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At the end of December 2020, the EU offered Moldova a batch of equipment to combat the COVID-19 pandemic as part of its “Solidarity for Health” Initiative in the Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries.
26 January
Isn’t Fighting in the Streets Democratic?

Isn’t Fighting in the Streets Democratic?

The presidential elections remained behind and the inaugural event’s emotions were consumed. The Socialist Party and their leader Dodon no longer control the presidency. So what’s next? After the first st…
22 January
EU Confirms: Successful Business Changes Towns, Creates Workplaces, and Attracts Tourists

EU Confirms: Successful Business Changes Towns, Creates Workplaces, and Attracts Tourists

A country house, a modernly equipped dental imaging office, or a venue for events – are just some of the businesses supported by the Local Action Group (LAG) “33 de Vaduri” with the support of…
23 December 2020
The Zero Sector in the Parliament of Moldova

The Zero Sector in the Parliament of Moldova

Last week, Brussels adopted a new Transparency Register. In contrast, the parliamentary majority in Chișinău dismantled the few transparent laws that were left in this compromised legislature, discarding laws t…
18 December 2020
The Bohemian Presidency: How the Presidential Administration Spent over €3 Million in the Last Two Years

The Bohemian Presidency: How the Presidential Administration Spent over €3 Million in the Last Two Years

The maintenance expenses of the Moldovan presidency administration have increased more than twice in the last four years. When Igor Dodon was elected head of state in 2016, the maintenance of the building plus…
18 December 2020
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
Igor Dodon Lost In Court, but It’s Not Enough

Igor Dodon Lost In Court, but It’s Not Enough

On November 30, the Chișinău Court of Appeal ruled that Igor Dodon had issued false and defamatory statements from widespread leaflets and video spots broadcast on several TV stations. A few days later, the Sup…
10 December 2020
Interview with Daniel Ioniță, Romanian Ambassador to Moldova

Interview with Daniel Ioniță, Romanian Ambassador to Moldova

Don’t blame the West for the fact that the Republic of Moldova is no longer seen as a success story Interview with the Ambassador of Romania to Moldova, Daniel Ioniță – Romanians everywhere celebrate, on…
08 December 2020
Human trafficking in Moldova, Council of Europe’s report

Human trafficking in Moldova, Council of Europe’s report

The Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) has urged Moldova to guarantee access to justice for victims of trafficking in human beings by ensuring that they r…
04 December 2020
If not for Dodon, Russia Might Have Been Different

If not for Dodon, Russia Might Have Been Different

Last Tuesday, three weeks before the end of his term, Igor Dodon gathered his belongings and left the presidential residence in Condrița, found in a suburb of Chisinau. He did it quietly, without his arrogance,…
03 December 2020

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