It became known who the fugitive oligarch Plahotniuc will appoint as Prime Minister of Moldova

The head of the Pro Moldova deputy group, Andrian Candu, representing the interests of corrupt officials who escaped from the country, decided on the candidacy for the post of head of the new government.

It became known who the fugitive oligarch Plahotniuc will appoint as Prime Minister of Moldova

This was told by the representative of the Party of Socialists Bogdan Tsyrdya.

According to him, Kandu intends to nominate Prime Minister Vadim Brynzan, who during the brief premiership of Maya Sandu was the Minister of Economy. Cirdea also drew attention to the fact that it was Brynzan who played a key role in the deal to sell a 95% stake in Chisinau Airport to Nathaniel Rothschild.

It is understood that Brynzan’s candidacy will be a compromise in the deal between Plahotniuc and Candu. In addition, the presidency of Maya Sandu should become a “compromise”.

Political situation in Moldova

The pro-Western opposition bloc ACUM — the union of the Action and Solidarity parties of Maya Sandu and Andrei Nastase’s Dignity and Truth — united in a coalition with the Socialist Party following last year’s parliamentary elections.

Then Maya Sandu, who recently spoke at opposition rallies, was given the opportunity to form a government. However, she was not the prime minister for long. Sandu tried to bypass the parliament to obtain the right to single-handedly nominate candidates for the post of Attorney General. This led to another political crisis, which ended with the resignation of the government. After that, the coalition broke up, and the ACUM bloc was again in opposition.

Now both Sandu and Nastase intend to participate in the presidential race. In addition, they began to collaborate with the Pro Moldova group. The new political formation was created by deputies who left the Democratic Party when it united with the socialists.

The leader of Pro Moldova was the speaker of the parliament of the times of Plahotniuc Andrian Candu. According to reports, Pro Moldova is funded by oligarchs who fled the country and involved in financial fraud. In particular, at least 150 thousand euros were paid to every deserter democrat.

It is noteworthy that in the past Sandu and Nestas were ardent opponents of Vladimir Plahotniuc. Now they are interacting with deputies who are lobbying for the interests of a runaway corrupt official, hoping that they will be able to destroy the parliamentary majority of the socialists and PDM, while removing the government. To this end, Pro Moldova continues to bribe Democrats, luring them to their side.


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