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    Christian-Democratic People's Party

    The Christian Democratic People's Party (Romanian: Partidul Popular Creştin Democrat, CDPP; Христианско-демократическая народная партия) is a Christian democratic political party in Moldova. In the last legislative elections on March 6, 2005, the party won 9.1% of the popular vote and 11 out of 101 seats. Led by Iurie Roşca, the CDPP and the National Liberal Party are the only major political parties in Moldova that support unification with Romania. Thanks to the support for the Communist President Vladimir Voronin he got reelected. Since 4 April 2005, PPCD lost several deputies, mayors, councillors and members to the liberal-democratic parties. The PPCD was an informal coalition party of the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova. It is the successor of the Democratic Movement of Moldova (1988–1989), Popular Front of Moldova (1989–1992), and the Christian Democratic Popular Front (1992–1999). In March 2005, the party became an observer member of the European People's Party. The 2002 one-month suspension of party's activities was found to be in violation of its freedoms of assembly and association by the European Court of Human Rights in 2006.
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    Ecologist Party of Moldova "Green Alliance"

    The Ecologist Party of Moldova "Green Alliance" (Romanian: Partidul Ecologist din Moldova "Alianţa Verde", PEMAV) is a green political party in Moldova. The party was established on April 9, 1992. The Founding Congress adopted the program and bylaws and elected the governing bodies. Gheorghe Malarciuc was the first leader of the party.
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    Confederation of Trade Unions of the Republic of Moldova

    The Confederation of Trade Unions of the Republic of Moldova (CSRM) is a national trade union center in Moldova. It is the direct descendant from the General Federation of Trade Unions of Moldova (FGSRM), the Soviet era trade union. The CSRM is affiliated with both the International Trade Union Confederation and the General Confederation of Trade Unions.
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    Republican Popular Party

    The Republican Popular Party (Partidul Popular Republican, PPR) is a political party in Moldova. It was founded in 1999 as Peasants' Christian Democratic Party of Moldova (Partidul Ţărănesc Creştin Democrat din Moldova). It was chaired by Vladimir Reus. At the last legislative elections, 6 March 2005, the party won 1.4% of the popular vote, but no seats. The 6th National Conference of the Peasants' Christian Democratic Party of Moldova took place on May 28, 2005. The conference decided to change the name of the party in Popular Republican Party, adopted a new status and programme of PRP. New chairman is Nicolae Andronic. The Bashkan of Gagauzia, Mihail Formuzal, is also a member of the party. The party is in opposition to the ruling Party of Communists
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    National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova

    The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is the central administrative authority which, as the central statistical body, manages and coordinates the activity in the field of statistics from the country. In its activity, NBS acts according to the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova, the Law on official statistics, other legislative acts, Parliament decisions, decrees of the President of the Republic of Moldova, ordinances, decisions and Government orders, international treaties of which the Republic of Moldova is part of. The NBS elaborates independently or in collaboration with other central administrative bodies and approves the methodologies of statistical and calculation surveys of statistical indicators, in accordance with international standards, especially those of the European Union, and with the advanced practice of other countries, as well as taking into account the peculiarities of the socio-economic conditions of the Republic of Moldova, organizes, following the programme of statistical works, annually approved by the Government, statistical surveys regarding the situation and economic, social, demographic development of the country, performing the works related to
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    Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova

    Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova

    The Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova (Moldovan: Partidul Comuniştilor din Republica Moldova (PCRM), Russian: Партия коммунистов Республики Молдова) is a communist political party in Moldova, led by Vladimir Voronin. It is the only communist party to have held a majority in government in the post-Soviet states. It is part of the Party of the European Left. It is the current opposition political party in Moldova. After the July 2009 parliamentary election, Alliance For European Integration has agreed to create a governing coalition that pushed the Communist party into opposition. The PCRM was registered as a political party in 1994. The PCRM was part of the Popular Patriotic Forces Front at the time of the 1996 presidential election, in which Voronin stood as the coalition's candidate and won 10.3% of the vote, placing third. The party supported Petru Lucinschi in the second round of the election, and following Lucinschi's victory the PCRM was given two positions in the government. In the March 1998 parliamentary election, the PCRM won 30.1% of the vote and 40 seats, becoming the largest party in parliament; in its platform, it called for "the rebirth of a socialist
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    Party of the Socio-Economic Justice of Moldova

