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Voronin complains of pressures on Communist MPs

The Moldovan Communists’ leader Vladimir Voronin, former president of R. of Moldova, complains pressures are being made on nine communist MPs from the ruling coalition. Voronin claims they were of­fered EUR 1 to 3 M to vote Marian Lupu for president. According to him, the MPs are also intimidated and scared by the incumbent ruling power. According to Realitatea.net Voronin added the nine are tempted with other bonuses, positions and various stimuli. Voronin avoided giving names on the matter. ‘All three parties in the ruling coalition (e.n. – Liberal-Democrats, Demo­crats and Liberals) are trying to put pressure on communist deputies, they are breaching the constitution. One MP was offered the position of Parliament deputy speaker, another one was offered money,’ the communist leader said.

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