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Moldova sentenced?

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Several times in a row, Moldovan parliamentarians, representing a frank pro-Romanian majority in the current Moldovan legislative body, deprived the president of the country, Igor Dodon, of authority. And every time this happened at a time when the country needed to push through an unpopular decision that Dodon would reject without being “temporarily” deprived of authority. This is an amazing version of the parliamentary form of government, when the parliamentary faction, which is not currently supported by the people, actually focuses on itself the functions of all three branches of government, while still managing to “deactivate” the presidential function of the said Dodon.


It was necessary to send a military contingent of neutral (militarily, according to the country's constitution) outside of Moldova (to the teachings on the territory covered by the civil war of Ukraine) - Dodon was “turned off”, the contingent was sent. It was necessary to appoint a frankly pro-Romanian minister - Dodon was again "turned off", the minister was appointed. An interesting form of government, which looks like a real grimace of democracy.

And the situation of the actual Moldovan political crisis continues to manifest itself. And already in such forms, when the very statehood of the Republic of Moldova by the ruling elites is sacrificed to those whose interests are served by individual members of parliament.

One of the most recent examples is that the other day, in five settlements of Moldova, local residents (and certainly hardly at the call of their own hearts) adopted a kind of declaration “on unification with Romania”. "Voennoye Obozreniye" reported this case in news summaries. We are talking about an unexpected "political" outburst of the inhabitants of a number of villages in the Causeni Edinet, Stefan-Vod and Ialoveni regions of the republic. Local councils have announced that they are proclaiming themselves Romanian territories and are demanding that Romanian laws are in effect on their land. The declarations were certified by the representatives of the village councils.

Recently, pro-Romanian activists decided to hold an anti-state action already in the capital of the country, Chisinau. Representatives of the radical movement tried to organize the arson of the Moldovan flag under the Arc de Triomphe.

The situation is commented on by the President of the Republic, Igor Dodon, on Facebook:
During the last month, representatives of a number of localities of the Republic of Moldova committed acts of an anti-state, anti-people and anti-constitutional nature. We are talking about the so-called declarations signed by local elected representatives from the respective localities. These declarations aim at the abolition of the state of the Republic of Moldova and its inclusion in the neighboring state - Romania.

All this is happening against the background of unprecedented campaigns conducted in the territory of the Republic of Moldova in order to discredit the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of the Republic of Moldova, as well as aimed at denying the concept of statehood. The mentioned campaigns are conducted openly and freely by the so-called unionist forces of an unconstitutional sense in public institutions in the populated areas of the Republic of Moldova.

Moreover, on January 30 an act of state-scale vandalism was committed: there was an attempt to burn the national flag hung inside the Triumphal Arch on the Great National Assembly Square.

I categorically condemn the actions of a number of representatives of localities of the Republic of Moldova, as well as indifference, negligence or, possibly, malicious intent on the part of such agencies as NIB, MIA, General Prosecutor’s Office, which are obliged to stop such actions.
Following the provisions of Art. 77 of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova, demanding reports from authorized agencies, also ordered the convening of the Supreme Security Council, within which it is necessary to discuss and develop a position on actions aimed at undermining the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of the Republic of Moldova.


But Igor Dodon did not wait for any reports. This actually confirmed the fact that those who turned out to be part of the current Moldovan government are not interested in the very fact of the existence of an independent Moldavian state and are attempting to eliminate Moldovan sovereignty by joining the RM to neighboring Romania. Moreover, these attempts look more and more dangerous for the independence of Moldova.

However, among the majority of the population of the Republic of Moldova, the activity of unionists could not but cause a reaction. Against the background of the actions of pro-Romanian forces in the country, citizens recalled who is in the composition of the Moldovan authorities. So, in the constitutional court, which has recently only been occupied by the “temporary” removal of the president, there are five judges with Romanian passports. And some sit for years. An unprecedented fact: the constitution of the country has been set up to protect those who have passports of citizens of another country - and that which expects to crush Moldova itself.

