Justice
The Russian Laundromat Case Was Sent to the Court

The Russian Laundromat Case Was Sent to the Court

The General Prosecutor’s Office in Moscow has sent to the court a criminal case on the withdrawal from Russia to the Moldovan bank Moldindconbank more than 126 billion rubles. This was reported to journal…
13 April
The Soviet Gatekeeper of Moldova’s Borders

The Soviet Gatekeeper of Moldova’s Borders

On April 3, 2021, a dangerous crime took place in Chișinău’s streets. In the midday, a citizen was kidnaped and taken in an unknown direction. Coincidentally, I was on that street at the time (I was looking for…
12 April
April 7, 2009 – Moldova’s Shame at the European Court for Human Rights

April 7, 2009 – Moldova’s Shame at the European Court for Human Rights

Moldova has so far paid almost 345,000 euros for the inaction of law enforcement bodies following the events of April 7 and 8, 2009, after young people abused and tried in police stations found justice at the E…
12 April
A New Case of Influence-peddling on a Judge Previously Caught Red-handed with Bribery

A New Case of Influence-peddling on a Judge Previously Caught Red-handed with Bribery

Maria Tertea, the judge detained red-handed with bribery a few weeks ago, was accused in another criminal case for influence peddling. Maria Tertea was claiming that she has influence over prosecutors, and alle…
08 April
The Judge Famous for a 150,000 Dollars Bribe Was Kidnaped

The Judge Famous for a 150,000 Dollars Bribe Was Kidnaped

A Ukrainian judge famous for a 150,000 dollars bribe that he hid in a jar in his garden was kidnaped by an armed group. The Socialists accuse the Intelligence and Security Service of involvement. The Ministry o…
05 April
Raider Attacks Resumed

Raider Attacks Resumed

Accusations of raider attacks were resumed in Moldova. On March 26, the businessman Vladimir Russu, who came to public attention after he sold the famous “White House” located in Chișinău to Iurie L…
05 April
A Former Prime Minister’s Company Fined for Cartel Agreement

A Former Prime Minister’s Company Fined for Cartel Agreement

The Competition Council announce that they applied the highest possible fine of 4.5 million euros to four enterprises for cartel agreements. One of the companies belongs to a former Prime Minister. The Competit…
02 April
A Bribe of 20,000 Euros for a Mayor

A Bribe of 20,000 Euros for a Mayor

The anti-corruption prosecutors detained a mayor for demanding a bribe. The official didn’t want to attest the end of works by a private company in the field of water supply until the company would give h…
01 April
A Socialist Deputy Applied for the Judge Position at the Constitutional Court

A Socialist Deputy Applied for the Judge Position at the Constitutional Court

The Socialist deputy Vasile Bolea submitted his candidacy for the position of judge at the Constitutional Court. In recent months, he has filed several complaints with the Constitutional Court, requesting decis…
31 March
Tendering The Anti-COVID Vaccine On Odd Conditions

Tendering The Anti-COVID Vaccine On Odd Conditions

Moldovan authorities initiated the procedure for procuring 400 thousand doses of anti-COVID-19 vaccine. The pay adds up to 3 million euros, meaning citizens would pay eight euros for one dose. On March 18, the…
26 March

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