The April 5, 2009 parliamentary elections were the 5th electoral race of this kind after the independence of the Republic of Moldova was declared, with 21 electoral contestants running for elections (17 candidates competed by the end of the campaign). According to the recounting results, the voter turnout was 57.55 percent, and the parliamentary seats were distributed as follows: PCRM — 60 seats, PL and PLDM — 15 seats each and AMN — 11. The 17th Legislature failed to elect a President of the Republic of Moldova and it was dissolved, and early parliamentary elections were set for July 29, 2009.
General information on elections
Contestants who have passed threshold of representation
List of members of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova elected on April 5, 2009[…]
In the April 5 parliamentary elections four contestants passed the electoral threshold and entered the Moldovan Parliament (17th Legislature) — Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova (49.48% of the votes), Liberal Party (13.13%), Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova (12.43%) and “Moldova Noastra (Our Moldova)” Alliance (9.77%)[…]
Reports and analyses covering election campaign, Election Day and post-election period[…]
Legal regulations relevant for preparation, conduct and monitoring of the April 5, 2009 parliamentary elections[…]
Daily newslines on the electoral campaign[…]
- Whom do I vote?
Igor Botan, 25 March 2009
- Periodical Barometers of Public Opinion (BPO) commissioned by the Institute for Public Policy (IPP) provide the possibility to monitor trends of social-economic and political life. As a rule, BPO in “electoral years” is conducted about a month before elections. The 7th “pre-electoral” BPO conducted a month before the April 5, 2009 parliamentary elections provides one of few opportunities to estimate the probability of achieving a “change” or maintaining “stability”[…]
- Common lists of candidates
Igor Botan, March 9, 2009
Selection of voter education materials produced by ADEPT in view of April 5, 2009 parliamentary elections[…]