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Chain of referendums in Moldova: separatism or the outcome of the anti-people policy of the state authorities?

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Last Sunday, in one of the autonomies of Moldova - Gagauzia - a referendum was held in which local residents had to answer the question, what kind of integration vector do they choose? Before discussing the preparation and conduct of a referendum in the Gagauz autonomy, it is necessary to say a few words about Gagauzia itself.


Gagauzia is a small territorial association in the south of Moldova with a population of about 165 thousand inhabitants. The total area is about 1850 sq. Km. (for comparison: this is about one and a half territories of St. Petersburg without agglomeration). Local laws define Gagauzia (Gagauz Yeri) as a form of Gagauz self-determination (and there are more than 80% of the population in this Gagauz region) as a territorial autonomous entity (TAO or ATO). If we talk about the confessional composition, then about 85% of the population of Gagauzia are Orthodox. The administrative center of autonomy is the city of Comrat (25 thousands of inhabitants). The main document is the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova and the Code of Gagauzia.

Education in schools is conducted mainly in Russian, more than two-thirds of the broadcast media are Russian-language.

According to the Code, a settlement in the south of Moldova is Gagauz, if it contains more than 50% of the population - ethnic Gagauz. In the law “On the special legal status of Gagauzia” it contains remarkable points:

Art.5 p.2:
Localities in which Gagauz make up less than 50 percent of the population can be included in Gagauzia on the basis of the free will of the majority of voters, revealed by a local referendum held at the initiative of at least one third of the voters of the corresponding locality.

Art.5 p.3:
The inclusion of settlements in Gagauzia ... is made according to the results of a local referendum held by the Government of the Republic of Moldova in each settlement.

Art.5 p.4:
Localities that are part of Gagauzia retain the right to withdraw from its structure through a local referendum held at the initiative of at least one third of the voters, but not earlier than one year from the date of entry into Gagauzia.

So, the authorities of the territorial autonomous entity of Gagauzia decided to hold a referendum last Sunday, the possibility of which is spelled out in the regulatory documents of the ATO. In the course of the referendum, the residents of the autonomy were asked to make a choice: what kind of integration direction would they choose, and moreover, perhaps, if Moldova lost its independent status.

Text of the referendum questions:

Do you agree to adopt the attached draft law of the ATU Gagauzia “On the deferred status of the people of Gagauzia for external self-determination”, allowing the people of Gagauzia to exercise their right to external self-determination in the event of a change in the status of the Republic of Moldova as an independent state?

Do you approve of the course of the foreign policy vector of the development of the Republic of Moldova, aimed at joining the Customs Union (Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan)?

Do you approve of the course of the foreign policy vector of the development of the Republic of Moldova, aimed at joining the European Union?


Can such a referendum be considered an anti-Moldavian provocation? At least, the official Chisinau considered this way, and therefore the Moldovan authorities, even before the start of the referendum in Comrat and other settlements of the Gagauz ATO, declared that they strongly oppose the referendum and in any case do not recognize its results. Well, official Chisinau can be understood, but didn’t the very policy of the same Chisinau led to the question in Gagauzia: Do Moldova last for a long time as an independent state? If we take into account the numerous statements by a number of representatives of the official Moldovan authorities that the main course of Moldova is to join the European Union at any cost, even by joining the province to Romania, then the only “provocation” that can be seen in the Gagauz referendum is itself The official Chisinau’s position that pushed Comrat to this referendum. When they say to you: do not twitch - the injection of euthanasia will still dot the i's, then you can hardly blame the Gagauz leaders for the cultivation of separatism. But the entry of Moldova into the European Union (in the future, apparently, really only through the outskirts of Romania) - this is euthanasia both for the Gagauz autonomy and for the entire Republic of Moldova. And if in Chisinau, to put it mildly, not everyone understands (or simply does not want to understand), then in Gagauzia they managed to weigh all the pros and cons (as in Transnistria at the time).

