Election in Moldova. The Neighborhood is worried
BSSB.BE en.publika.md/ 11.11.2016
Moldovan presidential elections are a crucial moment for the future of the state, declared president Klaus Iohannis on Monday, 31 October 2016, quoted by Agerpres.
He shows that throughout the day on Sunday he was kept informed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the progress of the elections, including through the embassy in Chisinau.
”I hope that the second round of the elections on 13 November 2016 will take place in good conditions, in compliance with European standards on the conduct of elections, fairness and transparency. I emphasize in this context the importance of further ensuring of internal stability and responsibility of the entire political class” says the president’s message sent after the first round of presidential elections in Moldova.
He stresses in this context the importance of further ensuring of internal stability and responsibility of the entire political class.
“The Strategic Partnership for Moldova’s European integration between Romania and Moldova has to be developed and deepened, as well as the reform process in the European spirit, to further the European integration and in the specific benefit of all Moldovan citizens,” says Iohannis.
Moldovan presidential election winner will be decided in the second round on 13 November 2016, when the Socialist candidate Igor Dodon and Action and Solidarity Party candidate, Maia Sandu will face each other.
At elections, the people is always right, believes President of Romania Klaus Iohannis.
On Wednesday, he visited the Central University Library in Bucharest and took part in a discussion with Romanian university students and professors. Its verbatim record – the President’s address to the assembly and his answers – was published on the Presidential Administration’s website.
Asked to comment on “the anti-European sayings” by presidential candidate Igor Dodon of the Party of Socialists, Klaus Iohannis replied that “elections belong to the people of Moldova”.
“When we speak of elections, we should bear in mind that the people is always right. We can comment on this or that election result and express our likes or dislikes. We can ponder over the extent to which an election result can satisfy this or that political party. But it is apparent that we may not say that an election result is good or bad as such. The result is as it is”, stressed President Iohannis.
He remarked that Romania and the Republic of Moldova have special relations.
“We have a common history, a common culture and I think – a common future to come one day. We are neighbors having so much in common that we simply must consider how we should do something really worthy of these relations. We have analyzed what we had done well and what – bad since the 1990s, and we have arrived at a conclusion that those actions were on the whole inefficient, to put it mildly”, said the Romanian President.
He went on saying that pro-European parties were created in Moldova, including some with the help of Romanian politicians.
“In some instances, such parties even came into power. But they reached a certain point when they found themselves without a substantial number of voters. So, the conclusion is as follows: in recent years, we often used to help to concrete personalities instead of helping Moldova, its state institutions and political parties. Sometimes, these personalities achieved good results, but sometimes they failed their projects. That’s why now see that it is erroneous to help certain persons, and that it is important to help Moldova and Moldovans”, stated Klaus Iohannis.
In his opinion, it is important for Romania at the present moment to help the Moldovan economy get to its feet and to help Moldova build efficient state institutions and a strong democracy.
“If all this comes out well, the Republic of Moldova will become as strong as we. And we will then receive a neighbor of the same height as ourselves – a neighbor with whom we could talk seriously and build a common future. If we replace empty words and populism with concrete deeds, Moldovans will get convinced that it is good to remain in close relationship with Romania and to strive for Europe”, said President Klaus Iohannis.
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