Against the background of the outbreak of scandal, the chairman of the Constitutional Court of Moldova Tudor Pancyru resigned. It is noteworthy that Pantsyru has a Romanian passport, and it was Mr. President of the Constitutional Court of Moldova who was the main ideological inspirer of the elimination of Moldovan sovereignty in favor of joining the country with NATO Romania.

Another most interesting fact about Mr. Pantsyru: before heading the Moldovan Constitutional Court in 2017, he occupied the chair (attention!) Of the Senator in the Romanian Parliament. It turns out that something similar is possible not only in Ukraine ...

And in such political surrealism, Moldova is going to achieve economic and geopolitical successes?

Moldova sentenced?


It is noteworthy that, against the background of Moldovan surrealism, even the Romanian president Klaus Johannis announced that Chisinau should not expect no European integration by entering Romania. Such a statement was a real blow to the Moldovan unionists, who are looking for opportunities to recover from the blow of fate.

Moldavian President Igor Dodon urges citizens to come to the polling stations for the upcoming parliamentary elections - in order to give an unequivocal answer about what Moldovan citizens want to see their country. At stake, as Dodon says, is actually statehood, giving thought to whether the new terms in power of the pro-Romanian liberals will lead to the disintegration of the Republic of Moldova and a possible new war on the Dniester.
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  1. Sergeant71
    Sergeant71 2 February 2018 15: 11
    +3
    Yes and figs with them. No pity.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 2 February 2018 15: 23
      +7
      There is no state there..And about these villages? Well, what do you think people decide there? They see a difference in living standards. By the way, in Romania (I was a little surprised), the average salary in dollars was higher than the Russian one.
      1. cormorant
        cormorant 6 February 2018 12: 21
        0
        Not true, the average salary in dollars is even less than in Russia. In general, I recommend visiting Romania. The poverty of the country immediately catches the eye ...
      2. SASHA OLD
        SASHA OLD 6 February 2018 12: 35
        0
        The average salary, you yourself probably understand that this is very arbitrary, I will give an example: my boss eats meat and I cabbage, on average we both eat stuffed cabbage
    2. seti
      seti 2 February 2018 15: 39
      27
      Do we take a whole country from under our noses to the enemy’s camp and don’t you feel sorry? Change the flag, it does not suit you.
      1. 210ox
        210ox 2 February 2018 17: 00
        +7
        Is it you who told me that I should regret those tekkers that spread rot of my relatives in Telenesti? The leadership of Russia doesn’t care about Moldova, they tried to at least resist, but alas .. Well, the image may suffer, or it will lose money with business. Populist Rogozin on a bike will never reach ... I feel sorry for the people, and not the worthlessness with the hands of the leaders of our and the Ukrainian nationalists in Moldova.
        Quote: seti
        Do we take a whole country from under our noses to the enemy’s camp and don’t you feel sorry? Change the flag, it does not suit you.
        1. Merin
          Merin 2 February 2018 17: 25
          0
          Maybe someone of their relatives spread rot in Russia?
          1. Pushkar
            Pushkar 6 February 2018 11: 08
            +1
            Quote: Merin
            Maybe someone of their relatives spread rot in Russia?
            Oh, something new, even Solzhenitsyn has nothing about repressed Moldovans. Fantasy did not try to write?
        2. Natalia777
          Natalia777 2 February 2018 17: 41
          +4
          210qq, you are a victim of the unified state education system of Bologna and are not capable of understanding foreign policy.
          Quote: 210ox
          210qq, you are a victim of the unified state education system of Bologna and are not capable of understanding foreign policy.

          210qq, you are a victim of the unified state education system of Bologna and are not capable of understanding foreign policy. The fact that Moldova will also have NATO missiles aimed at Russia does not reach you. Or vice versa? arranges?
          1. 210ox
            210ox 2 February 2018 18: 00
            +8
            I was born in the USSR and received a Soviet education and managed to work for 9 years in the name of the glory of the Soviet Union. And the collapse of the USSR went through us like a steam locomotive. So, at least read the profile before writing. And about this unfortunate country ... I don’t mind those those who remain there, they want this life. And my comment is directed primarily against our leadership, which first encourages people, and then throws the same Dodon, people in Kharkov and Odessa. And brazenly throws as soon as they tail their tail in the international arena. Yes and I don’t feel sorry now. For there’s no one to regret already. Yes, and read the topic of the article first. Before throwing stones. And the rockets are already in Romania and most likely will be near Kharkov, not even near Chisinau. That's worth thinking about it. Before than blaming me for being unpatriotic and.
            Quote: Natalia777
            210qq, you are a victim of the unified state education system of Bologna and are not capable of understanding foreign policy.
            Quote: 210ox
            210qq, you are a victim of the unified state education system of Bologna and are not capable of understanding foreign policy.

