#Corruption
The First Judge Sentenced to Prison for Illicit Enrichment

The First Judge Sentenced to Prison for Illicit Enrichment

Oleg Melniciuc is the first judge to reach the dock for illicit enrichment. He was sentenced, by the first instance, to seven years in prison with execution in a closed penitentiary. In a comment to Ziarul de G…
06 September
INVESTIGATION: Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates at the Price of “two green banknotes”

INVESTIGATION: Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates at the Price of “two green banknotes”

Vaccination against COVID-19 has become indispensable in the time of pandemics. Although immunization is not mandatory, the coronavirus vaccination certificate grants its holders the opportunity to access the E…
06 September
The General Prosecutor’s Office Proposes to the Government, the Parliament, and the Presidency a Complex Internal Audit in All Public Institutions to Identify Corruption Schemes

The General Prosecutor’s Office Proposes to the Government, the Parliament, and the Presidency a Complex Internal Audit in All Public Institutions to Identify Corruption Schemes

The General Prosecutor’s Office proposes to the Government, the Parliament, and the Presidency a complex internal audit in all public institutions in order to confirm or deny the existence of corruption s…
02 September
Supreme Court of Justice Rejects Judge Nicolai Ceauș’s Request for Political Asylum. The Ukrainian Judge Is Famous for the Bribe of 150,000 Dollars that He Would have Hidden in Jars Buried in His Garden

Supreme Court of Justice Rejects Judge Nicolai Ceauș’s Request for Political Asylum. The Ukrainian Judge Is Famous for the Bribe of 150,000 Dollars that He Would have Hidden in Jars Buried in His Garden

The magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice rejected the appeal filed by Nicolai Ceauș, the Ukrainian judge famous for the bribe of 150,000 dollars that he allegedly hid in jars and buried in the garden, to…
30 August
EDITORIAL: The Moldovan Afghanistan

EDITORIAL: The Moldovan Afghanistan

I first heard about zinc coffins in my village in the 1980s. I was a child then and all coffins were terrible to me because that’s what they are meant for, to carry the dead; but there came even more hate…
23 August
EDITORIAL: The Fight Is Just Beginning

EDITORIAL: The Fight Is Just Beginning

It has finally happened. The times of change, of which there was so much talk, have arrived. Some may celebrate it, others may feel angry or disappointed, but the move has started. The change, for which Maia Sa…
16 August
STUDY: The Courts have Applied Minimum Sanctions on Persons Convicted for Corruption

STUDY: The Courts have Applied Minimum Sanctions on Persons Convicted for Corruption

The courts have applied minimum sanctions in cases of persons convicted of acts of corruption, and this refers to both fines and sentences of deprivation of liberty or deprivation of the right to hold certain p…
09 August
The Integrity Authority Accuses a Judge of  Illicit Enrichment after a ZdG Investigation

The Integrity Authority Accuses a Judge of Illicit Enrichment after a ZdG Investigation

The National Integrity Authority found a substantial difference of over 60,000 euros between the property and income of judge Tatiana Avasiloaie, a magistrate at the Chișinău Court that owns a penthouse in the…
26 July
EDITORIAL: The Rich Flee the Country!

EDITORIAL: The Rich Flee the Country!

On July 19, the Central Electoral Commission confirmed the results of July 11. A day later, the Constitutional Court announced that by the end of the week it will complete the procedures for validating the elec…
26 July
Plahotniuc’s Godson and a Head of Police Inspectorate Detained by the Security Services Officers

Plahotniuc’s Godson and a Head of Police Inspectorate Detained by the Security Services Officers

The Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organized Crime jointly with the Intelligence and Security Service raided the homes, offices, and cars of several people, including Valeriu Cojocaru, head of Bălți Po…
06 July

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