Analysis

Moldova Votes in February, But Allegations Are Already Flying

A woman with her son exits from the voting cabin at a polling station in Hrusova village, Criuleni district, 30 kilometers north-east of the capital Chisinau, November 26, 2016. Photo: EPA/Doru Dumitru

The European Union is already unhappy with the democratic backsliding in Moldova. Now the country’s opposition and some political experts are accusing the government of underhand tactics to sway an election in February.

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