ONE-MANDATE SYSTEM
20 march, 2017

The opposition Partidul Nostru [Our Party] stands for holding an snap parliamentary election and against the introduction of one-mandate or a mixed electoral system in Moldova. Such are the main results of the organization’s 5th extraordinary congress, which was held in Chisinau on March 18 and was attended by nearly 500 delegates from all over the republic.

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​MOLDOVAN EX-MP IURIE BOLBOCEANU ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF ESPIONAGE, HIGH TREASON

​MOLDOVAN EX-MP IURIE BOLBOCEANU ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF ESPIONAGE, HIGH TREASON
20 march, 2017

Former Moldovan MP Iurie Bolboceanu has been arrested on charges of espionage and high treason. Sources in the Prosecutor-General's Office have told Infotag that Bolboceanu was arrested last Friday evening, after law enforcers had searched his home.

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​MCP STANDS AGAINST ELECTORAL SYSTEM CHANGING

​MCP STANDS AGAINST ELECTORAL SYSTEM CHANGING
20 march, 2017

The Moldovan Communist Party does not support the Democratic Party's idea to change the electoral system in the republic, reads the MCP Statement which the Party Chairman Vladimir Voronin read out at a press briefing in the Parliament Building on Friday.

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​OP INDIGNANT AT DETENTION OF BASARABEASCA MAYOR

​OP INDIGNANT AT DETENTION OF BASARABEASCA MAYOR
17 march, 2017

Basarabeasca Town Mayor Valentin Cimpoies, elected to this post on the ticket of the Partidul Nostru [Our Party], was detained by the police on Friday in his work office on the eyes of many employees and visitors of the Town Primaria [local executive authority].

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​BILL ON CHANGING ELECTORAL SYSTEM IN MOLDOVA SENT TO VENICE COMMISSION

​BILL ON CHANGING ELECTORAL SYSTEM IN MOLDOVA SENT TO VENICE COMMISSION
17 march, 2017

The much-disputed bill on Moldova’s shifting to a new electoral system based on one-mandate constituencies has been sent to the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe for an expert examination, Parliament Chairman Andrian Candu announced, speaking over the Moldova-1 public television on Thursday evening.

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PRESIDENT DODON OPTIMISTIC ABOUT TIES WITH RUSSIAN REGIONS

PRESIDENT DODON OPTIMISTIC ABOUT TIES WITH RUSSIAN REGIONS
16 march, 2017

Moldovan President Igor Dodon is convinced that Moldova’s ties with regions of the Russian Federation will be further developing and strengthening. Dodon wrote this on his Facebook page on Thursday, following his meeting with a delegation from the southern Russian oblast [region] of Astrakhan led by Oblast Government Chairman Konstantin Markelov.

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