            210qq, you are a victim of the unified state education system of Bologna and are not capable of understanding foreign policy. The fact that Moldova will also have NATO missiles aimed at Russia does not reach you. Or vice versa? arranges?

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            1. horhe48
              horhe48 3 February 2018 06: 52
              0
              By the way, about missiles ... It would be very appropriate to place several Iskander divisions in the same Transnistria. Or do you feel sorry for the Romanians? So they won’t spare you.
        3. seti
          seti 2 February 2018 17: 59
          +1
          Quote: 210ox
          Are you talking to me?]


          Actually on this
          Quote: Sergeant71
          Yes and figs with them. No pity.
      2. RUSS
        RUSS 3 February 2018 09: 15
        0
        Quote: seti
        Do we take a whole country from under our noses to the enemy’s camp and don’t you feel sorry? Change the flag, it does not suit you.

        In order to get something from under your nose, first you need to have something, you think Moldova is the property of Russia?
      3. Berber
        Berber 3 February 2018 10: 52
        +2
        Strongly support. Strategies of Hero. Squander Russia
    3. captain
      captain 2 February 2018 15: 46
      +7
      Quote: Sergeant71
      Yes and figs with them. No pity.

      Let Transnistria be let go, together with Gagauzia and Balti, and at least unite with Antarctica ..
      1. Merin
        Merin 2 February 2018 17: 24
        0
        Balti-60% of the population of Moldavians and are far from the border. How to organize a message? Trampolines?
      2. Olgovich
        Olgovich 3 February 2018 10: 47
        +5
        Quote: captain
        Let Transnistria be let go, together with Gagauzia and Balti and even with Antarctica let them unite

        Recently, more than 50% of citizens voted for Dodon (oriented toward Russia), and 4 (four)% of Russians in Moldova.
        Those. Moldovans also voted. And mind you, with the wild Russophobic propaganda of the West, and inside ...
        Those. there is something to fight for.
        Although the result is in question.
    4. siberalt
      siberalt 2 February 2018 17: 30
      +7
      It is clear that the poor Romanians do not need to feed even more poor. Just why not Dodon to pick up an assault detachment in the neighboring Moldavian Republic and spend a night of sweeps in the authorities and the army of the main collaborators? belay
      1. Merin
        Merin 2 February 2018 20: 37
        +3
        It is unclear when they call the poor Romanians, when their salaries are higher than in Russia. It smacks of self-masochism.
        1. Olgovich
          Olgovich 3 February 2018 10: 49
          +2
          Quote: Merin
          It is unclear when they call the poor Romanians, when their salaries are higher than in Russia.

          And the apartment, t. "Expert? lol What about BENZIN? And so forth
      2. tezey
        tezey 2 February 2018 22: 46
        +5
        Romania is no longer a beggar. This summer I was visiting my classmate in Bucharest. It is clear that life in the capital is better than in the provinces. Bucharest is a normal, clean city with good roads. Supermarkets are the same as in Moscow. In salaries. My friend has a good salary by Romanian standards, above the average-900 euros, his wife's average-550 euros. The costs of housing and communal services, food, Internet, etc. are about 1000 euros, so that free money remains. I write in euros, in fact, in Romania, the currency is the leu. I did not expect, but with work there everything is fine. Unemployment is low. Cigarettes are expensive - 3.5 euros. But the prices in restaurants, in comparison with Moscow, are very attractive. In pharmacies there are simply no usual German or other European medicines. It seems that talking about the poverty of Romania is no longer necessary.
        1. Olgovich
          Olgovich 3 February 2018 10: 54
          +2
          Quote: Theseus
          I did not expect, but with work there everything is fine. Unemployment is low.

          therefore several MILLION Romanians fled to the West. Forever and ever. Because of the "normal" salary and rent.
          Yes, but not GASOLINE lol Interested in?
    5. wax
      wax 2 February 2018 17: 48
      +1
      Hm. Is it a pity to open a direct NATO road directly to Rostov-on-Don?
    6. Alber
      Alber 2 February 2018 20: 19
      10
      Quote: Sergeant71
      Yes and figs with them. No pity.


