A communist will never become a liberal!!!!
it is important that those from the west know who leads Moldova!
The fact that they changed their names and moved from one camp to another doesn’t make them pro-European! nothing more dangerous than some former communists who changed their name to integrate us into the European Union
on August 27,1991 the Republic of Moldova gained its independence and citizens of the Republic of Moldova can travel in many European countries! even if it was not possible to travel in the countries of the European Union without visas, many citizens chose to go and work illegally in the European Union!
from 2001 to 2009, Moldova was ruled by the communist party and the communist regime was led by Vladimir Voronin!
if more than 30,000 young people had not come out against the communist regime, they (the communists) would have ruled for another 4 years!
Following the April 7 protests, young people were killed and many were locked up in police stations and tortured!
they didn’t catch me at home because I ran away from home in time and hid in the north of the country, but a criminal case was opened against me by the communist regime!
after they lost power, some of the communists changed their name or moved to other parties because some of them were afraid of being closed or adapted very quickly to the situation in the country!
some who worked for the communist regime changed their color earlier!
the problem is that even today Moldova is ruled by those who worked for the Voronin regime, and Vladimir Voronin himself is a deputy in the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova and even to this day he has not answered for the crimes of April 7! The young people who protested against the regime were tortured, beaten or had criminal cases opened against them by the communist regime, those who rule Moldova today are looking for ways to close them!
Some of them were isolated, some were bought, others are blackmailed and the people who neither blackmail works nor were able to buy them are the danger for them (for communists who declare themselves pro-European and communists who reformed in socialists and there is still the communist party which is still in Parliament)
When in the Republic of Moldova you could leave the country and work in another country, some chose to work for the communist regime even though they knew it was a criminal regime!
Journalists who are controlled by oligarchs or by people who had connections with the communist regime in the USSR like Lucinschi) – they don’t really talk or write about it and only young people are promoted who want to reach the leadership and defend their interests in the future!
Why do crows take the eyes of the dead first?
the communist regime was in charge for 9 years thanks to such people as the President of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu, the Prime Minister of Moldova Natalia Gavrilita, the President of the Parliament of Moldova Igor Grosu, or the Minister of Justice , Sergiu Litvinenco! I have already published in Romanian on June 7, 2022 what function each of them held during the criminal communist regime and I will also translate an article that I published in Romanian The article published on October 19, 2019 – ,, 9 reasons to I no longer support the Bloc NOW! ( 9 motive ca să nu mai susțin Blocul ACUM!)
As long as such people are in charge of Moldova, no reform with justice will take place and neither will the integration in the European Union take place!
the whole struggle of those in government with corruption is just a show to fool Moldovans and those in the West!
they arrest them for a few days and then let them go! Why ? because they were in government together and even if they create the impression that they hate each other, the facts show that they are in a very good relationship!
those from the governor are showing us a circus, while in fact, they are becoming richer and more influential!
A person who worked for Hitler’s or Stalin’s regime is an accomplice of totalitarian regimes and how would you think that a person involved in the killing of Jews would say that he worked for Germany and not for Hitler!
People who worked for the communist regime use such tricks: we didn’t work for Voronin’s communist regime, but we worked for Moldova!
The President of the Court of Accounts of the Republic of Moldova (CCRM), Marian Lupu, is the former candidate for the position of president of the communists since April 2009, even though the Republic of Moldova was a state where the parliament elected the president, each party nominates its own person in the electoral campaign from the parliamentary elections which will be voted by the parliament!
The current Party of Action and Solidarity (PAS) has the majority in parliament with the president of the parliament Igor Grosu, the president is PAS member Maia Sandu and the Prime Minister of Moldova is also a PAS member. The General Prosecutor’s Office of Moldova is also controlled by PAS, but this Marian Lupu is still President of the Court of Accounts.
I will translate more facts about solidarity between former communists from the article published on October 19, 2019!
The former president of Romania Traian Basescu is a former communist security from the time of Ceausescu and the current president of Romania Klaus Iohannis decorated Marian Lupu, the former candidate of the communists for the position of president of Moldova, in the spring of 2009 with the National Order “Star of Romania” de Commander “as a sign of high appreciation for the exceptional contribution made to the development of public audit in the European context.
the fact that the communists from Moldova are supported by the Germans is not news for Moldova!
When a Moldovan who protested against the communist regime in Moldova in April 2009 and asked for asylum in Germany, that person was arrested and deported from Germany, but when the former communist deputy Grigore Petrenco, who is also complicit in the communist crimes in Moldova, received political asylum in Germany!
Also, the Germans organized trainings in Germany for young Moldovans who supported communist ideology and one of the guests was Mark Tkaciuk.
after photos appeared in the press with all the Moldovans with Mark Tkaciuk, such meetings are no longer held, but the respective pictures are no longer found on the net!
I know who has the respective pictures and I understand why he deleted the articles with the respective pictures!
