Key from December 5, 2019 IPN newscast
It started to be difficult and the end is expected to be even more difficult...
The MPs adopted the general indicators of the 2020 state budget. The draft budgetary-fiscal and customs policy for 2020 and for a medium term was agreed after being given a first reading.
“The wise” cannot take the stone out
Jurist Stanislav Pavlovski, former judge at the ECHR and former minister of justice, said the judgment passed by the ordinary court of law in the case of ex-Premier Vlad Filat is the only equitable solution. According to Traian Băsescu, when saying that Maia Sandu contributed to the release of Filat, Igor Dodon aims to shift the blame onto Sandu and this shows how perfidious he is. Minister of Justice Fadei Nagachevski said the Ciocana Court’s decision to release ex-Premier Vlad Filat on parole will be appealed to a higher court. The new acting director of Penitentiary No. 13 appealed against the court judgment by which ex-Premier Vlad Filat was set free to the Appeals Court.
“Russian world” and the propaganda
In a news conference at IPN, Vlad Biletski said that NTV Moldova channel on November 30 broadcast a program by which it manipulated and disseminated falsehoods, replacing real deeds with untruths and own opinions. As a result, the public opinion was misled. A person watching this program could form the conclusion that the Heroes Cemetery situated on Decebal Blvd has nothing to do with Romania and the Romanians and is a Russian cemetery as the first soldier buried there was of Russian origin.
Who should mend fences?
If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday in Moldova, three parties would enter Parliament: the Party of Socialists (PSRM), the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) and the Democratic Party (PDM). According to a poll carried out by the Public Opinion Fund, the PSRM would get 42% of the vote, the PAS – 26.3% and the PDM – 6.1%. If the undecided voters are excluded, the Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” (PPPDA) would also enter Parliament. The votes would be distributed as follows: the PSRM – 48%, the PAS – 30%, the PDM – 7% and the PPPDA – 6.4%.
Not everyone prefers “Belomorkanal”
In a referendum where the voters will have to choose between Moldova’s entry into the European Union and the country’s entry into the Eurasian Economic Union, 39.7% of the respondents of a poll would pick the first option, while 36.3% the second. Some 12.6% would vote for both of the options, while 2.1% would not take part in such a referendum.
What does the group of Ilan Shor think about it?
Prime Minister Ion Chicu said the Government’s burden as regards the servicing of the state guarantees issued for covering the bank fraud could be reduced. The National Bank and the Ministry of Finance are to design a relevant mechanism.
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