Post-election Moldova: Pro-EU absolute majority, pro-Russian opposition.

Moldova, Varnita: Moldovan activists note registration plates of vehicles entering Moldova from the Russia-backed and unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic during the early parliamentary elections on July 11, 2021. Photo © Pierre Crom

“It is true that the European agenda will be stronger than ever. The electoral success of the PAS will result in a pro-EU majority in parliament and a strong government anchored in the European vector …”

Moldova, Chisinau: President of Moldova Maia Sandu casts her ballot during the early parliamentary elections on July 11, 2021. Photo © Pierre Crom
Moldova, Chisinau: Supporters of the Bloc of Communists and Socialists gather outside the Supreme Court of Justice. Photo © Pierre Crom
Moldova; Chisinau: Children play football in a residential area. Photo © Pierre Crom

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