    The Party of the Socio-Economic Justice of Moldova (Partidul Dreptăţii Social-Economice din Moldova) is an anti-corruption and populist political party in Moldova, led by Nicolae Alexei. At the last legislative elections, 6 March 2005, the party won 1.7% of the popular vote, but no seats. (http://www.alegeri2005.md/opponents/pdsem/program/)
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    Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova

    The Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (Romanian: Partidul Socialiştilor din Republica Moldova, PSRM) is a socialist political party in Moldova. Between 2005 and 2011 it was known as the Party of Socialists of Moldova «Motherland» (Partidul Socialiştilor din Moldova «Patria-Rodina», PSMPR). The PSRM was founded in 1997 by members of the Socialist Party of Moldova. The Founding Congress took place on 29 June, 1997 in Chişinău. Veronica Abramciuc and Eduard Smirnov were elected as co-chairmen of the new party. In 2011, Igor Dodon, former member of the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova, joined the party and was elected chairman on 18 December of the same year. Subsequently a Socialist Group, which includes three former representatives of the PCRM, was set up in the Parliament. The PSRM participated in the Moldovan parliamentary elections in 1998 and 2001 without success. In the 2005 legislative elections the party won as part of the Electoral Bloc Motherland 4.97% votes, what didn't allow it to jump over the electoral threshold of 6.0%. In the 2009 legislative elections in April and July and the 2010 legislative elections it supported the Party of Communists
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    Republican Socio-Political Movement Equality

    The Republican Socio-Political Movement Equality (Mişcare Social-Politică Republicană Ravnopravie) is a left-of-centre political party in Moldova. At the last legislative elections, on 6 March 2005, the party won 3.8% of the popular vote, but no seats. The party's political program seems to indicate a pro-Russian stance in relation to foreign policy, as the opening paragraphs of the document make the claim that "quality of life of citizens" was superior under the Soviet Union and that Moldova's socio-economic problems relate to Moldova's negative relationship with the Russian Federation . Political program
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    Social Democratic Party

    The Social Democratic Party (Romanian: Partidul Social Democrat, PSD) is an extra-parliamentary political party in Moldova, currently led by Victor Şelin. In the autumn of 1989, the materials of the 18th Stockholm Congress of Socialist International reached Chişinău from Estonia and did stir up a lot of debates among those dissatisfied with the political realities in Moldovan SSR. The party was founded on May 13, 1990, when was known as the Social Democratic Party of Moldova (Romanian: Partidul Social-Democrat din Moldova, PSDM). The Founding Conference elected Oazu Nantoi, Ion Negură, Alexandru Coşelev as the Party Co-chairpersons. Initially, the Social-Democratic Party of Moldova fought for the independence of the Moldovan SSR. That was the first party to promote the values of European social democracy in Moldova. At the third congress of the party, 25-26 February 1995, Anatol Ţăranu was elected as a new head of the party. On the eve of 1996 presidential elections, Social Democrats were the only ones to openly support Petru Lucinschi. During 1996-1998, the party underwent some internal problems generated from within by controversial opinions on the party political course as well
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    Electoral Bloc Motherland

    The Electoral Bloc Motherland (Blocul Electoral Patria - Rodina) is a communist electoral alliance in Moldova, formed by the Socialist Party of Moldova (Partidul Socialist din Moldova) and the Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (Partidul Socialiştilor din Republica Moldova) At the last legislative elections, on 6 March 2005, the bloc won 4.9% of the popular vote, but no seats.
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    Soros Foundation

