Alina Radu
EDITORIAL: European Prosecutor for 100 Days

EDITORIAL: European Prosecutor for 100 Days

This week marks the 100 days of activity of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office. During the 100 days and nights, Laura Codruța Kövesi’s office registered 1700 reported crimes and opened 300 inve…
19 September
EDITORIAL: The Russian Army, the Sweet Beast, and the Vulnerable People

EDITORIAL: The Russian Army, the Sweet Beast, and the Vulnerable People

In recent days, the Russian Federation has conducted several military exercises, wanting to show off its army strength and armament power. Strangely, in these efforts, they repeatedly used the image of the weak…
06 September
EDITORIAL: The Moldovan Afghanistan

EDITORIAL: The Moldovan Afghanistan

I first heard about zinc coffins in my village in the 1980s. I was a child then and all coffins were terrible to me because that’s what they are meant for, to carry the dead; but there came even more hate…
23 August
EDITORIAL: Prosecutors and the Anti-Corruption Booth

EDITORIAL: Prosecutors and the Anti-Corruption Booth

Last week, a man, wanting to install a booth with agricultural products in a market in Chișinău, went to Buiucani Praetor’s Office to get support in solving the problem. It is a beautiful and necessary ev…
16 August
EDITORIAL: What Does The Diaspora Want?

EDITORIAL: What Does The Diaspora Want?

One week is left before the early parliamentary elections, and the issues related to the elections have not been fully settled yet. There is no doubt that in this election campaign, Moldova faced two big proble…
05 July
EDITORIAL: The EU Sanctions Lukashenko, the Moldovans Finance Him

EDITORIAL: The EU Sanctions Lukashenko, the Moldovans Finance Him

In recent days, European authorities have decided on new sanctions against Belarusian leaders over abuses by the Lukashenko regime against its citizens: journalists, activists, opposition politicians arrested a…
30 June
EDITORIAL: Will the European Prosecutor’s Office take Care of the Moldovan Corrupt Officials?

EDITORIAL: Will the European Prosecutor’s Office take Care of the Moldovan Corrupt Officials?

People keep complaining to ZdG on a daily basis. A school bus donated by Romania disappeared and the children were left without transport, one of them was injured on the way; the wood donated by the Dutch to th…
14 June
EDITORIAL: The Moldovan Stem and the European Roots

EDITORIAL: The Moldovan Stem and the European Roots

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Georgia, at the invitation to a professional meeting. It was my first trip after more than a year of pandemics. The fact that I come from Moldova, however, made travelin…
30 May
INTERVIEW: The captured state and the failed judiciary go hand in hand. Corruption will not stop until someone stops it.

INTERVIEW: The captured state and the failed judiciary go hand in hand. Corruption will not stop until someone stops it.

Interview with Victor Munteanu, director of the Department of Justice and Human Rights, Soros Foundation Moldova – Moldova is now in a deep political crisis, in a pandemic crisis as well as in an election…
23 May
The President of the Moldova’s Parliament’s Appeal to Strasbourg is a Disgrace

The President of the Moldova’s Parliament’s Appeal to Strasbourg is a Disgrace

On April 1, 2021, Zinaida Greceanîi, the President of Moldova’s Parliament appealed to the Council of Europe. The Head of the Parliament complained that the Presidency would not consider the preference of the c…
19 April

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