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Moldova Elections 2014


28 November 2014

"Outcome of Moldova elections puts the credibility of the EU at stake"

 - Amanda Paul, EPC Policy Analyst 

Brussels, 28 November 2014This Sunday Moldovans will take to the polls to vote in one of the most important elections the country has ever faced. The 30 November elections are a significant test for Moldova's pro-European ruling coalition, a vote that could determine the country's geopolitical and development trajectory for the foreseeable future.

With opinion polls showing Moldova's public deeply divided with public sentiment evenly split between the pro-EU and pro-Russia camps, the vote could go anyway - rapid Europeanisation under a  pro-European government or a possible return to more multi-vectoral politics with Moldova steering a more middle course between Russia and Europe.

The EPC has been closely monitoring development in Moldova over the last 12 months publishing a number of analyses covering society, economy and politics. For comments related to the outcome, and the impact on both internal and foreign policy:

 Sunday and Monday: Amanda Paul, Policy Analyst, tel: +32 (0)499 316 868 email: a.paul@epc.eu  

 Monday only: Paul Ivan, Policy Analyst, tel: +32 (0)2 235 0880 email: p.ivan@epc.eu

 

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