According to the data provided by the official authorities of Gagauzia (the organizers of the referendum), the turnout was almost 70,5%. At the same time, only about 2% of the inhabitants of the autonomy spoke in favor of possible entry into the EU. More than 95% of those who voted, gave their “for” integration with the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. The head (he is a bashkan) of Gagauzia Mihail Formuzal on his page on the social network about the referendum held in the ATO wrote the following:

Phenomenal turnout result !!!! First time in stories Gagauzia 70,42% of voters !!! Read! Envy! Our voice has sounded to the whole world !! "


Chain of referendums in Moldova: separatism or the outcome of the anti-people policy of the state authorities?
Mihail Formuzal - the head of the ATU Gagauzia


Immediately after the preliminary publication of the results and the above reaction of the head of autonomy, a number of representatives of the Moldovan public (say, not pro-government) expressed in the spirit that Formuzal would have become an excellent president of Moldova instead of the “amorphous” Timofti, since Formuzal is not afraid to talk openly about their position and openly support the position of the people. But supporters of the course chosen by the Moldovan authorities have already managed to declare Mihail Formuzal a separatist who is trying to break Moldova. Well, here it is as they say: whose cow would moo ... If someone today is tearing up Moldova, it's her current authorities, who neglect both the interests of the country's economy, and the interests of its people.

As applied to the past Gagauz referendum, one can single out the fact that it was decided to conduct a similar procedure of will not only in autonomy, but also in the Moldovan territory itself (not part of the ATU Gagauzia). We are talking about the municipality of Taraclia and the Taraclia region of Moldova, about 85% of the population of which are ethnic Bulgarians. It would seem, well, here, for sure, everyone will choose the course of the current Moldovan authorities to integrate with the EU, if only because Bulgaria itself has been listed in the European Union for several years ... But in reality everything turns out differently. Local district authorities actually refused to follow the course of the official Chisinau and announced that cooperation with the CU was much more productive for the population of Taraclia. A referendum similar to Gagauz, the municipal authorities are going to hold in the near future.

It turns out that the central authorities of Moldova actually lose control not only over the autonomies, but also over individual districts, which, in fact, constitute the Moldovan state itself. If this trend continues further, then the obviously failed policy of the Moldovan state authorities may lead to a new contention in the republic with all that it implies.

If more and more new areas of Moldova declare their desire to integrate with the Customs Union, and the authorities are deaf to this elementary, Moldova will have to integrate with the EU "before the start": for example, the offices of the president, the prime minister, some ministers and deputies may withdraw Romania, and the rest of the country’s territory will be self-determined differently ... Although, are the said offices not already a territory of Romania? ..
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  1. bomg.77
    bomg.77 4 February 2014 07: 22
    +24
    Well done Gagauz! Let Moldova now think hard)))), but is it worth running to the Romanians if there’s no one to run to!
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 4 February 2014 10: 12
      +5
      Quote: bomg.77
      Let Moldova now think hard)))), but is it worth running to the Romanians if there’s no one to run to!

