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    US State Department Puts Sanctions on the Bulgarian Oligarch Bojkov, Former Beneficiary of the Moldovan National Lottery Company

    US State Department Puts Sanctions on the Bulgarian Oligarch Bojkov, Former Beneficiary of the Moldovan National Lottery Company

    Oligarch Vassil Kroumov Bojkov, one of the richest citizens of Bulgaria, who has businesses in Moldova and is a former beneficiary of the Moldovan National Lottery, is on the new list of sanctions imposed by th…
    04 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
    “Nobody wants to get back there.” Jobs that keep former detainees away from recidivism

    “Nobody wants to get back there.” Jobs that keep former detainees away from recidivism

    After being released from prison, many former detainees have no place to return to or a family that will accept them, and they can hardly find a job.  In consequence, according to psychologist Ina Vutcario…
    23 May
    The Future Parliament Through The Eyes Of Politicians, Experts, Voters, And Members Of The Diaspora

    The Future Parliament Through The Eyes Of Politicians, Experts, Voters, And Members Of The Diaspora

    On April 15, the Constitutional Court examined the appeal of President Maia Sandu to clarify the circumstances that allow the dissolution of Parliament. The Constitutional Court ruled that the Parliament must b…
    24 April
    OPINION POLL: State of Emergency: an anti-Covid-19 or anti-early Elections Decision?

    OPINION POLL: State of Emergency: an anti-Covid-19 or anti-early Elections Decision?

    The state of emergency, from April 1 to May 30, has been established in Moldova. It happened after Parliament failed in its second attempt to elect a new Government and left the doors open to early elections. O…
    15 April
    Bureaucracy Challenges for the Moldovan ECO Products on the EU Market

    Bureaucracy Challenges for the Moldovan ECO Products on the EU Market

    Walnuts, plums, sea buckthorn, or cereals are just some of the organic products grown in Moldova that reach the shelves of stores in the European Union. Competition, the reduction in the profitability of tradit…
    01 April
    The Right To A Three-hour Break For Where Work Never Ends

    The Right To A Three-hour Break For Where Work Never Ends

    This year, on the Day of Rare Diseases, all the mothers of children suffering from such diseases want to have a break. Thus, the Public Association Children of the Rain, which includes more than 50 parents whos…
    30 March
    The Costs for Political Vaccination

    The Costs for Political Vaccination

    The Moldovan authorities have announced a tender to purchase COVID-19 vaccines. Pretty late, but better than none. Almost 4 million dollars are intended for this purchase. This is a big sum of money that belong…
    26 March
    Platon’s Sister Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison in the Laundromat Case

    Platon’s Sister Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison in the Laundromat Case

    Elena Platon, the sister of the controversial businessman Veaceslav Platon, investigated in the Laundromat case, was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in prison in Russia for involvement in laundering more than…
    12 March

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