#Editorial
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
A Lesson from Russia for Moldova

A Lesson from Russia for Moldova

On Tuesday, January 19, 2021, Russian opponent Alexei Navalny and his colleagues surprised Vladimir Putin, entire Russia, and the whole world: they showed the wealth and boundless greed of this Soviet-born lead…
22 January
It’s Too Early To Applaud

It’s Too Early To Applaud

The year 2020 is gone and the winter holidays are over as well. Groups of carolers, despite unnaturally warm winter weather, followed the tradition and did their duty: they went from door to door caroling and w…
16 January
The Early Parliamentary Elections are Coming

The Early Parliamentary Elections are Coming

At the turn of a new year, we are, politically, at a new crossroads, now that Maia Sandu, the sixth President of Moldova, was inaugurated. The year 2020 is leaving. What was it like? Was it good or bad for Mold…
31 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
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
A 10-Page Length State of Emergency

A 10-Page Length State of Emergency

Moldova remains in an emergency state in public health for another 45 days. Authorities were expected to announce more drastic decisions, given that more and more people get infected with COVID-19. Many of them…
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
Russia’s Trojan Horse

Russia’s Trojan Horse

Moldova has had two significant problems recently: incumbent president Igor Dodon and controversial former Democrat Party leader Vlad Plahotniuc. From now on, a third problem emerged, whose name is Renato Usatî…
27 November 2020
Moldovan President Igor Dodon Has Fallen. The First Step Towards Change Has Been Made

Moldovan President Igor Dodon Has Fallen. The First Step Towards Change Has Been Made

Things turned out as they should have. The Socialist Party flags are flapping at half-mast. Since 2016, Igor Dodon has had fame delusions, considering himself the most beloved of Moldovan presidents. He was fla…
21 November 2020

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