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Quo vadis Moldova?

November 28, 2010

Moldova, cea mai săracă țară din Europa, are de ales între Moscova și Occident. Cam așa s-ar rezuma comentariile presei internaționale, care-a cam trecut cu vederea ziua de azi și implicațiile la scară largă ale votului. Pentru majoritatea publicațiilor- de orice tip ar fi ele- ziua de 28 n-a existat.

Press TV – Voters are choosing between pursuing closer ties with the European Union or forging a better relationship with Moscow and other former Soviet republics. (…) Moldova was part of Romania, until it was annexed into the Soviet Union by Stalin in World War II.

It remains a Romanian-speaking country with strong cultural ties to its larger neighbor to the east.

AP – Voters in Europe’s poorest nation tried Sunday to break a political deadlock that has kept it without a functioning government for more than a year. A pro-European alliance of four parties won the most seats in Moldova’s parliament last year but did not have enough to elect a president. The Communist Party remained the largest single party has succeeding in blocking the election of a pro-Western president.

The Communists favor closer trade, customs and political ties with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, which would keep it firmly in the orbit of the former Soviet Union. The party is organizing its own parallel count of the votes.

Știrea AP a fost preluata de majoritatea televiziunilor internaționale, fără alte comentarii despre alegerile de azi. No comment la no comment

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 29, 2010 12:37 am

    Pana la urma castiga Alianta pentru Integrare Europeana !

  2. March 18, 2011 10:01 am

    Excellent one

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