Following the processing of almost 100% of the reports, 51 candidates in the uninominal constituencies will accede to the future Legislative after the elections are validated. Reporters of the Anticorupţie.md portal compiled these candidates’ profile, their welfare and scandals targeting them. About the winners in the constituencies Nb. 1-17, read here,
Following the processing of almost 100% of the reports, 51 candidates in the uninominal constituencies will accede to the future legislative after the elections are validated. Reporters of the Anticorupţie.md portal compiled a profile about the candidates in uninominal constituencies and their property. About the winners in the constituencies Nb. 18-34,
Dozens of judges from the Republic of Moldova received last year expensive gifts from parents, parents-in-law and relatives. Either it's about flats, houses or money, in some cases the value of the gifts amounts to thousands of lei. While magistrates say that donations are due exclusively to the generosity
În cinci ani, din 2013 până în 2017, procurorii au intentat peste 100 de dosare penale în privința primarilor și președinților de raioane. Este un calcul elementar al reporterilor Centrului de Investigaţii Jurnalistice care au analizat informaţiile din surse deschise şi au discutat cu mai mulţi edili. Cel mai des, în
The head of the court Oleg Melniciuc, his mother and some of his relatives will get apartments and commercial property in the residential block on the street Hristo Botev 6 in Chisinau, which is currently being built for the magistrates of Rascani District Court in the capital and for
Almost every month, law enforcement officers of Ukraine report about delaying of alcohol and cigarettes smuggling from Moldova. However, in Ukraine the quantity of smuggled goods does not become less–“Privoz” in Odessa, which is one of the oldest and largest existing markets in Europe, is crowded with contraband cigarettes.
Stereotypes and poverty close their way to school. Many Roma girls get married when they are teens and they abandon school. Most of them do not finish the 9th grade because they are forced to stay home and take care of younger brothers and household. The authorities do not
Children in Moldova start drinking early in primary grades and when they grow up, most of them get drunk at least once. Cases of alcoholic poisoning are increasing among children, while the authorities do not have a clear mechanism for preventing such cases. The temptation is greater for children
Residents in two villages in district Straseni risk losing a project worth eight million lei, money that was earmarked for the construction of an aqueduct. The tender for selecting the company in charge with works was already organized four times and each time it was challenged by several companies.