Moldova goes to the polls for the second round of its Presidential elections on Sunday, November 13. Elections, once again, are frame as a referendum on the country’s foreign policy. But, the EU appears to be losing this referendum.
Pro-Russian candidate is favourite
The first round on October 30 was a triumph for the pro-Russian candidate, Igor Dodon, who missed for a small margin of votes an outright victory. To avoid the run-off on November 14, Dodon had to pass the 50% threshold. He secure...

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