      But in vain! We ought to help Dodon. Moldova is not the most backward of the former republics of the USSR. A republic with developed light industry, advanced technologies in agriculture and mentally close people. So we help the Kyrgyz and Armenians, and write off the money and equipment, and debts. By the way, for the information of Russians, Moldavians are the only republic from the former with the Orthodox in the majority of the population, except Belarus and Ukraine.
      Moldavians are a good, hardworking people. No need to turn your back on them ...
      1. Starover_Z
        Starover_Z 2 February 2018 23: 18
        +1
        Quote: Alber
        Moldova is not the most backward of the former republics of the USSR. A republic with developed light industry, advanced technologies in agriculture and mentally close people.

        It was all in the days of the Soviet Union! Factories built at the time are closed and destroyed! There is no agriculture left as such, they push everything to private owners! And all because the leadership is not specialists in their field, but representatives of various parties involved in political issues and personal dividends!
        1. Alber
          Alber 3 February 2018 21: 47
          +1
          Quote: Starover_Z
          It was all in the days of the Soviet Union! Factories built at the time are closed and destroyed! Agriculture

          And in Russia, isn’t this the situation? Is our industry not stolen and destroyed? Agriculture? Destroyed everything and plundered one by one
          Zionists written script
      2. Olgovich
        Olgovich 3 February 2018 10: 56
        +5
        Quote: Alber
        But in vain! We ought to help Dodon. Moldova is not the most backward of the former republics of the USSR. A republic with developed light industry, advanced technologies in agriculture and mentally close people. So we help the Kyrgyz and Armenians, and write off the money and equipment, and debts. By the way, for the information of Russians, Moldavians are the only republic from the former with the Orthodox in the majority of the population, except Belarus and Ukraine.

        You are 100% RIGHT!
        I’ll even tell you that the Moldovans who left for Russia quickly become old ... Russians, especially their children: one faith, one story
        1. dSK
          dSK 4 February 2018 17: 09
          +2
          Quote: Olgovich
          one faith, one story

          Over a month passed with a guilty verdict political process against local Russian publicists in Minsk Sergey Shiptenko, Yuri Pavlovets and Dmitry Alimkin. After the announcement of the verdict: five years of imprisonment with a delay of three years. “I really think that the destruction of Russian-speaking place names is an insult to Belarusians,” Sergey Shiptenko said in his last word before the sentencing. - I grew up in Minsk, and I want to reckon with my opinion. I believe that you can’t treat a people like a cattle and bring to its attention someone’s decisions, hiding behind its own opinion. ” “If you study the features of the past process, it becomes unclear what state we are dealing with, with Belarus or, for example, with Ukraine,” the expert notes. - I have been studying Belarus for many years, and five years ago it was impossible to imagine there like that. And if now in the text about this lawsuit the name “Belarus” is removed, then there will be a complete feeling that the case was happening somewhere in Ukraine, or in the Baltic states. Unfortunately, publicists have not received any effective support from Russia. ”.
          (""Minsk trial: Five years for the memory of the unity of Russians and Belarusians." Channel "Tsargrad", 04.02.18/XNUMX/XNUMX)
    7. Slovak
      Slovak April 2 2018 23: 05
      0
      Quote: Sergeant71
      Yes and figs with them. No pity.