    A Soros Foundation is one of a network of national foundations, mostly in Central and Eastern Europe, which fund volunteer socio-political activity, created by George Soros, international financier and self-proclaimed philanthropist, and coordinated since early 1994 by a management team called the Open Society Institute. Soros says that the principle underlying the philosophy of the Open Society is that there can be no absolute answers to political questions because the same principle of reflexivity applies as in the Financial Markets . Soros foundations are autonomous institutions established in particular countries or regions, especially those emerging from behind the iron curtain to initiate and support open society activities. Such countries include the former Communist bloc in Central and Eastern Europe, parts of the former Soviet Union, South Africa, and Haiti. The priorities and specific activities of each Soros foundation are determined by a local board of directors and staff in consultation with George Soros and OSI boards and advisers. In addition to support from the Open Society Institute, many of the foundations receive funding from other sources. Intended programs
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    Party Alliance Our Moldova

    The Party Alliance Our Moldova (Romanian: Partidul Alianţă Moldova Noastră, AMN) was a social liberal political party in Moldova led by Serafim Urechean, former mayor of Chişinău. It merged into the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova in 2011. The Alliance was established as a party in 2003 as the merger of: At the legislative elections, on 6 March 2005, the party was part of the Electoral Bloc Democratic Moldova which won 28.4% of the popular vote and 34 out of 101 seats. After the elections the bloc fell apart in three parliamentary groups of the constituent parties, so the Alliance formed a separate group with 23 deputies until the 2009 elections, when they won fewer seats. At the April 2009 elections, the Our Moldova Alliance won 11 seats. With the other opposition parties, it participated in the successful blocking against the election of a presidential candidate from the Communist party, which led to new elections. At the July 2009 elections, the Our Moldova Alliance lost 4 seats, receiving a total of 7 seats. However, other opposition parties gained seats for a majority and the Communist party was defeated. In August 2009, the party became a political force within the
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    Socialist Party of Moldova

    The Socialist Party of Moldova (Partidul Socialist din Moldova) is a communist political party in Moldova. At the last legislative elections, 6 March 2005, the party won as part of the Electoral Bloc Motherland no seats.
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    Electoral Bloc Democratic Moldova

    The Electoral Bloc Democratic Moldova (Blocul Electoral Moldova Democrată) was an electoral alliance in Moldova, led by Serafim Urechean. The alliance was formed by the following parties: At the legislative elections, on 6 March 2005, the alliance won 444,377 votes (28.53% of the popular vote) and 34 out of 101 seats, in the Moldovan Parliament of the XVI-th legislature. That enabled it to pass the 12% threshold of representation. After the elections the bloc fell apart into three parliamentary groups composed of the constituent parties.
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    Liberal Party of Moldova

    The Liberal Party (Romanian: Partidul Liberal, PL; Russian: Либеральная партия) is a conservative-liberal political party in Moldova. The president of the party is Mihai Ghimpu. His nephew Dorin Chirtoacă is its vice-president. In the 1993, Anatol Şalaru created Party of Reform, now Liberal Party. In 1997 Mihai Ghimpu was elected as chairman of the Party of Reform. Until April 2005, the party had a Christian democratic electoral platform. The European Action Movement (Romanian: Mişcarea Acţiunea Europeană, MAE) merged into the party in March 2011. In 1998 polls, the party obtained only 0.54% and failed to pass the electoral threshold of 4%. The Party of Reform didn't participate in 2001 polls and 2005 polls. In the local elections of 2007 the party gained 18.31% in Chişinău municipality and 11 seats in the Chişinău Municipal Council. Its vice-president, Chirtoacă, became the Mayor of Chişinău. The party obtained 13.13% of the votes at the Moldovan parliamentary election, April 2009, equating to 15 out of 101 MPs. At the elections called in July later that same year the Liberal Party obtained 14.68% of the national vote and 15 out of 101 MPs maintaining its representation in
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    Unionist Movement of the Republic of Moldova

