Moldovan government resigned

Moldovan society is strongly shocked for several months. People started mass rallies having known ruling pro-European coalition had stolen one billion dollars from state incomes. Moldova is a poor country and this plunger was dramatic for it. In spite of arrests and other repressive measures ruling coalition is unable to put down protests. That’s why it started to maneuver and made partial steps toward protestors.
October 29 government led by prime-minister Valery Strelets was resigned. Ruling coalition is split and not only opposition parties voted for resignation. Ruling Democratic party also supported them. This is characteristic for deep crisis of pro-European establishment.
Some days before authorities liberated Renato Usaty – one of prominent opposition leaders.
Anyway this government resignation can’t satisfy protesting masses. Their leaders from Socialist and Ours party insist on early elections for parliament and president and liberating of other political prisoners. Political struggle continues in Moldova.

 

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