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Posted by: Mazur Rodica
News / Social
12 June 2019 / 16:27
War veterans protested against President Igor Dodon's intention to federalize the country
Hundreds of combatants and Moldovan Veterans Associations gathered in the square of the cathedral in the capital, where they protested as a sign of dissatisfaction with President Igor Dodon's intention to federalize the country. They recognized him as a homeland traitor and even asked him to resign from office by a resolution. For the time being, the Presidency has not come up with a reaction, the Mesager reports.
We came to say not to the federalization of the country, we came to remind the leadership that 27 years ago we fought, the so-called President Dodon, through a vile understanding with Kozak to break the Transnistrian region from the motherland." "We are again kneeling before the Russian Empire and what President Dodon wants to do will not go. If we have, we will get up again." "We have now been remembered for 27 years, we war veterans, to be of no-one, war veterans, to be tested against destabilization of the country." "We have one goal, to strengthen the country of the Republic of Moldova, to go to the European Union, to go to the world of civilization and to escape once and for ever from the army in the area, to escape the energy security," protesters said.
The presidency has not yet commented on the accusations of veterans, who are also dissatisfied with socialists’ financing from abroad.
According to Mesager, the Prosecutor General's Office initiated a criminal case after publishing video recordings where Igor Dodon would admit to receiving monthly from Russia up to a million US dollars for financing the Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova. Investigators say they have already begun hearing people in this case.