The leader of the Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” Andrei Năstase said that he voted together with his family for a future Moldova in which the people live well alongside their brothers and sisters reunited at home. When going out of the polling station, he said he voted for a Moldova in which the MPs and ministers work for the people, IPN reports.
Andrei Năstase came to the polling station accompanied by his wife and daughter and by party mates. “I voted for the best team Moldova ever had. I voted for the capacities of some of the people who sacrificed themselves for the country. I encourage all the citizens of the Republic of Moldova to go to church before or after going to the polls and light a candle for the future of the Republic of Moldova and to mandatorily vote, regardless of their political color and option,” stated the leader of PPPDA.
He noted that the living conditions in the Republic of Moldova can be improved if the people are united and combine forces for the country’s benefit.
For the elections to be validated, the turnout should be at least 1/3 of the voters. Polling stations are open between 7am and 9pm.