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18 May 2021
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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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Sergiu Banari is not runing

On Wednesday, at a news conference in Infotag he designated the LP, the LDPM and the MNA, as the only parties, which represent the opposition in Moldova.
INFOTAG, 8 July 2009, 18:37

Chisinauю Councilor from Balti, who was an independent candidate at the parliamentary elections of April 5, Sergiu Banari called upon voters not to vote for the Communist Party, the Democratic Party of Moldova, the Christian Democratic Popular Party (CDPP) or for the Socialist Party, but to vote for the Liberal Party of Moldova, the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova (LDPM) or the Moldova Noastra Alliance, July 8 ( INFOTAG ).

On Wednesday, at a news conference in Infotag he designated the LP, the LDPM and the MNA, as the only parties, which represent the opposition in Moldova.

"As the majority of my voters were Russian-speaking people, I call upon them not to believe the myths, invented by the Communists that the oppositional parties come out for the unification with Romania, that they do not observe the rights of the national minorities and do not respect their culture", Banari said.

He reassures that nobody's rights will be infringed upon, if the LDPM, the MNA or the LP comes to power.

Banari together with his team of 300 companion-in-arms decided to participate in the election campaign, as anti-Communist volunteers to tell the truth about the protest actions of April 6 and 7 and about dangers of the Communists and their political supporters, which threatens them.

"We hope that after the elections of July 29 our country will get rid of the Communist terror and on July 30 we shall be able to say "Good Morning, Moldova!", Banari said.

At the elections of April 5 only about 0.5% of the voters supported him.

 



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