Ion Iliescu was the president of Romania from 2000 to 2004 in Romania, I wrote about his communist past in English and I recommend you to read this article
and it is important to also mention the presidents who were before Maia Sandu and Igor Dodon, Nicolae Timofti who is known as he held the position of judge during the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, he (Nicolae Timofti) sent anti-communists (Moldovans who were against the communists) to psychiatric hospitals, as did another individual who later became the Prosecutor General of Romania Augustin Lazar
Prosecutor Augustin Lazăr is guilty of the physical and mental torture of the dissident Iulius Filip, when he was the president of the parole commission in the Aiud Penitentiary
According to Law no. 23/1969, in each penitentiary there was a Commission that made decisions regarding the conditional release of those who had served two thirds of their sentence. The president of this commission was a PROSECUTOR DELEGATED BY THE COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE from the territorial area of the penitentiary. PROSECUTOR AUGUSTIN LAZĂR WAS AT AIUD, IN 1985 AND 1986,
The fate of the dissident Iulius Filip depended on him, forced to serve the full sentence of 5 years and 4 months, by the Cluj Military Court Sentence of 1982, although his torture could at least be limited until 1985, when he had the right to parole. But the prosecutor Augustin Lazăr decided that Iulius Filip should stay in prison, under the cruelest tortures, until 1987!
Communists support each other!!
I had the special honor to have a meeting with Mr. Augustin Lazăr, former Prosecutor General of Romania, a great promoter of the independence of the judicial system and the strengthening of the rule of law in Romania. We discussed our plans for justice reform and the fight against corruption. His Highness shared several aspects of his own experience as head of the Public Ministry, but also positively assessed our initiatives to reform the prosecution bodies. But I was even more pleased by the fact that his lordship expressed in principle his willingness to get involved in the advisory team for the promotion of justice reform in our country.
Real changes can only be possible with the support of people of integrity, who show firmness and courage in the fight against money laundering and grand corruption. We need such a prosecutor in the Republic of Moldova and we hope to be able to rely on the experience and professionalism of people like Augustin Lazăr.
if some people think that some communists were helped with money to study at Harvard, I want to disappoint the Americans that they still remain communists!
In June 2019 new government was formed from a coalition of two groups, the pro-Russian Socialist party and Bloc ACUM ( NOW) . As a result of this coalition, Maia Sandu was elected as prime minister, and Zinaida Greceanii as president of the Parliament, and Igor Dodon remained president.
I supported the ACUM ( NOW) block until the moment they decided to form an alliance with the PSRM (a pro-Russian party). I started criticizing them for this alliance and especially because the ACUM Bloc gave the Russians the Ministry of Defense, SIS (Information and Security Service – the only security service in the Republic of Moldova), SPPS (State Protection and Guard Service). I do not tolerate insults and unfounded accusations against me. I accept reasoned opinions, opinions, opinions, but I cannot accept being cursed! Usually people who have no arguments come with personal attacks!
1 – PSRM and ACUM voted for Zinaida Greceanîi speaker
On April 7, 2009, Zinaida Greceanîi (communist member) was prime minister, and Igor Dodon (communist member) was vice-prime minister and 10 years later in 2019 we have Igor Dodon (now socialist) president of Moldova and Zinaida Greceanîi (she is also a socialist now) is in the position of speaker of the Parliament
2- Transfer of the Ministry of Defence, SIS (Information and Security Service), SPPS (State Protection and Guard Service).
All the security/defense of Moldova has been handed over to the Russians! Taking into account that every embassy belonging to the Republic of Moldova has a military attaché and at least one SIS collaborator, we can say that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration is also controlled or at least aware of everything that happens abroad and especially the diaspora that always voted against the socialists!
3 – Andrei Năstase and socialist Vlad Batrîncea voted for Russia to be accepted again within the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
Ukraine, Poland, Great Britain, Georgia, Lithuania, Sweden, Latvia and Estonia voted against the return of the Russian Federation. Georgia and Ukraine left the hall in protest. Ukraine’s delegation said it was suspending work at PACE in protest at the lifting of the punishment imposed on Russia in 2014. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his “disappointment”, saying the punishment of Russia should not be lifted as long as Moscow does not respect human rights
Nastase’s statement that he thought about the Russian citizens is still not plausible because the Russian civil society fighting against Putin vehemently criticized this decision! Garry Kasparov, message for those who voted in favor of Russia at PACE: Fuck you! Garry Kasparov wrote on Twitter: “On behalf of Russian civil society, forced to live in foreign countries, go to hell. Pleasing a dictator and rewarding aggression will only make things worse, as always.”
To vote for the Russians when you have occupation troops of the Russian army stationed illegally in the eastern territory of the Republic of Moldova seems to me to be national treason!
The US Ambassador to Chisinau, Dereck J. Hogan, the host of the program “In Depth” on ProTv said: “What I can tell you is that the US Government supported the proposal of the Ukrainians not to make any changes, let’s say accepted Russia, while the situation with the attempted annexation of Crimea remains a problem, respectively I can tell you that we were not satisfied with the results of this vote”
4- Igor Dodon’s adviser, Ruslan Flocea, director of CNA
Ruslan Flocea was the general secretary of the Office of the President of the Republic of Moldova Igor Dodon, he was an advisor to Zinaida Greceanî when she was prime minister and he headed the Central Territorial Directorate of the CNA. With the SIS and the CNA at your disposal I can assure you that they will become tools that will destroy political opponents, inconvenient people, businessmen!