      What do you know about the rest? I have been to Moldova and Romania several times in recent years. There are a lot of normal people. Romania yes, a dirty hole with filthy roads, rags, nasty kitchen.
  2. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 2 February 2018 15: 12
    10
    Something is scary for Dodon, and Moldova, as a state. It would be necessary to help, but how? The authorities in Russia are not those people who are ready to lend a helping hand to the nations reaching for Russia. I understand that saving the drowning is the work of the drowning. And if they are helped to drown, and even drown?
    1. Loess
      Loess 2 February 2018 15: 16
      +3
      And they were drawn to Russia?
      1. Mar.Tirah
        Mar.Tirah 2 February 2018 15: 24
        +8
        And what about Dodon is not visible? My friend lives in Chisinau, and it seems that yes, they are reaching out. They still have not forgotten the Russian language.
        1. Loess
          Loess 2 February 2018 15: 28
          +3
          In a difficult moment, everyone remembers Russia, recently the Kurds also remembered when their Turks pressed. And in a quiet time, for some reason, everything is "themselves with a mustache." And when Russia finds itself in a difficult situation, few people seek to lend a helping hand. Dodon is sorry. But ... Previously, we had to think, and now even if we want to, we are unlikely to be able to seriously help.
          1. Petr1968
            Petr1968 2 February 2018 15: 32
            0
            Quote: Less
            In a difficult moment, everyone remembers Russia

            laughing laughing laughing fool
            1. Loess
              Loess 2 February 2018 15: 51
              +4
              Did you find any familiar letters on the keyboard?
  3. Loess
    Loess 2 February 2018 15: 13
    +8
    So, in the constitutional court, which has recently only been busy with the “temporary” suspension of the president, five judges sit with Romanian passports. Moreover, some sit for years. An unprecedented fact: the constitution of the country is set to protect people who have passports of citizens of another country - moreover, one that expects to crush Moldova itself.
    Here it is, the triumph of democracy.
  4. parusnik
    parusnik 2 February 2018 15: 15
    +6
    An interesting situation ... If in the West they will give good, about the "integration" of Moldova into Romania, the Vololen-Nolens, it is necessary to recognize the PMR because it does not want to Romania .. It is necessary to recognize the Crimea as part of Russia, LDNR outside Ukraine, South Ossetia, Abkhazia ... And we must recognize Catalonia ..
    1. Reptiloid
      Reptiloid 3 February 2018 04: 24
      +2
      The list of vollens-nolens can be extended and then even more controversial ----- Kosovo and Gallans. And then in general it turns out that one country should be in two qualities ..... Or one subject in two places at the same time .....
  5. Albatroz
    Albatroz 2 February 2018 15: 37
    +6
    How not sorry?
    Our former republic.
    Need to think about the prospect
    Or bite off in Romania?
  6. Bastinda
    Bastinda 2 February 2018 15: 40
    +8
    Quote: 210ox
    Well, what do you think people decide there?

    Great phrase! Do you really believe in her?
    Someone arrived, paid the village elders, they gathered activists, and signatures. And people signed up.
    1. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z 2 February 2018 23: 42
      +1
      Quote: Bastinda
      Quote: 210ox
      Well, what do you think people decide there?

      Great phrase! Do you really believe in her?
      Someone arrived, paid the village elders, they gathered activists, and signatures. And people signed up.

      And try not to sign! Firstly, most of the villages remained with old people and children, and secondly, try not to sign the paper brought by the rural authorities:

      They will turn off not only gas, but I think everything else!
  7. mavrus
    mavrus 2 February 2018 16: 25
    11
    Quote: captain
    Quote: Sergeant71
    Yes and figs with them. No pity.

    Let Transnistria be let go, together with Gagauzia and Balti, and at least unite with Antarctica ..

    But nothing more than half of Moldovans voted for the pro-Russian Dodon. For which they are something to Romania or Antarctica.
    We must fight for every soul, for every inch.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 2 February 2018 17: 48
      +2
      Quote: mavrus
      More than half of Moldovans voted for the pro-Russian Dodon

      That's just Dodon as a king without a kingdom. This is where the really bad boyars are. hi
    2. V. Salama
      V. Salama 3 February 2018 00: 04
      +1
      Quote: mavrus
      ....
      ....
      We must fight for every soul, for every inch.

