Demagog - Buletin de Chișinău
Presa pro-Dodon afirmă că dacă opoziția va pierde alegerile, va contesta rezultatul și va încerca să preia puterea organizând un Maidan.
Russia allegedly had a plan to influence the 2020 presidential elections in Moldova, but abandoned it when it came to light. An analysis of the current campaign suggests, though, that at least in part, ideas devised by the Russian secret services are still being put into practice.
The “regime” in Chisinau wants to have the Republic of Moldova join NATO and is ready to make “unfriendly” gestures towards Russia, according to a false narrative promoted by Sputnik. The starting point of the narrative was the participation of a single Moldovan army platoon in a multi-national exercise to which, in the past, Russia would also be invited.
15 Sep 2020
A new election campaign is underway in Moldova, the third in 2 years. In essence, as in most of the elections that have taken place since Moldova gained independence, what we see today is a confrontation between the so-called "Eastern and Western vectors". Russia openly supports the Eastern vector; The West promises funding for the reforms promised by the Western vector. The election campaign, like most campaigns in recent years, is marked by an abundance of fake news and disinformation, usually launched by the left wing and the media affiliated with the Socialists or the Kremlin. The authors of the false narratives, however, seem to be running out of new ideas: most of them have already been used in the election campaigns that have taken place since 2016.
Maia Sandu ar vrea să îngrădească libertatea presei și libertatea de exprimare, iar platformele de fake news sunt credibile.
Maia Sandu este responsabilă pentru închiderea școlilor și reforma administrativă (nepopulară) din 1999 și va continua aceste procese dacă ajunge președinte.
Rusia ajută Republica Moldova oriunde este nevoie – chiar și la deszăpezire în iarna care o să urmeze.