      I think Moldova has just decided everything for itself. In any case, according to published polls, the majority of Moldovan citizens do not particularly seek Romania. Only who will ask them if the president, the governor of the parliament and almost all the judges of the constitutional court are Romanian citizens.
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 4 February 2014 10: 16
        +2
        Quote: Arhj
        if the president, the governor of the parliament and almost all the judges of the constitutional court are Romanian citizens.
        Well, let them go to Romania, that the country is being pulled
        1. Arhj
          Arhj 4 February 2014 10: 55
          +6
          I agree. That's just who needs them there without Moldova. The attitude towards traitors is always the same both for those who have been betrayed, and for those who have been betrayed.
        2. Alexander Petrovich
          Alexander Petrovich 4 February 2014 18: 23
          0
          And you are aware that the Moldovan Government did not recognize this referendum, and recently, it seems in the summer, an agreement was signed with the Romanians that in the event of an internal conflict in the Republic of Moldova, Romania has the right to send its troops there. Here it smacks of civilian life, and the local population will suffer as always. Consider what horror will begin for the Russian-speaking inhabitants of Moldova and in particular Chisinau, this is fraught with great pogroms and violence. As in Ukraine, here too there are nationalists who are not afraid to kill, fools - for free, smart - for money.
          1. mihai_md2003
            mihai_md2003 4 February 2014 22: 23
            +3
            We know about the contract. But we can’t do anything, they accepted him without asking anyone. It is now necessary for the Gagauzians to sign the relevant treaties with Russia and Transnistria. It is very scary that because of this chaos in Ukraine, Russia will not be up to Moldova and we will fall off in the guise of Romania. With all the ensuing consequences. This is all American football in Russia. Ready for anything to annoy once again. I would like to hope Russia has enough wisdom and strength to replay them in their field. It seems that your forward is not even bad with regard to international politics.
      2. mihai_md2003
        mihai_md2003 4 February 2014 22: 17
        +1
        100 percent true. No one asks the people. Pridnestrovie has already come to terms with the loss, they simply don’t talk about it openly, because it looks really bad for the sake of some kind of virtual integration, the authorities are ready to sacrifice the integrity of the country and the remnants of the economy. And correctly noticed by him anyway! They are generally citizens of another country and openly declare that there is no such language as Moldavian and that there should not be a country like Moldova. If Yanukovych was spinning like a devil in a frying pan in order to bargain for better conditions either from Russia or from Europe, then our sorrow patriots are ready to merge everything at once and for free, and to be more precise at a loss. We have complete anarchy. THE GAGAUZ FELLOWS !! They expressed their will if other regions follow their example and this will need to be reckoned with. This is the paradox today, I rely more on assistance in the territorial integrity and existence of Moldova as a separate state (not part of Romania) for Russia and Gaguzia than for our president and government. The president is generally a separate issue sad. He won’t even brush his teeth in the morning without a team from Bucharest.
      3. Yeraz
        Yeraz 4 February 2014 22: 30
        +1
        Quote: Arhj
        Only who will ask them if the president, the governor of the parliament and almost all the judges of the constitutional court are Romanian citizens.

        I’ll tell you more about the majority of Moldovan citizens, citizens of Romania and Russia, plus Ukraine. So this is not an indicator, everyone has several passports.
    2. Trance
      Trance 4 February 2014 12: 34
      +3
      Quote: bomg.77
      Well done Gagauz! Let Moldova now think hard)))), but is it worth running to the Romanians if there’s no one to run to!


      I partly agree with you. As Vodyanoy in the role of Papandopolo said, "I feel that we are on the verge of a grandiose nix." Allies and enemies are becoming more and more apparent.
    3. AVV
      AVV 4 February 2014 13: 01
      +3
      Quote: bomg.77
      Well done Gagauz! Let Moldova now think hard)))), but is it worth running to the Romanians if there’s no one to run to!

      Romania is the backyard of the European Union, and Moldova will turn out to be backyard, backyard !!! But do people need this ???
    4. siberalt
      siberalt 4 February 2014 13: 35
      +2
      There was a video on TV from the polling stations of the referendum in Gagauzia. It is noteworthy that the voters had passports of the USSR in their hands.
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  2. Duke
    Duke 4 February 2014 07: 24
    +10
    Well done, more of these referenda.
  3. lapo32
    lapo32 4 February 2014 07: 50
    .
    Do we need this? belay
    1. Nitarius
      Nitarius 4 February 2014 08: 39
      +9
      need more HOW! you can’t throw people .... especially since we really need them now!
      with the collapse of the USSR, many still do not see themselves ANYTHING!
    2. nov_tech.vrn
      nov_tech.vrn 4 February 2014 09: 23
      +3
      Do we need you?
      1. nov_tech.vrn
        nov_tech.vrn 4 February 2014 10: 48
        +3
        "do we need you?" - a certain flaw in the structure, the answer to a specific comment, of a specific person, gets into the thread without structuring and indicating who it is intended for. I have nothing against Gagauzia, but I answered lapo32.
    3. Flooding
      Flooding 4 February 2014 12: 36
      +8
      Quote: lapo32
      Do we need this?

