Moldova Noastra Alliance leader keeps on claiming he must become next president
Moldova Noastra Alliance leader MP Serafim Urechean thinks he simply must become a 4th President of the Republic of Moldova, and provides concrete arguments in favor of his conviction in the article he published in Moldavskiye Vedomosti, a Russian-language newspaper strongly oppositional to the ruling Communist Party and particularly to its Chairman, President of Moldova Vladimir Voronin, reported Infotag.
Urechean highlighted, in particular, that for eight years the parliamentary Republic of Moldova has been under the dictatorship of President Voronin, though the nation as a whole has never elected him. [Both in 2001 and 2005, he was elected to the supreme post by a majority in the 101-member legislature.]
"As a politician who has withheld this entire [communist] epoch in the opposition, I must free my compatriots from this deceit, must bring democracy back for the country, and must build a state power system accountable to the civil society", maintained the MNA leader.
He accused the incumbent president of imposing his personal control over all state power institutions, and stated that he shall become a president "for the sake of reviving the principle of the division, independence and cooperation of the legislative, executive and judicial power branches".
Urechean criticized as "incorrect" the constantly changing external political course waged by the ruling Communist Party, which periodically changes from a Western to an Eastern one, then back to a Western course and so forth. In his conviction, Moldova's external course shall be strictly oriented to European integration.
"I consider it is my duty to become a president in order to put an end to the policy of depopulation of the country, to embark on developing the production and let people earn their living at home, remaining together with their families and relatives", wrote Serafim Urechean.