8 January 1999 Parliamentary elections, held on 22 March, were the main political event in 1998. They were won by the Communists’ Party of the Republic of Moldova (PCRM), which garnered some 30 percent of the votes following an aggressive electoral campaign launched on 12 January by its leader, Vladimir Voronin (a former Moldovan interior […]

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