      Valery, who cares?
      Vaughn admired Zhirinovsky during his debate with Oles Buzina in a program with Solovyov. Will you be one of these?
      To the Russian-speaking people, who in Soviet times took root in Moldova, spit?
      Will you fraternize with Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan?
  4. PValery53
    PValery53 4 February 2014 07: 53
    +10
    By referendum - on the headshoting of officials! - The Gagauzians are well done, they understand their interests.
  5. Alex66
    Alex66 4 February 2014 07: 58
    +15
    Such a referendum would be held in the regions of Ukraine, I think Bandera would get a surprise. But Janek lacks the spirit, he is still thinking of sitting on three chairs now, and it’s time to decide.
    1. Apollo
      Apollo 4 February 2014 08: 13
      +7
      quote-Last Sunday in one of the autonomies of Moldova - Gagauzia - a referendum was held in which local residents had to answer the question, which integration vector do they choose?



      The Gagauz language is very close to the Azerbaijani language. Almost one to one.
      It is a pity that there is no representative from Gagauzia on the forum.
      Thanks Alex hi per article. good
      1. Flooding
        Flooding 4 February 2014 12: 38
        +5
        Quote: Apollon
        The Gagauz language is very close to the Azerbaijani language. Almost one to one.

        But mentally, the Orthodox Gagauzians are nevertheless closer to the Russians.
        Although yes, they communicate with the Turks and Azerbaijanis without any difficulties.
        1. Alexander Petrovich
          Alexander Petrovich 4 February 2014 19: 42
          +1
          Closer to Russian, depending on what criteria. there are Gagauzians who are closer to the Turks, I know those. And there are Russified.
          1. Flooding
            Flooding 4 February 2014 22: 08
            +1
            Quote: Alexander Petrovich
            Closer to Russian, depending on what criteria

            Greetings, Alexander Petrovich.
            In my opinion, when it comes to mentality, worldview, certain criteria fade into the background. The common religion and history over centuries has brought nations together, as linguistic and ethnic affinity does not.
            Quote: Alexander Petrovich
            there are Gagauzians who are closer to the Turks

            There are Russians who are closer to the British or French. But the exception confirms the rule. Is not it?
            1. Alexander Petrovich
              Alexander Petrovich 6 February 2014 00: 55
              0
              Hello Vladimir Batkovich.
              Perhaps their language is almost the same. Well, Turkey is investing decent money in Gagauzia, many Turkish schools are there, enough Gagauzians leave for Turkey to earn money. If she is lucky, in the future she may possibly be able to take Gagauzia under her care.
        2. Apollo
          Apollo 4 February 2014 22: 18
          0
          Quote: Flood
          But mentally, the Orthodox Gagauzians are nevertheless closer to the Russians.

          Vladimir! hi
          Yes, the Gagauz are Orthodox and they are my brothers.
          1. Flooding
            Flooding 5 February 2014 12: 17
            0
            Quote: Apollon
            Yes, the Gagauz are Orthodox and they are my brothers.

            Apollon, my respect.
            Excuse me, but oddly enough, the Turkic-speaking brothers are all who speak Turkic. But nature does not tolerate straight lines. Life is a complicated thing, especially on the scale of peoples and ethnic groups. Sooner or later, you have to choose between blood relationship, and, say, spiritual, etc. I exaggerate, of course. It is very difficult to set out with a tongue-tied tongue a look at global problems. But I know for sure that sooner or later I will have to make a choice between many brothers.
            And I know for sure what choice the majority of the Gagauz people will make; bring them, God forbid, of course, make such a decision.
          2. Sergey ge
            Sergey ge 10 February 2014 03: 03
            0
            we are proud and honest people who will not give offense
      2. Sergey ge
        Sergey ge 4 February 2014 15: 20
        +7
        I'm from Gagauz Yeri
        1. Flooding
          Flooding 4 February 2014 15: 58
          +3
          Quote: Sergei Ge
          I'm from Gagauz Yeri

