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Protests in Moldova Explode, With Help of Twitter, April 7, 2009

A crowd of more than 10,000 young Moldovans materialized seemingly out of nowhere on Tuesday to protest against Moldova’s Communist leadership, ransacking government buildings and clashing with the police.

Europe’s Next Revolution? April 8, 2009

The demonstrations in the Moldovan capital of Chisinau after last Sunday’s elections are not like Ukraine’s “Orange Revolution” in 2004. Most obviously, they have been far from peaceful. Nor have they been provoked by incontrovertible evidence of massive voting fraud. The demonstrators just don’t like the governing party: Moldova is the only European country where a nominally “Communist” party has won largely free and fair elections, in 2001 and 2005.


An instable situation in Republic of Moldova

The Twitter Revolution in Moldova

On Sunday, April 5th, the governing Communist party won  50% of the vote in Parliamentary elections. This was decidedly a surprise, as Communists had lost the last round of municipal elections, and as an organized anti-Communist movement had been warning that elections might be rigged.

7 april - Chisinau, Moldova

7 april - Chisinau, Moldova

More than 30,000 young activists took to the streets of Chisinau on Tuesday, occupying Chisinau’s central square, the Piata Marii Adunari Nationale. The protests turned violent in the evening: government buildings burned and dozens of protesters were injured.

Situație instabilă in R.Moldova

7 aprilie – Revoluție la Chișinău

7 Aprilie - Protest anticomunist

7 Aprilie - Protest anticomunist

În urma alegerilor parlamentare din 5 aprilie, mai mulţi concurenţi electorali au contestat rezultatele alegerilor, invocînd nereguli legate de listele electorale. Rezultatele alegerilor au nemulţumit şi o parte din cetăţenii ţării, ceea ce a dus la proteste.

Astfel încât în ziua de 7 aprilie mii de manifestanti moldoveni s-au ciocnit, violent cu politistii, in cadrul unui amplu protest fata de rezultatele alegerilor parlamentare din 5 aprilie, castigate detasat de Partidul Comunist.
Au fost aproximativ 30.000 de manifestanti in centrul Chisinaului, veniti sa ceara repetarea alegerilor si plecarea comunistilor de la conducerea tarii. Manifestantii, care au scandat initial “Afara, afara!”, la adresa comunistilor, au inceput sa strige “Revolutie!”.

Moldova alege Comunismul

Moldova alege Comunismul

Potrivit CEC, alegerile din 5 aprilie 2009 în Parlamentul Republicii Moldova sunt considerate valabile, prezenţa la vot a alegătorilor fiind de 59.50%.

Rezultatele dupa numararea a 100% din voturi arata in felul urmator:

– Concurentii care au trecut de pragul de 6% si care intra in in Parlament.

Partidul Comuniştilor: 760,139 voturi – 49.48% – 60 mandate
Partidul Liberal : 201,812 voturi – 13.14% – 15 mandate
Partidul Liberal Democrat: 190,932 voturi – 12.43% – 15 mandate
Alianţa “Moldova Noastră” 150,110 voturi – 9.77% – 11 mandate