Moldova. A small dictatorship
BSSB.BE jurnal.md 07.03.2016
*In RM, there is a unique dictatorship
In Moldova is installed a dictatorship with unique particularities and this thing must be taken into account. Or, if a big part of dictators from all over the world are public persons, are charismatic and elected, at least formally, then the dictator from the RM is not charismatic at all, does not display himself in public and has not been elected by anyone. About it talked the renowned political analyst from the Jamestown Foundation, Vladimir Socor, during a phone conversation at the Jurnal TV.
- “The fact that in the RM is dictatorship is an already accepted notion. We have dictatorship. Some with very unique particularities, which we do not meet somewhere else. First of all, he is a dictator that has not been elected.
- Most of the dictators from the world are, in the end, elected. With more or less fuss, with political propaganda, but they are however formally elected. The dictator from the RM has not been elected by anyone.
- The majority of dictators are public persons, they display themselves, communicate with the citizens whom they see as servants. Mister Plahotniuc does not display himself. He does not communicate with the citizens. He is a secretive, hidden, unconfessed dictator. The dictators, as a rule, are confessed. They assume constitutional, political responsibility. Mister Plahotniuc has no responsibility: nor legal, nor constitutional, nor personal”, mentioned Vladimir Socor, at the “Cabinetul din Umbră”, from the Jurnal TV.
“And, unlike many dictators, Mister Plahotniuc is not a charismatic person, not at all. He probably is knowing this thing and this explains, partially, why he does not come out in public. These are the unique particularities of the political power from the RM, which we have to take into account”, added the analyst from the Jamestown.
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