According to CEC, in the first round of presidential elections in Moldova, ex-Prime Minister Maya Sandu is ahead of the incumbent President Igor Dodon.
The Central Election Commission has processed 99.01% of ballots.
It is estimated that Sandu received 35.42% of the vote and Dodon 33.16%. Our Party leader Renato Moustache with 16.98% of the votes closes the top three.
Voter turnout exceeded the 33.33% threshold and the CEC declared the elections to have taken place.
However, as no candidate has garnered more than 50% of the votes, Maya Sandu and Igor Dodon will meet in the second round of elections, which is due on 15 November.Latvia will not let the energy produced at the BelAES enter the country