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Gheorghe Russu

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

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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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AMN recommends foreign donors to track humanitarian aid

The Moldova Noastra Alliance (AMN) warns the foreign donors to follow the route of the humanitarian aid offered by them.
Info-Prim Neo, 20 March 2009, 19:39

2009-03-20/14:23/ Chisinau (IPN)  The party says that the aid provided for disaster victims in 2007-2008 is used for electoral purposes, Info-Prim Neo reports, quoting a communique issued by the AMN.

According to the quoted source, the Communist Party (PCRM) uses the humanitarian aid in the election campaign.

The AMN said that according to the information provided by local sources, the humanitarian aid stored by the mayors' offices from last year was distributed during Speaker Marian Lupu's visits to Briceni to those invited to the meeting.

"In Soroca, Mrs Ostapciuc (Eugenia Ostapciuc, the president of the parliamentary group of the PCRM, e.n.) brought five sewing machines taken without documents from the Agency for Material Reserves and Humanitarian Aid. Stepaniuc (Victor Stepaniuc, the Deputy Prime Minister, e.n.) took s ewing machines from the same batch of humanitarian aid to Floresti district," the AMN says in the communiqué.

The party also accuses Victor Stepaniuc of donating two gas stoves to the boarding school in Hansca village of Ialoveni district in order to gain support in elections. "We are looking for them to see to whom they were donated, but the Prosecutor's Office can start the search with the Agency in Chisinau, the communiqué also says.

According to the AMN, the humanitarian aid stored in central state institutions' depots is taken by the Communists to the meetings with voters. The AMN gives as example the humanitarian aid offered to the Ministry of Defense that was unloaded, according to the party, before the New Year at the Parliament's storehouse. The party also says that they know the names of those that unloaded the goods and they will be made known if need be.

The AMN said that so far it has filed over 80 conte stations over the violations identified by it. Some of them were already sent to the Courts of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Justice and even the European Court of Human Rights.



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