      Every war is outside of morality, and this is war, and we are in VO, so we can say simpler:
      The logic of war: if a resource is unavailable, it is destroyed.
      Or you have to fight for it, not sparing your stomach. And if not the first and not the second, then we are not on the VO site.
  8. APASUS
    APASUS 2 February 2018 17: 51
    +1
    There are a couple of points for Moldova, such as Transnistria and the elections. Moldova will practically confirm its independence by joining any organization such as the EU and NATO. And with all NATO Wishlist this is not particularly necessary, to rake the Romanian stables. There is another important fact, elections will be held in Moldova and whether the Moldavians want to fight again, we will soon see.
    1. Town Hall
      Town Hall 2 February 2018 18: 07
      0
      Quote: APASUS
      There are a couple of points for Moldova, such as Transnistria and the elections




      You will be surprised. But Moldovans spit on Transnistria and what will happen to it
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 2 February 2018 18: 17
        0
        Quote: Town Hall
        You will be surprised. But Moldovans spit on Transnistria and what will happen to it

        I believe, but Transnistria generates energy for the whole country, only Chisinau can serve itself there. There is no point in talking about the rest of the industry.
        1. Town Hall
          Town Hall 2 February 2018 18: 27
          0
          Come on. You live in your own world. Transnistria is a poor region stuck in the Soviet 80s and surviving on the handouts of Russia. Including gas that has not been paid for 27 years already, as well as pensions and salaries.

          All of their "economy" -zaregans in the Republic of Moldova where they pay taxes and duties
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 2 February 2018 18: 59
            +4
            Quote: Town Hall
            Come on you live in your world

            In which world is it, what kind of world do I have separate from yours?
            Quote: Town Hall
            Transnistria is a poor region stuck in the Soviet 80s and surviving on the handouts of Russia ..

            Come on! Is Moldova economically the leader of Europe?
            According to the report of the International Bank, today Moldova is the MOST POOR country in EUROPE.
            Oh how it turns out.
            Due to what handouts does Moldova need to survive?
            1. Town Hall
              Town Hall 2 February 2018 19: 01
              0
              Quote: APASUS
              Come on! Is Moldova economically the leader of Europe?



              There is no leader in Europe. But richer than the impoverished Transnistria. And also 3/4 of the Russian hinterland
              1. APASUS
                APASUS 2 February 2018 19: 08
                +4
                Quote: Town Hall
                There is no leader in Europe. But richer than the impoverished Transnistria. And also 3/4 of the Russian hinterland

                Tell your grandmother, okay?
                There wouldn’t be any relatives, I would also doubt it, and so pour it into the ears of the patriots on the Censor
                1. Town Hall
                  Town Hall 2 February 2018 19: 12
                  +1
                  Well, naturally. A childhood friend who lived in the USA and can describe American poverty in detail, no?
                  1. APASUS
                    APASUS 2 February 2018 19: 13
                    +4
                    Quote: Town Hall
                    Well, naturally. A childhood friend who lived in the USA and can describe American poverty in detail, no?

                    What are you kind of, what the hell is American poverty? Talk is about Moldova
              2. Woland
                Woland 2 February 2018 22: 40
                +2
                For some reason, I immediately thought so. when I saw crowds of migrant workers from the fabulously rich country of Moldova at the station
        2. Town Hall
          Town Hall 2 February 2018 19: 15
          0
          Quote: APASUS
          I believe, but Transnistria generates energy for the whole country, only Chisinau can serve itself there. There is no point in talking about the rest of the industry.



          The Ministry of Economy of Moldova announced on April 1 that it was changing the key electricity supplier to the country for the next year (April 2017 - March 2018). Instead of the Moldovan (Kuchurgan) state district power station (MoldGRES) controlled by Transdniestria controlled by the Russian Inter RAO, energy will be bought from the Ukrainian DTEK Trading for $ 50,2 per 1 MW h. As explained by the National Agency for Energy Regulation, MoldGRES offered $ 54,4 per 1 MWh. Until March 31, the state district power station supplied energy to Chisinau for $ 48,9 per 1 MWh.



          In less than 3 months: ...



