Status: 11.07.2021 10:45 p.m.
The parliamentary election in Moldova marks a clear victory for the pro-European PAS party led by President Sandu. Your enemy Dodan had prevented the formation of a government several months ago.
The citizens of the former Soviet republic of Moldova (Moldova) elected a new parliament by a landslide – and put their trust in the current president, Mia Sandu. Your pro-European center-right party, the PAS, is coming in with more than 44 percent of the vote, according to partial results. Support for the Kremlin The Coalition of Socialists and Communists, led by former President Igor Dodan, received nearly 33 percent of the vote.
The question is whether the distribution of 101 seats will be a move by Moldova towards the EU, which is mostly trying to sand. The EU government has torn the crisis-ridden country on the border with Romania between Russia and Europe since declaring independence 30 years ago.
Igor Dodan, Mia Sandu’s predecessor, warns against deporting the country from Russia. It is especially popular among rural people.
Russia continues to have great influence
Sandu called for an early referendum after pro-Russian forces around Tottenham blocked him from forming a new government for months. So far, Doddin’s supporters have a majority in parliament in Chisinau.
Russia continues to have great influence over the small country bordering Ukraine – especially in the region of Transnistria, which has seceded from Moldova and stationed Russian troops since the early 1990s. Nearly 260,000 people from separatist areas were eligible to vote in Sunday’s election. Most recently, Moscow lamented the unprecedented intervention of the United States and the European Union in the internal affairs of Moldova.