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Gheorghe Russu

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

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

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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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State officials make public their personal wealth

The central commission for checking statements of incomes and property has published statements for 2008.
INFOTAG, 20 March 2009, 19:42

Chisinau, March 20 ( INFOTAG ). According to the submitted documents, President of the Republic of Moldova, Chairman of the governing Moldovan Communist Party Vladimir Voronin is the holder of stocks exceeding 6 million lei in a Moldovan bank, the owner of an apartment in downtown Chisinau a hundred meters off the city's main street, the owner of a village house in Corjova (Dubossary raion) with a subsidiary household, a house in Pirita Village (Dubossary raion), two garden plots [dachas], and a car garage in Chisinau.

Moldova Noastra Alliance leader Serafim Urechean has an apartment in Chisinau, a dacha, a garage, and a BMW bike.

Liberal Party Chairman Mihai Ghimpu stated he owns an apartment and two cars - a Mercedes and a Volkswagen.

Liberal Democratic Party leader MP Vladimir Filat has stated a house in Chisinau and thee cars (BMW, Toyota, Niva).

Leader of the Social Democratic Party of Moldova MP Dumitru Braghis, an ex-Premier, has stated a house in Chisinau, a dacha in Pitita (Dubossary raion), and three cars (Hyundai, Skoda, and VAZ).

Parliament ex-Speaker, Democratic Party leader MP Dumitru Diacov has a house standing on a land plot in Chisinau, an apartment in Moscow, two office premises, a BMW, and the Novoye Vremya [New Time] newspaper in Chisinau.

The former Moldovan Prime Minister, Centrist Union of Moldova (CUM) Chairman Vasile Tarlev has a house in Chisinau, a dacha in Hrusova village (Criuleni raion), 4 land plots totaling 2.8 thousand square meters, a car, and over 3 thousand shares in the Bucuria candy factory in Chisinau.

And the Deputy Chairman of the Moldovan Parliament, Christian Democratic Popular Party leader Iurie Rosca has included into his 2008 statement a house with a land plot in Chisinau, a garage, 100% shares of the Flux newspaper and of the Flux news agency, 70% shares in the Prag-3 printing house, and 34% shares in the Tara newspaper.

 



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