          The Ministry of Economy of Moldova has announced the price of electricity that the state-owned company Energocom will buy from the Moldavian State District Power Plant, located in the Transnistrian region and owned by the Russian company Inter RAO.
          In particular, as the industry department reported, starting June 7 this year, Energocom will purchase part of the electricity for the needs of Moldova from the Moldavian State District Power Plant at a price of $ 45 per 1MWh, which is 10% less than the purchase price of electricity purchased now from the Ukrainian company DTEK Traiding, reports NOI.md.




          This is so that you understand how things are and who depends on whom in reality. And not from the "stories of relatives" .... they crawled in a week and at a discount yet. Otherwise, it was necessary to close the almshouse
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 2 February 2018 19: 22
            +3
            Quote: Town Hall
            The Ministry of Economy of Moldova announced on April 1 that it is changing the key electricity supplier to the country next year (

            So what is this? An economic instrument, tomorrow Moldova will flood Europe with a cheap technological product? It turns out you just had to change the energy supplier! I already heard it somewhere, probably Ukraine has rushed up the economy as it began to buy gas from the EU, or it seems to me
            1. Town Hall
              Town Hall 2 February 2018 19: 28
              0
              This is about how Transnistria survives and how it is needed.
              1. APASUS
                APASUS 2 February 2018 19: 31
                +3
                Quote: Town Hall
                This is about how Transnistria survives and how it is needed.

                So everything is simple, Transnistria is recognized as a separate state and forward to the EU and NATO. I want to see in the EU, NATO and Transnistria not to miss, so there is devastation and quilted jackets, so what's the problem?
                1. Town Hall
                  Town Hall 2 February 2018 19: 42
                  0
                  Yes, for God's sake .. the only problem is that no one recognizes them. Even Russia, which contains them and where they are so eager. They poor every year in a referendum hold an association. But even then nothing. So they hung out with a suitcase without a handle.
                  1. APASUS
                    APASUS 2 February 2018 19: 47
                    +3
                    So it is not Russia that should recognize them, but Moldova and it will open up happiness and its citizens to wash the toilets of Romania freely.
                    Quote: Town Hall
                    But no way. So they hung out with a suitcase without a handle.

                    It’s like in Ukraine - Crimea is a garbage dump, the Donbass is a backward part, but I won’t give up how I had to share it.
  9. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 2 February 2018 18: 00
    +1
    Well, what to say ... That was to be expected. The eminent Pact, the annexation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina to the USSR in the 1940 year ... In truth, it is said: "Fathers ate sour grapes, and children have teeth and mouthwort."
  10. Savin
    Savin 2 February 2018 19: 38
    +7
    1. In terms of what is happening, the Moldovan bourgeois "elite" is practically no different from the Russian one - with the only true difference - the Moldovan merges the country into Romanian sewers, and the Russian merge immediately into several different ones - Japanese, Chinese, Amer, etc.
    2. For the most part, Moldovans DO NOT WANT their country to become a Romanian province and certainly DO NOT WANT to become a new-old anti-Russian cannon fodder in a brewing large-scale regional conflict.
    3. The Kremlin is pursuing in Moldova a mediocre, vile and treacherous part of the Moldovan population towards Russia’s friendly people, exactly the same as it had previously (and is now) in (in) Ukraine. The very fact of the rampant, suicidal squabble of two Moldavian, pro-Russian parties, suggests that the Putin Foreign Ministry has long since surrendered Moldova, surrendered it with giblets.
    4. On this site there are quite a few well-fed and very short-sighted people who for some reason are sure that what is happening in b. in the republics it does not concern and will not touch. This is a very big mistake and very soon they will be convinced of it.
  11. Merin
    Merin 2 February 2018 20: 35
    0
    After Moldova was torn away from Transnistria, does anyone really think that Moldovans want to get closer to Russia? Although, probably, jokes about Moldavians will help.
    1. Alber
      Alber 2 February 2018 21: 17
      +1
      Quote: Merin
      After Moldova was torn away from Transnistria, does anyone really think that Moldovans want to get closer to Russia? Although, probably, jokes about Moldavians will help.

