Regions in Moldova where the opposition won local elections will not receive additional funds from the state budget. This statement was made by the country’s President Maia Sandu. RIA News.
Speaking at a forum in Chisinau, the president confirmed rumors that cities and villages where the ruling Action and Solidarity party failed to win a majority would be deprived of additional government funds.
“Money from the European Union and taxpayers in EU countries will go to regions where local authorities support our route towards European integration,” Sandu said.
Local council elections were held in Moldova in November. The ruling Action and Justice party won the majority in 19 of 35 districts.
On December 6, Irina Vlah, former president of the Gagauz Autonomous Region in Moldova, said that the current President Maia Sandu was appointed. “political investigation”.
On December 8, Moldovan authorities finally decided to obstruct 12 “guilty” TV channels.
They had previously named this condition in Moldova problem solving Transnistria.
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