25 February 2002 CHISINAU, 24 February (BASA-press)–Moldova’s ruling Communist Party faced a new wave of demonstrations on 24 February, when about 80,000 people–mainly youths–responded to the call of the leading opposition party, the Christian Democratic Popular Party (PPCD), to join the protests on the Great National Assembly Square in front of the government headquarters. National […]

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