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Prosecutor General’s Briefing and the Accusations of the Minister of Justice and of the Minister of Foreign Affairs

Prosecutor General’s Briefing and the Accusations of the Minister of Justice and of the Minister of Foreign Affairs

Prosecutor General Alexandr Stoianoglo had a briefing on Monday, October 4th. He made statements on the cases related to the runaway Ilan Shor, the oligarch Vlad Plahotniuc, the controversial businessman Veaces…
04 October
Interpol Detained, in Belgium, Olga Bondarciuc, the Notary who Worked for Plahotniuc, Shor, Platon, and who Provided Notary Services for the Former President Igor Dodon

Interpol Detained, in Belgium, Olga Bondarciuc, the Notary who Worked for Plahotniuc, Shor, Platon, and who Provided Notary Services for the Former President Igor Dodon

Olga Bondarciuc, the notary who was previously involved in the legalization of several documents concerning the business of Plahotniuc, Shor, and Platon and who allegedly provided notary services for the former…
28 September
EDITORIAL: Ruling Power Without Opposition

EDITORIAL: Ruling Power Without Opposition

For 30 years, exactly since Moldova declared its independence from the Soviet Union, we have always had strong parliamentary oppositions, against selfish, uneducated, and corrupt majorities. July 11, 2021, chan…
17 August
EDITORIAL: Convicted, Acquitted, and Wanted

EDITORIAL: Convicted, Acquitted, and Wanted

Did Platon fool us? Did Prosecutor General Stoianoglo deceive us? It could be one or the other. In any case, Platon, left forever, although on August 2 he was forced to appear in the courtroom and no one knows,…
09 August
The Shor Party Deputy’s Case in the Billion-Dollar Bank Fraud was Sent to Court

The Shor Party Deputy’s Case in the Billion-Dollar Bank Fraud was Sent to Court

The Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office sent to court the criminal case in which the deputy of the Shor Paty, Denis Ulanov, is accused of fraud and money laundering, both crimes committed in particular pro…
30 July
STUDY – Future Legislative Initiatives: Between Populism and Lack of Feasibility

STUDY – Future Legislative Initiatives: Between Populism and Lack of Feasibility

By definition, deputies are legislators who, once in Parliament, draft and pass laws for the benefit of voters. The deputies will be enabled to work as soon as the Constitutional Court validates the election re…
19 July
President Sandu Dissolves the Parliament, Early Elections in July

President Sandu Dissolves the Parliament, Early Elections in July

President Sandu dissolved the Parliament. The decree comes after the Constitutional Court declared the state of emergency voted by Parliament unconstitutional. Sandu announced the date of the early parliamentar…
29 April
Constitutional Court Declares Unconstitutional Parliament’s Decision to Revoke the Court’s Judge

Constitutional Court Declares Unconstitutional Parliament’s Decision to Revoke the Court’s Judge

The Constitutional Court declared unconstitutional Parliament’s decision to resign the President of the Constitutional Court and the following appointment of Boris Lupașcu for the judge position at the Court.
27 April
Deputies Request to Declare the Shor Party Unconstitutional

Deputies Request to Declare the Shor Party Unconstitutional

Deputies of the Dignity and Truth Party request to remove the Shor Party from the political parties register and to declare it unconstitutional. They argue that the majority of the Shor Party deputies are inves…
31 March
The Constitutional Court Rejects Socialists’ Notification

The Constitutional Court Rejects Socialists’ Notification

The Constitutional Court rejected on Friday, March 19, the Socialist Party’s request to suspend Sandu’s decree on Igor Grosu’s appointment for prime minister. The Court motivates its decision by stating t…
19 March

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