Letters From Our Readers

Letters From Our Readers
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15 January 2021 | 12:15

Dumitru Cernea is 86 years old. He dedicated 57 years of his life to the work of an engineer. He is now retired and currently lives in Chișinău. He is one of the 10,000 subscribers of Ziarul de Gardă. One day, Dumitru Cernea completed a survey published by ZdG. When asked why he would recommend ZdG to other readers, Dumitru Cernea stressed that they would be more well-informed and less confused. Also, they would be motivated to become involved in making decisions of public interest. The reader emphasizes that the most important issues in society are those related to pro-Russian propaganda and the lack of will and courage of some intellectuals, to tell the truth. At the same time, Mr. Cernea would like ZdG to make more reports about the life of the villages in Moldova, about the problems of the schools, and about the shortages the pedagogues from the rural areas support.

Ana Ion is 68 years old. She is retired and lives in Călărași. She considers that a newspaper more important than Ziarul de Gardă does not exist. According to the reader, the most read articles are editorials. She would like the newspaper to include sections such as congratulations from brothers, sisters, and also Sudoku. She recommends ZdG on every occasion. “We choose this newspaper because it is the best”, writes Ana Ion.

Valerian Mâțu, from Podgoreni village, Orhei district, is retired. He has higher education and reads all the ZdG pages. He likes the information published in the newspaper and he greatly appreciates Petru Grozavu’s editorials, chronicles, and current events. He likes all the sections, but he would also like us to have sections dedicated to tips for farmers and possibly Sudoku. He would like to read more about the situation in the economy. Whenever possible, he recommends the newspaper to a neighbor or acquaintance, because „in the newspaper, we can find the truth.”

A reader from Prepelița village, Sângerei district particularly appreciates interviews and investigations. He reads ZdG because there are topics “that I can’t find anywhere else.” He would like us to continue the column Legal consultation, to which ZdG answers the reader’s questions about justice. He would like to read articles about living conditions in Moldova, services, taxes, and about the elderly persons that „survive with an inhuman pension.” He would also be interested in topics such as lack of communication during the pandemic. He always recommends the newspaper. 

Ana Jardan, 68 years old, from Rădeni village, Călărași subscribes to ZdG for 15 years. She appreciates all the articles, especially those signed by Alina Radu and Petru Grozavu. She continues to read the newspaper, because ZdG does not lie, and helps readers in all matters. She appreciates the contests for the postmen, and she personally participates in them. As for the new sections, she would like Sudoku and fewer court summonses. She wants the most important issues in society to be reflected in the newspaper: those related to education and the situation of young families. She always recommends the newspaper to neighbors and friends, because ZdG reveals all the irregularities in society and it is the most widespread newspaper from which useful information from abroad could be found. Ana Jardan also asks us to write about water ecology.

“Our dear journalists, fight and write for the truth! We are the Bradu family, two pensioners from Ustia village, Dubăsari district. Thank you that you expose the government thieves and bandits. We thank the honest team and its management. The most important problems in society are poverty and the government thieves, who have brought our people into poverty. We recommend this newspaper to everyone and we gladly subscribe to it.”

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