          Catch the "+" wink
          Unless, of course, participated in the referendum ...
          1. Sergey ge
            Sergey ge 10 February 2014 02: 50
            0
            all my friends and I went and voted
        2. Imperial
          Imperial 4 February 2014 16: 49
          0
          Hello Sergey! If we have time, tell us how you have it, how the people live, what are your aspirations? It would be interesting.
          1. Sergey ge
            Sergey ge 10 February 2014 02: 53
            +1
            Gagauzia will save Moldova
            From now on, the small brave Gagauz people will go down in the history of Europe due to the fact that they decided to hold a referendum and voted together on February 2 this year. for the preservation of Moldavian statehood.
            This is how the 98-percent DA of the Gagauzians should be understood to join their autonomy (Gagauz-Yeri) to the Customs Union. It doesn’t matter that this is practically impossible today, it doesn’t matter that the official authorities and Rosophobic political commentators, like the former Soviet historian-patriot Tsaran, shout about the illegality, unconstitutionality, wrongness of the bold act of the Gagauz and their leader Formuzal. More importantly, they told their YES NO to the European Union, our unionists, and personally Traian Basescu, as well as the lying governing triumvirate (CAT), slapping them all with a deafening slap in front of the world community.
            As we expected, the first and smaller leaders of the pro-European Coalition, cynically broadcasting as if the Moldavian people were eager to join the Paradise European Union, had been abused by the referendum organizers. Some even threatened them, and political analysts went further, demanding from the same checkpoint “use the power”, that is, to judge and imprison the guilty. Moreover, intelligent, thoroughly saturated with liberalism people. For example, Mr. Zhuk, Doctor of Philosophy from the Academy of Sciences, publicly asks: supposedly, where is the NIB looking? Apparently, he forgot for a minute that he did not live in the MSSR and that the KGB had long been abolished. Of course, there were some attacks on Russia, allegedly directing comratic events. This was indicated, in particular, by the aforementioned Mr. Turcanu, recently recently screened by almost all Moldovan television channels simultaneously. But liberals and democrats of all stripes shift the lion's share of responsibility to packers, although they only supported the idea, while the main political actors of this action are in fact “friends” against the communists (the “regional” Formuzal and members of the Democratic Party are mayor Comrat Dudoglo and chairman of the GAO People’s Assembly Konstantinov, who disobeyed the Central Administration of their Central Committee). Falsely analyzing the situation, the short-sighted leaders of the country themselves drive themselves into a dead end ...
            Today, the leaders of the Coalition have only one option left for self-rescue and access to the helm after the upcoming elections. Firstly: not to look stupidly, much less to persecute the "instigators" of the Gagauz popular will, realizing that they themselves generated this conflict through their policies. Secondly: after making a good face on a bad game, stop dropping Moldovans with a carrot and stick into the EU emergency house, very similar to the USSR before the collapse. Thirdly: stop the Romanization of Moldova and publicly dissociate itself from the unionist aspirations of the aggressive minority of our society. Otherwise, voters will arrange for them a civilized Moldavian "Maidan" in the autumn parliamentary elections.
          2. Sergey ge
            Sergey ge 10 February 2014 02: 54
            0
            The Moldovan authorities, who first announced the illegality of the February 2 referendum, made a lot of efforts to disrupt the vote and did not allow international observers to visit autonomy, showed their true character and demonstrated complete disregard for the fundamental European values ​​that they allegedly aspired to for four years. The former speaker of the Supreme Council of the unrecognized Gagauz republic, Mikhail Kendigelyan, said this to the NIKA-press agency. He also said that he had no doubt at all about the courage and conviction of his fellow countrymen-voters who had come to the vote en masse, and was sure that among local activists there would definitely be those who wanted to be among the observers of the plebiscite.

