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Election News from November 12, 2014

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“Pentru Neam si Tara (For Nation and Country)” Party joined the electoral campaign

Members of the “Pentru Neam si Tara (For Nation and Country)” Party (PpNT) had a press conference, where they presented their electoral platform, focused on the reform in the sectors of education, justice and health, development of industry and restoration of the country’s territorial integrity. PpNT chairman Nicolae Utica accused the leaders of the governing parties of solving their personal and group problems instead of those of the country. “We decided to join the electoral campaign in order to make people aware of the fact that there are forces that can do good things in Moldova and want to do them,” the party leader said. Nicolae Utica also encouraged people to vote for pro-European parties, especially the extra-parliamentary parties, since those in government had already compromised themselves by acts of corruption and scandals. // IPN

The Liberal Reformatory Party notifies the BCC and the CEC about election fraud

The Liberal Reformatory Party (PLR) reports election fraud by means of influence and manipulation of public opinion through politically subservient mass media. The PLR announced that it would file a complaint about it to the Broadcasting Coordinating Council (BCC) and the Central Electoral Commission (CEC). Party representatives expressed their worry about the lack of reaction from the BCC and the CEC to the fact that several televisions had become electoral platforms for the Democratic Party of Moldova and the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova. //

The PCRM accuses media outlets of biased coverage of the electoral campaign

The Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova (PCRM) accuses several media outlets of representing party interests of the Democratic Party and the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova. The declaration was made at a press conference, where communist representatives expressed their indignation at the fact that televisions fail to organize electoral debates according to the current legislation and to cover in a neutral manner the electoral activities of the PCRM. //

Socialists’ conditions for a post-electoral coalition

The Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (PSRM) is ready to make a coalition with all the parties that are acting to maintain Moldova’s statehood, denounce the Association Agreement with the European Union and support Moldova in joining the Customs Union. The declaration was made by PSRM chairman Igor Dodon in an interview. “We do not exclude a post-electoral coalition with the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova if this party makes clear its orientation in terms of foreign policy,” Dodon mentioned. According to him, socialists will not make coalition with pro-Western and right-wing parties, such as the Liberal Party, the Democratic Party and the Liberal Democratic Party. //