Speaker of Parliament Zinaida Grechanyi said that she voted for peace, stability and the prosperity of the country. She voted for a person who, as the President, will be a real statehood supporter, will defend the country and will be proud of it and will never betray its sovereignty and independence, IPN reports.
After casting her ballot, the president of the Party of Socialists said the Moldovan people are peaceful and everyone should live in peace event if the country is a multinational one. It is important to avoid hatred. Even if it was a difficult campaign, she believes in the people’s wisdom. “It is a very important day for the Republic of Moldova as the country’s people are electing their ruler who should be a statehood supporter, should defend the Republic of Moldova, should be proud of the own country and should never want to concede the country to another state,” said Zinaida Grechanyi.
Polling stations in Moldova are open between 7am and 9pm. In the runoff vote, the elections are declared valid regardless of the voter turnout. The candidate with the highest score is declared winner. If both of the candidates get the same score, the candidate who gained more votes in the first round emerges victorious.