            The interlocutor of the agency in this connection noted the persistence and well-known courage of the Bashkan of Gagauzia Formuzal, shown by him during meetings with a number of diplomatic representatives of the EU countries in Moldova, which provided the work of some international observers on election day.

            In Gagauzia, however, they noticed another circumstance that showed certain moods in the Chisinau offices of individual parties, primarily those that actively supported the Gagauz Referendum: none of these organizations dared to officially and openly delegate their representatives to observe the vote.
    2. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 4 February 2014 08: 42
      +4
      Quote: Alex66
      Such a referendum would be held in the regions of Ukraine

      If the highest authority continues to chew snot, then this will happen.
  6. Leopold
    Leopold 4 February 2014 08: 28
    +4
    The support of all these referenda, rallies and requests for adoption ... looks beautiful when the country is on horseback. As soon as problems with the economy begin, leapfrog in power, support for these speeches will necessarily come around - the Caucasus, Tatarstan, Tuva and others from the local kings will want to create their own, without fail a great, mini-state like Transnistria.
    Therefore, you need to work carefully here.
    1. SPLV
      SPLV 4 February 2014 10: 53
      +3
      There is no need for accuracy. We need a normal state national policy. For starters, it is necessary to make, in fact, not nominally the Russian language first, but national languages ​​additional. It is necessary to eliminate small national ambitions, such as replacing the Tatar-Mongol yoke with the yoke of the Golden Horde, and the like. We need existing laws and measures that suppress nationalism ... A lot of what needs to be done from what is not being implemented. Then separatism will turn from a problem into a joke.
    2. DEfindER
      DEfindER 4 February 2014 12: 18
      0
      Quote: Leopold
      support for these speeches will necessarily come around - the Caucasus, Tatarstan, Tuva and others from the local kings will want to create their own, without fail a great, mini-state

      We already have a federation, and all these regions have sufficient independence, and it is not profitable for them to completely separate themselves ..
      And the government should make it so that the peoples themselves realize that power and prosperity are in unity, and for this you just need to follow the will of the people, and not vice versa, as in Moldova ..
  7. Nitarius
    Nitarius 4 February 2014 08: 42
    +1
    Quote: Leopold
    The support of all these referenda, rallies and requests for adoption ... looks beautiful when the country is on horseback. As soon as problems with the economy begin, leapfrog in power, support for these speeches will necessarily come around - the Caucasus, Tatarstan, Tuva and others from the local kings will want to create their own, without fail a great, mini-state like Transnistria.
    Therefore, you need to work carefully here.

    still how neat!
    But first NEEDS NEIGHBORS to UNDERSTAND -US. that And they have a LOT of DIFFERENT PEOPLES. And that STATES must also SEPARATE FROM USA! for the ENEMY must be beaten with his own WEAPON!
  8. viktsavenko
    viktsavenko 4 February 2014 08: 55
    +1
    The best way to know the opinion of the people is to ask him (referendum). It is a pity that officials of all stripes consider themselves the most intelligent, knowing what people need. This is everywhere, in all countries. And we need to support everyone who wants to be with us. You can’t leave your own, no matter what nationality they are!
  9. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 4 February 2014 08: 58
    +6
    The fate of quasi-states is the same. Both Ukraine and Moldova are non-states created by the USSR for their own purposes. The USSR is gone and these incomprehensible formations are falling apart. It is noteworthy that the clever leaders of the "new formations", primarily of Belarus and Kazakhstan, are striving to integrate into one geopolit. space with Russia because only with us they have the opportunity to survive and develop. the rest are slowly falling apart. To this you can add Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and even the Baltic states are depopulated.
    1. DEfindER
      DEfindER 4 February 2014 12: 23
      +1
      Quote: FC Skif
      The fate of quasi-states is one and the same. What is Ukraine, what is Moldova - sub-states created by the USSR

      What is interesting, not only in Moldova it is officially forbidden to hold referenda, but also in Ukraine, there is also no concept of a referendum in the constitution. Guess with 3 times who wrote them a constitution?
      1. Jogan-xnumx
        Jogan-xnumx 4 February 2014 13: 30
        0
        Quote: DEfindER
        What is interesting, not only in Moldova it is officially forbidden to hold referenda, but also in Ukraine, there is also no concept of a referendum in the constitution. Guess with 3 times who wrote them a constitution?

