Victor Moșneag
INVESTIGATION: The New Interim Head of the General Police Inspectorate and His Undervalued Luxury House

INVESTIGATION: The New Interim Head of the General Police Inspectorate and His Undervalued Luxury House

Lilian Carabeț, the new interim head of the General Police Inspectorate, lives in a house worth millions, which is located in an elite area of Dumbrava, Chișinău suburb. The Carabeț family bought the real estat…
23 August
INVESTIGATION: Deputies with Criminal Cases in the New Parliament

INVESTIGATION: Deputies with Criminal Cases in the New Parliament

According to the results of the elections held on the 11th of July, 63 of the future Parliament deputies represent the Action and Solidarity Party, 22 are representatives of the Socialist Party, 10 of the Commu…
19 July
INVESTIGATION: The Forest Thefts Part II. The Fight of a Forestry Dynasty with the System and Relations in Justice

INVESTIGATION: The Forest Thefts Part II. The Fight of a Forestry Dynasty with the System and Relations in Justice

Several former and current foresters filed a complaint with the law enforcement agencies, revealing the way in which wood was stolen from the forests located on the territory of Hâncești district. The denunciat…
14 June
INVESTIGATION: The Forest Thefts Part I

INVESTIGATION: The Forest Thefts Part I

Theft of wood from the forests of Moldova, seen from inside the system. Phone calls, (i)legal orders, political requests, and houses worth millions. A forester who was recently fired for having allowed illegal…
07 June
What Do Prosecutors Want  to Know from Journalists

What Do Prosecutors Want to Know from Journalists

At the end of May, ZdG published an article about a case involving two prosecutors and three policemen, detained for a bribe of about 70,000 euros. The article displayed new disclosures, blackmail accusations,…
11 December 2020
The Poorest State In Europe Lost Millions By an ECtHR Decision

The Poorest State In Europe Lost Millions By an ECtHR Decision

In February 2020, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled in the Gemini shopping center case, obliging the Moldovan State to pay a 1,5 million euros compensation for material damage. The Moldovan author…
26 November 2020
A Lesson From Igor Dodon: Frauding Elections And Losing the Presidential Race

A Lesson From Igor Dodon: Frauding Elections And Losing the Presidential Race

Several voters from the breakaway Transnistria region admit that they received 200 Transnistrian rubles, the equivalent of about eight euros, to vote for Igor Dodon as president.  “We were the first at the po…
20 November 2020
A President’s Profile: Who Is Maia Sandu, First Woman Voted For President of Moldova

A President’s Profile: Who Is Maia Sandu, First Woman Voted For President of Moldova

Maia Sandu, the candidate of the Action and Solidarity Party for the position of president, gained 58% of the votes in the current election, being the first woman president in the history of Moldova. Maia Sandu…
19 November 2020
The Moldovan Authorities Announce the Former Leader of the Democrat Party Vladimir Plahotniuc Left Turkey’s Territory

The Moldovan Authorities Announce the Former Leader of the Democrat Party Vladimir Plahotniuc Left Turkey’s Territory

The former Democrat Party’s leader is no longer in Turkey. The Prosecutor General’s Office announced about receiving an official response from the Ankara authorities. Vladimir Plahotniuc was in Turk…
16 November 2020
How the Socialist Deputy Corneliu Furculiță and Minister Pavel Voicu Covered Up a Criminal Case

How the Socialist Deputy Corneliu Furculiță and Minister Pavel Voicu Covered Up a Criminal Case

The socialist deputy Corneliu Furculiță and current Minister of the Interior Pavel Voicu are targets in the interceptions actions in a criminal case opened in December 2017. The chairman of the parliamentary fa…
10 November 2020

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