Moldavian President doesn’t believe mass unrest to repeat
Moldavian President Vladimir Voronin does not believe mass unrests and disorders to repeat after the parliamentary elections on July 29.
"I don't think that Moldova should once again pass on the scenario of April 7, endure such a scenario or its citizens will accept that scenario," Voronin said after voting at a polling station, RIA Novosti reported.
Moldova is holding early parliamentary elections on July 29. Previous elections were held on April 5, but the opposition was dissatisfied with election results and declared on their falsification putting on the streets thousands of young people. As a result of the actions of crowds, houses of the parliament and the presidential administration were looted.
In addition, Voronin said that if the pre-election situation slid to the situation on April 7, the law enforcement bodies should act appropriately. Voronin voiced his confidence in absolute victory of the Communist Party lead by him.