        You are wrong at the expense of Ukraine. hi There is such a concept in the Ukrainian Constitution. Moreover, under Kuchma, a referendum was held in Ukraine. Another question is that its results were put on the shelf as being disadvantageous to those in power. request
        Under Yushchenko, a referendum was initiated, and last fall, too. The authorities simply stupidly ignored their conduct. They, in advance, like everyone else, know about their results and these results are also not beneficial for the authorities.
      2. Flooding
        Flooding 5 February 2014 14: 18
        0
        Quote: DEfindER
        What is interesting, not only in Moldova it is officially forbidden to hold referenda, but also in Ukraine, there is also no concept of a referendum in the constitution. Guess with 3 times who wrote them a constitution?

        Just the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova provides for a referendum.
        Another thing is that the Moldovan authorities defend their exclusive right to carry it out and turn this right to the left.
    2. Flooding
      Flooding 5 February 2014 14: 16
      0
      Quote: FC Skif
      What is Ukraine, what is Moldova - non-states created by the USSR for their own purposes

      Not knowing the history, there is nothing to talk about the fate of the countries.
      Browse through books or something.
      In the second half of the XNUMXth century, Moldova was, not afraid of high-flown phrases, a shield of Orthodoxy from the Port.
  10. Horst78
    Horst78 4 February 2014 09: 12
    0
    When I read "Chisinau" for some reason, "Kiev" what what is it for?
  11. Name
    Name 4 February 2014 09: 20
    +6
    More than 95% of voters who voted in favor of integration with the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan- what can I say, Welcome to the TS!
  12. nov_tech.vrn
    nov_tech.vrn 4 February 2014 09: 27
    0
    experience shows that, where the "democratic" proteges crawled through on the territory of the former USSR, in a year or two of their reigns, they begin to turn the local population against themselves, only the losses from their rule should be counted as 1 year to 10.
  13. kirgudu
    kirgudu 4 February 2014 09: 50
    0
    It is up to the comprador government of the Russian Federation.
  14. slon53
    slon53 4 February 2014 10: 01
    +8
    When the Soviet Union collapsed, Yeltsin did not even remember that in Moldova, Ukraine and other republics, people voted for a single state. Nobody listened to them and did not want to listen, as, however, even now. The fact that Gagauzia declared its desire for a CU is not a special case, but a general tendency in the post-Soviet republics, especially since Transnistria has long spoken out for this. And this is a good example for Ukraine. Naturally, the ruling elite of Moldova, being citizens of Romania, will by all means strive to drag the country into the European Union. With such results of the referendum, it will be very difficult, especially since there is a similar trend in Moldova, and especially Transnistria. But Russia cannot be rushed by such facts, there (in Moldova, Ukraine) pro-Russian sentiments need only be supported.
    1. DEfindER
      DEfindER 4 February 2014 12: 28
      0
      Quote: slon53
      When the Soviet Union collapsed, Yeltsin did not even remember that in Moldova, Ukraine and other republics, people voted for a single state.