5- The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nicu Popescu, called the 1992 conflict on the Dniester a “civil war” in Bucharest
It was a war of aggression by Russia against the Republic of Moldova. Nicu Popescu has a degree in Political Science, International Relations, Moscow State University of International Relations, Russia, 1998 – 2002.
6 – The election of Vladimir Ţurcan at the head of the Constitutional Court
Without an amendment to the constitution, accession to NATO and integration into the European Union is impossible. It is impossible to integrate into the EU when the Constitutional Court is led by the man of Moscow!
Vladimir Ţurcan is a former Minister of the Interior (1997 – 2001). Between 2002 and 2005, he was the ambassador of the Republic of Moldova in Moscow. Between 2005-2009 he was a deputy from the Communist Party, led by Vladimir Voronin. From 2014 to the present, he is a deputy from the Party of Socialists.
7- Igor Dodon gave a speech in Russian at the UN General Assembly.
The Republic of Moldova is a Parliamentary Republic and should have been represented at this international forum by Prime Minister Maia Sandu, she authorized Dodon to participate in the 74th session, on the grounds that “the Government is much busier”
From the UN podium, Zelensky spoke about the war in Donbas and showed a bullet, which killed the opera singer Vasili Slipak
Only a traitor could speak Russian and praise Russia when you have occupation troops of the Russian army stationed illegally in the eastern territory of the Republic of Moldova.
8- ACUM deputies did not vote for the creation of the commission of inquiry regarding the financing of the PSRM in Moscow
A video captures President Igor Dodon asking for money from PDM leader Vlad Plahotniuc. Igor Dodon says that he received 700,000 to 800,000 dollars a month from the Russian Federation.
The General Prosecutor’s Office self-reported and started a criminal process in the case of PSRM financing. And what do you think happened next? The Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office terminated the criminal case regarding the financing of PSRM in Russia, started on the basis of video recordings of discussions held between Igor Dodon and Vladimir Plahotniuc at PDM headquarters
9 – The ACUM Bloc violated their own commitment not to participate in the creation of a governing coalition (formal or informal) with PD, PSRM, the Shore Party, Our Party ( Partidul Nostru) and other pro-oligarchic and anti-European formations
On February 21, 2019, the candidates of the ACUM DA PAS block in the national constituency and in the single-member constituencies signed the ACUM candidate’s Commitment to the citizens of the Republic of Moldova. The commitment stipulates that each candidate NOW commits to the people of the Republic of Moldova not to participate in the creation of a governing coalition (formal or informal) with PD, PSRM, the Shore Party, Our Party and other pro-oligarchic and anti-European formations in case they enter the Parliament.
From the CV published on the website of the Parliament, we find out that Sergiu Litvinenco started his activity as a jurist-consultant and grew in his career precisely during the period when the PCRM was in power and had absolute control in the Republic of Moldova.
Thus, Litvinenko worked for the communists during the Tarlev 2 Government (February 2006 – March 2008), but also for about a year during the Zinaida Greceanîi Government (March – December 2008), after which he was promoted to the Presidency.
In the period 2006-2008, Litvinenco worked together with Maia Sandu, the latter being employed by the communists as a “consultant in various projects in the field of good governance and public administration reform”, as indicated in the CV of the current president of the Republic Moldova.
From January 2009 to May 2009, including during the April 2009 protests, Sergiu Litvinenco worked as a senior consultant in the Acts Service of President Vladimir Voronin, General Directorate of Law and Public Relations, Presidency of the Republic of Moldova.
After the fall of the communists, Litvinenco was transferred to the State Chancellery of the Republic of Moldova, where he worked until 2013, managing to work with Vlad Filat and Iurie Leancă, and from April to July 2014 he worked under Natalia Gherman at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European integration.
Where Natalia Gavriliță worked between 2001-2009
From the official CV we find out that in the period: 2007-2008, Gavriliță was at the Ministry of Economy and Trade, Chisinau, Moldova, where she held the position of Head of the Department for Policies and Macroeconomic Development Programs. The heads of the Ministry were the same Lazar (later PDM) and Igor Dodon (PSRM).
Gavriliță was the Minister of Finance in the Sandu Government, although she has no economics or finance studies, being a graduate of the Faculty of Law (USM).
Where Igor Grosu worked in the period 2001-2009
In 2003, Grosu worked as a project coordinator at the Ministry of Economy. In December 2003–June 2004, he was a project manager at the Ministry of Economy, and from 2004 to 2008, he held the position of head of the Secretariat of the Participation Council within the Ministry of Economy.
Where did Maia Sandu work between 2001-2009?
We quote from the official website of the Presidency: “From August 2005 to July 2006, he was director of the General Directorate of Macroeconomic Policies and Development Programs at the Ministry of Economy and Trade.” The Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova at that time was Voronin’s servant – Vasea Tarlev. Minister of the Economy (April 2005 – September 2006) – Valeriu Lazăr, later minister from the PDM. Between May 2005 and September 2006, so exactly during the period when Maia Sandu was the head of the department, the deputy minister was Igor Dodon.