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Ex-Moldovan PM Vlad Filat sentenced to 9 years in prison, media

Former Moldovan premier Vlad Filat has been sentenced to nine years in prison on Monday, media from Chisinau reported on Monday. Unimedia says that judges had sentenced Filat to prison for four, eight and nine years. The former PM also ...

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Moldovan ex-PM Vlad Filat on remand for alleged mega defrauding case

Former Moldovan prime minister Vlad Filat has been taken into custody on Thursday evening, soon after the Parliament in Chisinau stripped him of the parliamentary immunity so that he could be detained for his alleged involvement in defrauding the Savings ...

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R. of Moldova: Iurie Leanca leaves PLDM, announces the setting up of a new pro-European party

The first vice-president of the Liberal Democratic Party (PLDM), former Prime Minister Iurie Leanca has left the political party and has announced the setting up of a party funded by citizens. “PDM and PLDM hypocritically deny coalition with the Communists, ...

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R. of Moldova: Two parties reach deal to form minority coalition

Two of the pro-European parties in Republic of Moldova – Liberal-Democrats (PLDM) and Democrats (PD) – have reached an agreement to set up a minority coalition without the Liberals, while asking for the Communists’ and Socialists’ support to appoint the ...

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Overturning in Kishinev: Pro-European parties got 54 seats in Parliament, pro-Russian ones- 47

R.Moldova parliamentary returns indicated on Sunday’s night that Pro-Moscow Socialist Party was in the lead, followed by Voronin’s communists. Despite the Socialist Party and the Communist Party ranks first and third after Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Republic of Moldova, returns ...

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Iohannis pledges to protect R. Moldova’s territorial integrity and economic interests

While in Kishinev on Friday, Romania’s President-elect Klaus Iohannis said Romania would undoubtedly protect Republic of Moldova’s territorial integrity and economic interests, expressing hope that Moldovan citizens will choose the European path at Sunday’s parliamentary elections. The president-elect pointed out ...

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