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End Sandu’s dictatorship! – says protesters unhappy with Sandu’s policies as they hit the streets in Bucharest

The reception that Moldovan President Maia Sandu faced in Bucharest, where she arrived for the European People’s Party (EPP) congress, was clearly not as warm as she had hoped.

Both Romanians and Moldovans residing in Romania took to the streets to protest against Sandu’s policies. All of them are united by their stand against the current authorities in Chisinau.

“Moldova is a dictatorship” was one of the least inflammatory protest writings spotted in the crowd. “Dictatorship” was the word seen pretty much in all of the slogans. The protesters were extremely displeased with the fact that the Moldovan president was trying to solve her own problems at their expense.

Participation in the EPP congress wasn’t the only event on Sandu’s program in Bucharest. She held talks with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and Romanian Senate President Nicolae Ciucă.


Such a full schedule speaks of one thing only, namely that Moldova needs help very much. But at what cost? You can’t arrest everyone.


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