"Our President is Bessarabia German"

Written by Thomas Gassler Thursday, 29 October 2009 13:44

Read more...„The ties between Germany and Moldova are historical", opens Nikolaus von der Wenge Graf Lambsdorff, the German ambassador to Moldova, his lecture at University Perspectiva. „Our Bundespräsident Horst Köhler officially declared that he was a Bessarabia German."

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"We, Gagauzians, are a tolerant people"

Written by Thomas Gassler Tuesday, 20 October 2009 14:36

Read more...Gagauzians have their own government, their own administration, their own university and with Gagauzian their own language. The highest political representative is called Başkan and sits in the capital Comrat. Moldovarious.com visited Başkan Dr. Mihail Formuzal during his public office hours and got to know more about their history, their ambitions in tourism and his opinion about the EU.

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Day of Liberation

Written by Michael Bobick Friday, 01 May 2009 13:52

Read more...April 12, 2009 marked the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Tiraspol from Nazi forces in World War II. In Transnistria, the day is officially known as 'Day of the Liberation of the City from German Fascist Invaders'. While this may not easily roll off the tongue, it is simply known to most as the 'Day of Liberation'.

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Moldova Faces Uncertain Future

Written by Moldovarious.com Tuesday, 07 April 2009 22:33

Read more...The presidential palace and the parliament were target of 10.000 demonstrators who gathered on Tuesday noon in Chisinau's main street Stefan cel Mare. The furious mob, which did anything else than agree with the victory of the Communist Party in Sunday's parliament elections, attacked Moldovan police forces in front of the buildings and smashed countless windows by throwing stones.

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Election Fever in Moldova

Written by Patrick Griesser Saturday, 04 April 2009 12:50

Read more...On Sunday April 5, 2009, the fifth elections, since the Republic of Moldova was proclaimed independent, will take place. All Moldovan citizens over the age of 18, with the exception of individuals declared incapacitated or sentenced to imprisonment by a final court decision for serious crimes, will elect a new parliament which will be the supreme representative body of the people and the only legislative authority of the state.

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