The leader of the Party of Action and Solidarity Igor Grosu said that he today voted for good times and for a change, IPN reports.
“Today my vote is as valuable as your vote. The voter turnout matters a lot. An exemplary turnout will mean our victory, the victory of the people. That’s why I urge you to vote vigilantly as we see what’s happening around us. Beware of manipulation! The factories of dirt, you know whose, were made active,” noted Igor Grosu.
The PAS leader said he is sure that the people want a change. “The people are tired of thieves who rob us daily. We have been robbed for 30 years. The change started last November and should be made irreversible today,” stated the politician.
As many as 3 644 642 ballots were printed for the July 11 snap parliamentary elections. Polling stations are open until 9pm.