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Tag Archives: Moldova

In Transnistria, there is an increase in conflict of different governmental branches, as well as the conflict between the president and…

Case of the “Petrenko Group” goes to court. Political prisoners are still in detention Originally appeared at Moldnews, translated by Greg…

Over the past five years, there have reportedly been several incidents where smugglers in the former Soviet Union have tried…

We call to suspend the Moldova’s membership in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) because of the…

This was announced by former deputy Alexander Petkov, who is with the wife of political prisoner Grigory Petrenko and lawyer…

A protester hung a copy of the petition to free the Petrenko Group on the door of Moldova’s UN Mission….

The case of the Petrenko Group, as the arrested ex-deputy Grigory Petrenko and other activists have been dubbed, quickly received…

Event in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1624868801102896/ Petition: https://goo.gl/tNrBg1 On Sept. 6, police in Chisinau, Moldova, brutally attacked a protest against oligarchy and austerity. Several…

The following letter was sent by Moldovan political prisoner Grigory Petrenko, former parliamentary deputy and leader of the Red Bloc…

Demands pour in for the immediate release of Grigory Petrenko and his comrades. This article originally appeared at moldnews.md, translated by…

On September 6, protesters have set up tents outside the government building in the Moldovan capital of Chisinau. The main…

In stark contrast to the “Yes Platform” rally in Chisinau, Red Bloc’s march of several hundred people was met with…

Detention of the honorary member of PACE, Grigore Petrenco, and other oppositionists in the Republic of Moldova contradicts the principles…

This article originally appeared at Moldnews, translated by Greg Butterfield The Rascani Sector Court in Chisinau ordered 30 days detention for…

Protesters from Petrenko’s group, detained for 72 hours on Sunday, September 6 were taken on Tuesday, September 8, to the…