    The Unionist Movement of the Republic of Moldova (MURM or Romanian: Mişcarea Unionistă din Republica Moldova) is an organization which has as its main goal the political union of Moldova and Romania. The organization has already started procedures to become a political party in the Republic of Moldova. Its president, Ilie Bratu, has stated that it would run in the parliamentary elections 2009. On October 29, 2006, the MURM organized a protest against the then Communist leadership of Moldova, demanding that it should immediately start negotiations with Romania, aimed at uniting the two states. Further protests were held from December 3, 2006.
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    Social Liberal Party

    The Social Liberal Party (Partidul Social Liberal) was a liberal political party in Moldova, led by Oleg Serebrian. At the legislative elections, 6 March 2005, the party was part of the Electoral Bloc Democratic Moldova (Blocul Electoral Moldova Democrată), that won 28.4 % of the popular vote and 34 out of 101 seats. Inside the Bloc the party won 3 seats. After the elections the bloc fell apart in three parliamentary groups of the constituent parties. In 2001 Oleg Serebrian released a manifest with the intention to found a social liberal party. This initiative was joined by the Christian-Democratic Women's League and the National Youth League of Moldova. In 2002 the Party of Democratic Forces merged into the party. Since November 2006 the Social Liberal Party was a member of Liberal International. It merged into the Democratic Party of Moldova in February 2008.
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    Democratic Party of Moldova

    Democratic Party of Moldova

    The Democratic Party of Moldova (Moldovan: Partidul Democrat din Moldova, PDM, Демократическая партия Молдовы) is a social-democratic political party in Moldova. In the legislative elections of 6 March 2005, the party was part of the Electoral Bloc Democratic Moldova (Blocul Electoral Moldova Democrată) which won 28.4 % of the popular vote and 34 out of 101 seats. Inside the Bloc the party won 8 seats. After the elections the bloc fell apart into three parliamentary groups of the constituent parties. The party, led by Marian Lupu, was founded in 1998 as the continuation of the Movement for a Democratic and Prosperous Moldova and is a member of Socialist International and the Party of European Socialists. Dumitru Diacov was president of the Democratic Party (1997 until June 2009) and since then has been the honorary president. The Social Liberal Party merged into the PDM on 10 February 2008. After the July 2009 parliamentary election, the party became a political force within the Alliance for European Integration along with the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova, Liberal Party and Party Alliance Our Moldova. In February 2010, approximately 11,000 members of the smaller Social
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    Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova

    The Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova (Romanian: Partidul Liberal Democrat din Moldova, PLDM) is a liberal-conservative political party in the Republic of Moldova. The Party's Founding Congress was held on 8 December 2007 and Vlad Filat was elected as president. The initiative group of the party was initially centered on Filat, previously a prominent member of the Democratic Party of Moldova, who was disappointed with the direction taken by that political party under Dumitru Diacov's leadership. Soon, a big number of local branches of the Christian Democratic Popular Party, disappointed with Iurie Rosca's policy of cooperation with the Communist Party of Moldova, massively joined PLDM. The party attracted a large number of prominent members of the civil society. At the parliamentary elections of 29 July 2009, PLDM obtained 16.57 % of the votes, thus represented in the Parliament by 18 deputies. At the early parliamentary elections of 28 November 2010, PLDM doubled its results, obtaining 32.2% of the votes and had 32 deputies. On October 8, 2007, the initiative group composed of 53 leaders renowned in their fields, launched the idea of creating the Liberal Democratic Party of
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    National Liberal Party

    The National Liberal Party of Moldova (Romanian: Partidul Naţional Liberal, PNL) is a political party in the Republic of Moldova. It was founded in 1993 (and than, again in 2006) as a mirror party of the Romanian National Liberal Party, and in continuation of the Romanian historical party, dissolved in 1947 by the communist authorities. It shares the visual identity with the National Liberal Party in Romania. The party supports the EU integration, NATO integration of Republic of Moldova, union with Romania, or, if not possible (or as a first step) the creation of a State union with Romania.
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