      The main thesis of EBN-a is that the RSFSR has always fed other republics, and that we must get rid of them by all possible means. Actually, I consider him the main separatist and even a greater culprit of the collapse of the country than Brokeback, he wanted to conclude at least a new union agreement ..
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    3. siberalt
      siberalt 4 February 2014 13: 44
      +3
      In general, three people voted for the "Belovezhsky agreement", but at night while everyone was asleep.
  15. slon53
    slon53 4 February 2014 10: 01
    +1
    When the Soviet Union collapsed, Yeltsin did not even remember that in Moldova, Ukraine and other republics, people voted for a single state. Nobody listened to them and did not want to listen, as, however, even now. The fact that Gagauzia declared its desire for a CU is not a special case, but a general tendency in the post-Soviet republics, especially since Transnistria has long spoken out for this. And this is a good example for Ukraine. Naturally, the ruling elite of Moldova, being citizens of Romania, will by all means strive to drag the country into the European Union. With such results of the referendum, it will be very difficult, especially since there is a similar trend in Moldova, and especially Transnistria. But Russia cannot be rushed by such facts, there (in Moldova, Ukraine) pro-Russian sentiments need only be supported.
  16. morpogr
    morpogr 4 February 2014 10: 33
    +3
    Well done Gagauzians are a worthy example of how to democratically send the West and the EU. It must be adopted simultaneously with Transnistria.
  17. Nasty pirate
    Nasty pirate 4 February 2014 11: 53
    0
    It’s just that the Americans have invested little money or not at all at work with the population in Moldova. Several years of Russophobia in the Moldovan media, as has long been happening in Ukraine, and the majority of the population will be against joining the CU.
    1. Flooding
      Flooding 4 February 2014 12: 40
      +3
      Quote: NastyPirate
      It’s just that the Americans have invested little money or not at all at work with the population in Moldova. Several years of Russophobia in the Moldovan media, as has long been happening in Ukraine, and the majority of the population will be against joining the CU.

      Nonsense. Twenty-four years of Russophobia is not enough? The work was carried out all this time without stopping or interruption. But while the older generation is still alive, nothing shines for the Americans and Romanian henchmen.
    2. Gagauz
      Gagauz 5 February 2014 19: 42
      +1
      In our country, the Gagauz people have a mentality almost identical to the Russian mentality, with only one difference: the older generation (especially relatives) is in high esteem. And these are the main media. Both my father and grandfather said to me "Russians are very good and kind people, stick to them, respect them, don't betray them and they will treat you the same way." And how can I bring up my children in a different way? While in our mentality there is a transfer of experience through the older generation, they will not succeed, even for very big money.
      1. Sergey ge
        Sergey ge 10 February 2014 02: 58
        0
        totally agree with you yes
  18. JonnyT
    JonnyT 4 February 2014 12: 40
    +1
    There is a democratic government. It wanted to give a damn about the opinion of its citizens ... it is such a democracy
  19. Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. 4 February 2014 12: 51
    +1
    They announced that they strongly opposed the referendum and in any case did not recognize its results.

    Clear pepper. The opinion of the passport nation is not interested, but here are national minorities.
    Quote: NastyPirate
    . Several years of Russophobia in the Moldovan media, as has long been happening in Ukraine,

    The values ​​are different for pressure on Russia, and therefore invested less. Yes, and why, who has raked in power, and the population, as you see, no one asks.
  20. sinukvl
    sinukvl 4 February 2014 13: 41
    +6
    At the beginning of Transnistria, now Gagauzia. Europe is time to think about whether the peoples of other countries want to join the European Union, otherwise you will see that Europe will become the main factor in the revival of the USSR.
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 4 February 2014 13: 48
      +2
      Yes, a good spit to the Eurek. Never mind, they will wipe themselves off and say that this is all Putin's propaganda.
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  21. Robert Nevsky
    Robert Nevsky 4 February 2014 15: 35
    +3
    Well done Bulgarians in Moldova! )))
  22. lestad
    lestad 4 February 2014 15: 42
    +3
    Orthodox must be together. Islamists attack
  23. Leshka
    Leshka 4 February 2014 19: 04
    0
    at this pace from Moldova there is nothing to stop
  24. alone
    alone 4 February 2014 21: 24
    +1
    I hope the matter does not come to bloodshed.
  25. Eugene
    Eugene 4 February 2014 23: 26
    0
    Bulgarian himself. Of these ... Ishmael ... As I understand the feelings of the Gagauz ....