The second round of elections in Moldova Pro-European candidate Maia Sandu is ahead of the candidate of the Party of socialists of Moldova Igor Dodon, Moldovan reports NewsMaker.
Processed 95% of the ballots. According to the latest data, Dodon scored 55,51%, Sandu – 44,49%.
Previously, she demanded the resignation of the CEC and Ministry of foreign Affairs in connection with the arisen difficulties of voting in many areas abroad, where she has the advantage. Difficulties related to the lack of ballot papers in Bologna (Italy), Moldavian cities Dubosary and Rubber, Bucharest (Romania) and Dublin (Ireland). Newsletters also ended at a polling station in London.
October 21 Dodon said annexed Crimea belongs to the aggressor state – Russia.
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