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Moldovans vote for new government amid talk of protests and poisoning

Moldovans voted in an election on Sunday that is likely to produce a hung parliament, splitting the eastern European country between pro-Western and pro-Russian forces at a time when its relations with the European Union have soured.
The current government wants closer EU integration and warns of catastrophe if the country falls back into Russia’s sphere of influence.But corruption scandals and worries over the health of its democracy have tarnished the country’s image and weakened the appeal of the pro-Western political class.Opinion polls suggest the opposition Socialist party, which favours closer ties to Moscow, will win most seats but fall short …read more

Source: Gulf times

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