Renato Usatyi says Igor Dodon spent €11m on election campaign

The leader of the Our Party Political Party Renato Usatyi made serious accusations against incumbent President Igor Dodon. The mayor of Bălți, who ran for President, said he possesses information and documents he received from Russia, showing that the President during the past five months reported costs of €11 million, IPN reports.

“I possess documents I received today (November 11, e.n.) from the Russian Federation, which are a kind of audit-analysis of the costs incurred by Igor Dodon that were presented to the Russian Federation. It is a total sum of €11 million for the three-month election campaign, including the first and second rounds of voting. But the whole period is of five months, not only the electoral period,” Renato Usatyi stated in the talk show “Secrets of the Power” on Jurnal TV channel.

According to the data presented by the leader of the Our Party, there is a huge discrepancy between the costs indicated by candidate Igor Dodon in the reports submitted to the Central Election Commission and those indicated in the documents he possesses.

The information presented by Renato Usatyi show logistics costs were incurred for 32 persons, including plane trips and hotel accommodation. “It was earlier reported that 32 persons came from the Russian Federation. A sum of €64,000 was spent on their accommodation, food, logistics and transportation to Moldova,” he stated.

The mayor of Bălți noted the same documents show that during the past five months, in connection with the presidential elections, there were made the following payments: €560,000 for Igor Dodon’s electoral staff, €1,250,000 for online projects, €1,200,000 for propaganda, €850,000 for the youth organizations.

The politician said that €190,000 was allocated for the transportation of particular persons. “This money was allocated for transport, for what will happen on the night of Monday after elections. They prepare the project they called “Maidan Moldova” – the brining of titushkas from Ukraine for mounting protests as a result of the vote count. The organization of transport to Moldova, bus rental, etc.,” stated Renato Usatyi.

Moreover, the Security and Intelligence Service was apparently informed about such acts.

Renato Usatyi refused to make public the documents he possesses, saying particular persons could be harmed. “Moscow exploded today after I declared I possess particular documents,” he noted.

Asked if he has evidence that can be provided to prosecutors, Renato Usatyi said the set of relevant documents must be collected by the prosecutors themselves.

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