The Molodovan presidential elections seen through the prism of oligarchy, anticorruption, feminism, geopolitics.
Pro-EU opposition candidate Maia Sandu won Moldova’s presidential runoff with 57.75% of the vote, according to the country’s central election commission. Incumbent President Igor Dodon, who is said to be backed by the Kremlin ahead of the poll, won 42.25% of the votes.
Maria Cernat & Boyan Stanislavski discuss with the Moldovan left-wing activist and journalist with the website PlatzForma.md Vitalie Sprinceana. The Molodvan presidential electionsk seen through the prism of oligarchy, anticorruption, feminism, geopolitics.
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