Usatyi: Dodon already voted for the „unification” last year, when helped Plahotniuc with the introduction of a mixed system
The chairman of “Our Party” Renato Usatyi on his Facebook page told who exactly constitutes a threat to the Moldovan statehood - corrupt parties, in Moldova - Democratic Party of Plahotniuc, and in Romania - SDP.
According to Renato Usatyi, in Moldova we have a situation that recall 1918 - the current Moldovan parliament is not very different from Sfatul Tarii: “The unelected parliament, in which many deputies directly depend on Romania, where criminal cases are brought against them”. Criminal cases in Romania are also initiated on the oligarch Plahotniuc. “What do you think, our billionaire is capable of betraying the Motherland in order to save money and freedom?” Renato Usatyi asks a rhetorical question.
Meanwhile, Dodon “continues to play political science”. “A chess player from Sadova<...> does not understand that there won’t be chess, as there was no chess in 1918. The parliamentary majority of Plahotniuc didn’t vote for the unification only because there has not yet been a direct order from Bucharest” - Renato Usatyi says:
- It is usual in Moldova to discuss delicate political technologies. Like this. “The century of unification of Bessarabia with Romania is used by both Democrats and Socialists for electoral purposes. Socialists are the main exponents of statehood on the left flank, and on the right, Maia Sandu is marginalized, joining the ranks of the Unionists. DPM, constantly calling itself centrist party extends its area in the centre”. Forget everything is written above, because such schemes work in democratic societies, but not in our case.
Today, Moldova is ruled by the analogue of Sfatul Tarii in 1918: The unelected parliament, in which many deputies directly depend on Romania, where criminal cases are brought against them. A similar story with Plahotniuc: at least two criminal cases initiated in Romania, which for some reason (guess what) are not allowed to go forward. At the end of last week, Marian Lupu declared in the Moldovan parliament that the unification would never happen, and at the beginning of this week Adrian Candu went to the Romanian parliament to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the unification.
Liviu Dragnea, the President of the Chamber of Deputies, called on his Moldovan counterpart to find the courage and to unite the two countries following the example of Germany on the basis of the eighth article of the Helsinki Act. Candu didn’t bother to argue. After all, Dragnea is a representative of the SDP, which strongly discourage any attempts of the Romanian law enforcement bodies to bring the case against Plahotniuc to a logical conclusion. What do you think, our billionaire is capable of betraying the Motherland in order to save money and freedom? While we are trying to find an answer for ourselves on this rhetorical question, Dodon continues to play political science.
A chess player from Sadova, a Calarasi bug (his party colleagues consider him very calculating), he does not understand that there won’t be chess, as there was no chess in 1918. The parliamentary majority of Plahotniuc didn’t vote for the unification only because there has not yet been a direct order from Bucharest”. Romania, by contrast with Moldova, has a president who fights with the bandits from SDP and is sceptical about the unification, according to his declaration today. Well, for corrupt officials from the Social-Democratic International, sure “unification” would be the ideal step that will cover up all the sins.
As long as the DPM is running in Moldova, and the SDP in Romania, the unification remains only a matter of time. But don’t tell that the Socialists will defeat Plahotniuc in the elections. Don’t be ridiculous, Igor Nicolaevici: we all know what kind of elections are held there. In fact, you already voted for “unification” last year, helping Plahotniuc with the introduction of a mixed system, Renato Usatyi, the leader of “Our Party”, wrote in Facebook.