About the fast-food style enthronement of the government, the blue dream money laundering scheme and the $ 1.000.000.000 fraud

IPN Flow Synopsis for November 14, 2019

In a snap

Although the other day Andrian Candu has stated that there are some conditions under which the Democratic Party could vote for a government led by Ion Chicu, and that his party did not take any decision in this regard yet, PDM has voted unconditionally together with the Socialists for the Ion Chicu government, about which Maia Sandu has said that Igor Dodon wants a government to control, to use for electoral purposes.

We saw what happened...

The new opposition has lambasted the rush with which has been invested the new cabinet of ministers, that, according to them, is presented as a technocratic one while it is actually a PDM-PSRM government. As candidate, Ion Chicu, has brought forward the list of proposed ministers and the activity program of the new executive. Six of the president Igor Dodon’s advisers have been appointed in the new Government.

Lined up in Great National Assembly Square ( PMAN) they looked clean like a blue dream

Seizure in the case of 31 buses purchased for the capital. At the present stage there are four suspects investigated on charges of large-scale money laundering.

Some people’s silence worth $ 1.000.000.000

The essence of the fraud called the "theft of the billion" was the withdrawal of 14 billion lei from the National Bank under the pretext of covering the means that have vanished from the commercial banks. On November 13, 2019, 5 years have passed since the first granting of state guarantees amounting to 9.5 billion lei, decided on by the Government led then by Iurie Leancă, followed by another, in the amount of over 4 billion lei, decided on by the Government headed by Chiril Gaburici. For five years, the law enforcement agencies of the Republic of Moldova have not advanced in the investigation of the fraud.

Signed in the last hour of the Sandu Government

The Republic of Moldova will receive about 27 million dollars from the International Fund For Agricultural Development (IFAD). Six million are offered as a grant for financing small and medium-sized farmers for access to irrigation systems and rehabilitation of access infrastructure to agricultural lands.

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