      What are you constantly pouring dirt on Russia? Only one tribe has a filthy line, constantly pouring mud over our Motherland and pitting our peoples among themselves ...
      Zionofashist?
      1. Merin
        Merin 3 February 2018 00: 10
        0
        Please google jokes about Moldavians. And you will be convinced that I do not pour dirt. And I’m telling the truth.
  12. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 2 February 2018 21: 55
    +1
    Now there are two unfriendly republics of Romania and Moldova, one will unite, so there is nothing to worry about.
  13. rvlrvl
    rvlrvl 2 February 2018 22: 51
    +2
    Why is the Russian leadership indifferent to the Moldavian direction? It feels like nothing is being done. What do you think will happen next?
    1. iouris
      iouris 3 February 2018 00: 21
      +1
      Quote: rvlrvl
      Why is the Russian leadership indifferent to the Moldavian direction?

      Because. This is called continuity in politics.
  14. Varna
    Varna 3 February 2018 02: 19
    +9
    I read all the comments and studied the article itself.
    Surprisingly, it is a fact - no one noticed on what historical background these funny pro-Romanian events to proclaim Romania develop in individual villages and regions of Moldova.
    And the background is as follows:
    February - March 2018 marks exactly one hundred years of the "voluntary and democratic" entry of Moldova (and in 1918 - Bessarabia) into the glorious kingdom of Romania.
    Maybe this is a rematch?
    Natsik will have to wait for another such case - another hundred years.
    And all that’s needed, as one Moldavian political scientist (with a Romanian passport in his pocket) has transparently put it, is a “sudden”, “unexpected” mass passage through the Moldovan-Romanian border of several thousand Romanian green men.
    And who will stop them? ( he asked ) . We answer - no one. Border guards and Moldovan policemen just walk away.
    In my opinion, the statehood of Moldova is now hanging by a thread.
    How does this threaten Russia?
    At first glance - nothing.
    In fact, it will be a strategic disaster.
    The army of Transnistria - much stronger and more motivated than Moldavian; but in front of the Romanian armed forces - on the contrary, the Transnistrian army is already nothing.
    The mandate of peacekeepers - will be revoked by Moldova (or, to be precise, a puppet transitional government). Legally - Moldova has the right to do so. Peacekeepers and the Russian contingent will be outlawed, they will be shown on the door. Transnistria will be crushed in a matter of days. - the forces are not comparable, and no Russia will help - on the one hand, Ukraine, which will completely legally shoot down all Russian planes and not let anything through its territory; on the other hand, Romania, a member of NATO.
    Russia will be invited to save face. - take out their military and surviving Transnistrians (Russian citizens).

    On this, the 200-year history of Russia's stay in the Prut and Dniester interfluve will end.

    Russia will be thrown back from almost the center of Europe - back, for a thousand kilometers, directly to its border - a big nuisance for the military and politicians - they always like to outposts to move away from their borders - and there will be a simultaneous failure, the collapse of defense in a specific direction.

    NATO - and in the south will come directly to the borders - is nowhere closer.

    Of course, it is somewhat humorous and tense: but Transnistria is now like a nail that holds this fragile geopolitical structure now, and it holds back Moldova, Romania, and NATO - so to speak - a weak link.
    Extinguish it - and Russia will sprinkle geopolitically throughout this entire stretch of Europe.
    The most interesting question (and still not having an answer at the same time) is whether there really is such a point in the plans of those who are actually modeling this world, or is it all fantasy? - of course this is unknown.
    But what more than one hundred percent can be sure of is the absence of an accident that godforsaken residents of several villages of Moldova (in its different regions) suddenly, suddenly became concerned (and at the same time, simultaneously) proclaim their Romanian land. Why's that ?
  15. ltc35
    ltc35 3 February 2018 05: 09
    +1
    Moda has nowhere to go. She is in a decent environment. So it remains to dance to the tune of Romanians or to be friends with Ukraine.
    1. iouris
      iouris 3 February 2018 12: 06
      0
      Quote: ltc35
      Moda has nowhere to go.

      Nothing lasts forever under the moon (Shakespeare). You have to live in Russia for a long time, then you will live to see everything.
  16. Graz
    Graz 6 February 2018 11: 50
    +1
    the country will fall apart, parts by 2-4, one will go to the Romanians, someone will want independence, someone will ask us
    civil war is possible