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WatchDog’s primary aim is to contribute to establishing of a favorable environment for the democratic development of the Republic of Moldova.
Republic of Moldova’s television content and the manner in which it is shaping electoral behavior: an assessment of Russia’s influence on the country’s geo-political options
The study examines the way in which voters' opinion about the country's foreign orientation options is formed. On the example of reflecting the global state leaders’ actions, it is proved the Russian television’s domination over informing most...read more
We, the Signatory Organizations, members of the Civic Coalition for Free and Fair Elections, and of the National Platform of Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum, and other non-governmental organizations, Understanding the mission and responsibility of...read more
Intimidation of the expert of Transparency International Moldova – Veaceslav Negruta, ex-Minister of Finance
Intimidation of the expert of Transparency International Moldova – Veaceslav Negruta, ex-Minister of Finance Veaceslav Negruta, expert of Transparency International Moldova, has come under increasing pressure from the current government...read more
The study examines the legislation and the process which designs the delimitation of the uninominal constituencies in the Republic of Moldova. The author's conclusion is that most of the recommendations of the Venice Commission have not been taken into...read more
Moldova is fully dependent on the Russian Federation for its gas and electricity supplies. This threatens the country’s energy security. 1. Gas sector Moldova’s annual gas consumption is nearly 1 billion m3, with Gazprom the main supplier. The gas interconnector...read more