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Moldova Elections Aren’t About Europe or Russia. They’re About Moldova.

After this week’s U.S. election, not many in the United States or Western Europe are focused on the elections that are taking place in Moldova. Those who have been following saw a fascinating political drama unfold, as Maia Sandu took 38 percent of the vote to Socialist Party’s Igor Dodon’s 48 percent in the first round of voting October 30 — results close enough to force a runoff election between the two candidates scheduled for November 13.
Sandu is a political upstart, representing the recently founded Action and Solidarity Party, with a campaign warchest of only $20,000. The more …read more

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