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The Strongest Statement Marking 100 Days in the Presidential Office

On November 15, 2020, Maia Sandu won the presidential race against Igor Dodon (57.75% to 42.25%) and became Head of State. She has been holding to the key desideratum she had in the election campaign: a differe…
12 April
We Haven’t Obtained Our Right to Reunite with Romania

We Haven’t Obtained Our Right to Reunite with Romania

On March 27, the 103rd anniversary of the Union of Basarabia with Romania was observed in a solemn meeting in the Europe Hall of the Parliament. The event was organized at the initiative of the deputy Octavian…
05 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
In Search of a Clean Parliament

In Search of a Clean Parliament

For 30 years we have been fighting corruption, lies, theft, state banditry, and smuggling. However, we haven’t moved far because robbers, smugglers, and bandits bought their deputy mandates and are in parliamen…
25 March
Prosecutors’ Attempt to Fight Corruption in Parliament

Prosecutors’ Attempt to Fight Corruption in Parliament

The case of the five magistrates, investigated for corruption and acquitted after almost three years of investigations and court hearings, is a stark example of how law enforcement bodies ‘fight’ corruption in…
24 March
Behind the Scenes of Japanese Agricultural Investments: Emails, Interests, and Affiliated Companies

Behind the Scenes of Japanese Agricultural Investments: Emails, Interests, and Affiliated Companies

ZdG analyzed a series of official emails between the former Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture and the former Ambassador of Moldova to Japan. The correspondence reveals interests of more than half a milli…
08 March
Prospects for the Moldovan Parliament in a Political Crisis

Prospects for the Moldovan Parliament in a Political Crisis

The Moldovan political deadlock continues and the chances of identifying a solution to avoid early elections are getting slimmer. Each parliamentary faction has deputies who believe it is still possible to appo…
08 March
View from Space on the Air We Breathe in Moldova

View from Space on the Air We Breathe in Moldova

UNDP partners with the European Space Agency to complement the existing air monitoring data. What do you know about the air you breathe? Is the air in your city/region more polluted than the accepted standards…
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