The dismissal of the Strelet cabinet means the end of what was called the pro-European coalition.
Romania and Moldova have developed very strong ties, resulting mainly from many years of common history, language and cultural heritage.
It is the first time in the country’s history that such a high-ranking politician and one who also belongs to the ruling government camp will face a court trial.
On 6th September the largest anti-government protests since the beginning of the 1990s were organised by the pro-European Civic Platform ‘Dignity and Truth’.
Due to conflicts between the leaders of the three parties, the new coalition will be unstable.
The local election results have been very satisfactory for the pro-European parties, especially in the context of the bad public mood.
The media in Russia and Transnistria are building up the threat of war from Ukraine and Moldova against the separatist republ
The unexpected escalation of social tensions testifies to the discreditation of the ruling coalition.
The experience of the last year indicates that the lifting of the EU visa regime for Moldovans hasn't had impact on migration security in EU countries.
With control over the state in the hands of two oligarchs questions are raised regarding the prospects of Moldova’s real modernisation.