1 December 2021

Gheorghe Russu

Vice-director, The Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption

Parties-Phantoms, Parties - State Institutions, Parties - State Enterprises


20 parties have registered in the current election campaign. Many people say it is a too big number for such a small country as Moldova. At the same time, much more parties could take part in the election campaign.

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Moldova's stability insured by migrants, not by present rulers: PDM

Moldova and its citizens deserve more, Democratic Party leader Dumitru Diacov told a news conference Wednesday. According to the parliamentarian, his party commits, if part of the future power, "to make all its best to enhance the living standard of each citizen, without lying to society," Info-Prim Neo reports.
Info-Prim Neo, 28 January 2009, 18:43

2009-01-28/17:35/ Chisinau (IPN) "Moldova's economic and financial activity is insured not by the present rulers, but by the citizens working abroad. Due to those people, some $2 billion annually come to the country and not to the so-called technocrat ministers, which keep polishing the Marxist-Leninist image of the rulers," the PDM leader stated.

The present power is not able to realize their own policies of economic rehabilitation, neither to capitalize on the work and efforts of citizens, Dumitru Diacov said. "In 2000, when the Communists sabotaged all the projects of the Democrats to get the country out of impasse, preparing to come to power, the remittances were but $100 million. Now this figure amounts to $2 billion," the MP added.

"The economic stagnation causes unemployment and layoffs. In 2008, the number of employed dropped 250,000, compared to 2001, from 1,600 thousand to 1,350 thousand," he said.

"In addition to better schools, hospitals, salaries and pensions to insure a decent living, independent and non-corrupt judiciary, Moldova deserves to occupy its place in the family of European countries," said the PDM deputy president, Oazu Nantoi.

MP Valentina Buliga, the leader of the PDM's women organization, has stated that the party will start new reforms for a better life, so that the elderly have an insured elderliness, and the children - a happy future.

The PDM participated in the parliamentary elections of March 6, 2005, within the Democratic Moldovan Bloc, which got 28.53% of votes. On February 10, 2008, the joined the Social-Liberal Party. The PDM faction in the Parliament has 11 MPs.

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