Moldova to recount election votes

Moldova’s Central Elections Commission is beginning to recount the ballots that were cast in a snap parliamentary election on November 28th.

The Commission is complying with the decision that the republic’s Constitutional Court has made on application by the opposition Communist Party, which accuses the authorities of vote-rigging.

The early parliamentary election has in no way changed the correlation of political forces.

The three parties of the ruling coalition, An Alliance for European Integration, have strengthened their position, yet no party has a majority of 61 mandates out of the 101, required to elect President, or a simple majority of 52 seats, to form the Cabinet.

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