Representatives of the Orthodox Church were also present at the rallies, which included shows of support for traditional families, a touchy subject in Romania.
Reports say four-year scheme channeled $20 billion, maybe much more, on a wild ride from Russia to Moldova to Latvia.
Thousands of Moldovans could find themselves stranded after losing Romanian citizenship in a bureaucratic snafu.
Although implementation of Association Agreement has progressed, more efforts are needed to “improve the rule of law and the business environment.”
After years of living and working abroad, can homeward-bound Moldovans make their entrepreneurial dreams come true? From Ziarul de Garda.
According to its creator, the piles of fake bills totaling the billion dollars that went missing from local banks is meant to show the scale of the fraud.
Moldova has been a regional leader in open government, but the media recently launched a campaign to highlight backtracking on commitments to greater transparency.
Igor Dodon drops welcome words into his Russian counterpart Putin’s ear.
Critics from the Council of Europe to the government itself say Moldova needs a more humane prison system. And they’ve kept on saying it for years.
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