Usatyi: Unionism does not extend beyond a long-lasting horror story – this is only the implementation of the oligarchic agenda
The leader of “Our Party” spoke about the true goals of the disguised Unionists and their opponents - false statesmen. Renato Usatyi considers that “first of all, it is necessary to disperse all the actors of the burnt theatre to their homes. Moldova became for them the territory of looting and statehood and not a reason for pride, but an opportunity to steal without punishment”:
- According to Eugen Tomac, the citizens of Romania have in Moldova the parliamentary majority - 64 deputies. Three more - and the majority will be constitutional. At the same time, unionism does not extend beyond a long-lasting horror story: Moldovan deputies move from faction to faction, squabble over cabinet appointments, go to ministries, push profitable projects and implement a fairly homogeneous oligarchic agenda from the beginning of the nineties. In the faction they are united neither by the Romanian passport (nor by the Moldovan passport, unfortunately), but quite vested interests. The disguised unionists as well as their opponents who are false statesmen know that. Maybe Moldova will someday unite with Romania, or may again become part of the Russian Empire. History will judge. States appear and disappear, it happens, and often. But today, in order to give the country a chance, we must first of all to disperse all the actors of the burnt theatre to their homes. Moldova became for them the territory of looting and statehood and not a reason for pride, but an opportunity to steal without punishment, - Renato Usatyi wrote on his Facebook page.