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Parliamentary Elections in Moldova - possible fraud
On the 5th of April 2009, there took place the Parliamentary Elections. Everyone was waiting for this and hoping that it will bring a change, that it will be the last day of Communist Party in Republic of Moldova. Everyone knows the unlawful things they do and that they just don't care about the country and the people.But still there is a big percent of badly informed people that as a result voted for communists. And what we have know is that the Communist Party has obtained 49,95% of the votes.There are other 3 Liberal Parties that also will be the part of the parliament.Partidul Liberal - 12.79%Partidul Liberal Democrat- 12.26%Alianta Moldova Noastra - 9.81%So a big part of the population, especially the civil society from Chisinau is very disappointed. This is definitely something unexpected and they want to do something. It is hard to say now what exactly, but it can be the non- recognition of the Elections for example. It's a pity that the international arena said the elections in Moldova were very fair and legal, so there is no reason for raising any problems for them.This was a protest organized by young people from Moldova. The information was spread on,, Facebook and other websites. There were also members of the opposition who participated in this protest, such like Vlad Filat, Dorin Chirtoaca, Leonid Bujor, Stefan Uritu. These are those that I saw personally, there were also a lot of other members of the different parties and its great that they came out in the streets with us.Communists didn't say a word about this)) They didn't even show it in the news)

vlad filat

Police against the Liberal Party
I have no words to explain my feelings about the police officers in Moldova. Could someone please come and take them out of the country ???? It is impossible to support it anymore.If you are not a part of the communist party than you are already in trouble.Anything you want to do will have no result. Even organizing a public action, having all the documents doesn't guarantee you the protection against THE POLICE OFFICERS.Even being the mayor of Chisinau doesn't change the situation. The police is saying that the mayor gives illegal orders, that he is DISTURBING THE PUBLIC ORDER with his actions :)))) and all he did was the attempt to raise the problem that Russia breaks the sovereignty of Moldova by maintaining its troupes on our territory.Another interesting thing happened the same day in Balti. There was taking place a peaceful protest action of the liberal party. Couple of young people were standing, and than there came a lot of "young comsomolists" and violently attacked the people from Liberal Party. They were beating them and took all their posters. AND WHAT DID THE POLICE DO THIS TIME??? They just left!So weren't the comsomolists "disturbing the public order" ?))))) whats wrong with them?? can't they just once make it clear when is it disturbing the public order??>

...But anyway, my opinion is that they should be ashamed of themselves. And one day they will get what they diserve...
Moldova 1 - national television
This channel - Moldova1 is totally under the authority of the Communist Party. They have been always providing news only about the president Voronin, about the prime-minister, about how things are going well. But they never mention the real facts that Moldova is in such a crap. That about 1/3 of the population left the country. That the prices are getting higher. That there are some serious abuses of human rights every day and nothing changes. People can't start their own business. The taxes are very high and don't stimulate the economical development. blablablaMore than that, when you watch some news on ProTv for example, and than you check the same news on Moldova1 or NIT, and in the first case on ProTV they show the real bad thing about Moldova, and in the other two cases they say that everything is fine, under control, and developing :)) that makes me laugh histerycally!!!
Law on non-discrimination
This weekend, on the 3rd of October, there took place a protest action in front of the Parliament of Moldova. It was organized by some non governmental religious organizations.Their main protest is for excluding the words "sexual orientation" from the law on non-discrimination, so that they could continue their discrimination.When you look at those people, you may think they are crazy. Because they act as if they were not so sane, I may say. They are so aggressive and violent. The main arguments that they provide is that this law will impose their children to go to homosexual seminars at school (!!!), this will affect the traditional families and will be a propaganda of homosexuals, and there will be more and more people with a different sexual orientation.This is so stupid. These people don't even know what is to be a homosexual, if they sustain the things above.Just one question for all you homophobic people - can you be transformed from a straight person to a homosexual one by propaganda, if you were born straight??? how can that be possible??))) this is so funny. You have to be really DUMB to affirm that.They also say that there were no homosexuals before - again stupid!)) There were always homosexuals, always!) You just don't know about it.I feel sorry for this stupid, retarded people, that want to get involved in someones life, and impose you their own visions. Get a life...
Compensations for Downwinders
Have you ever heard of downwinders? These are the people that had to suffer the negative effects of radiation from some nuclear testings. This cases are always very difficult and so serious, because it is being violated the right to health of people. They suffer from the illegal nuclear testings which take place near the place they live.People start to have serious health problems which appear in couple of years. Most often its cancer which is lethal on a certain stage if not treated. That is why there is a huge need of attorneys which can correctly protect the rights a legal interests of these downwinders. One of such attorneys that is specified in this problem is Laura Taylor, she is a downwinder attorney. She is protecting the downwinders in the realization of their legal right, of obtaining compensations. According to the Radiation Exposure Compensation Program people that had suffered from radiation, deserve this compensation. So Laura Taylor helps her clients to perform the RECA radiation exposure compensation act and get what they deserve. It is important to have a serious, good informed attorney in such a difficult question which needs knowledge and good reaction of your attorney, because other wise you may not win if your attorney is not smart enough. Laura Taylor had already won a lot of cases for examples. She is presenting the interests of downwinders all around the country.
Teacher's Strike
Teachers from all the parts of Moldova are having a strike for already 4 days. But noone really talked officially to them yet. The action takes place in front of the Government building. but it seems like noone cares.The minimum salary of a teacher is something about 60-70$. Which is not normal at all. There are just couple of thousands of those poor teachers and they cannot assure them a normal salary???The government sustains that the money were spend for the people that suffered from the overflowed Nistru this summer. But this is not really true, according to some political parties, they sustain that the money for the people were obtained from legal persons from donations.So were is the money for the teachers???
REFORMS: Recycling
This will be a new compartment in my blog. I am going to write about the reforms that I would do if I was a legislator or something...)There are so many thing that need to be changed in this society, but nobody actually does anything. So my first reform is about waste processing. Last year there appeared special grids for plastic bottles. I thought that was very smart to do. People through their bottles there. Besides that I think there should be created for special cans for glass. When you want to throw something from glass why not in a special can? It can be easily recycled. We also don't have any factories for recycling tyres, old equipment, used machine oil. There are no things like that and people just throw them away. It would be great to spend couple of millions of lei and built one, two factories for recycling.Because remember that thing "the government always has the money, it just doesn't want to spend it on you"
Who is to blame for Osetia war? Georgia vs Russia
Who is responsible for the Osetia war? Who should be treated as a criminal and who should be blamed for everything? My own vision is not what everyone tells on TV. I was watching both Russian News and European.Russians sustained that Georgia sent their armed forces over civils, and the only solution was to respond to that. As long as Russia keeps its "peaceful forces" on a territory it has the right to do that. Ok, Russia sustains that Georgian forces were just killing common people from the start, and what Russia was "obliged" to do is just stop the intervention and save the people.Russian news were saying that there were killed over 2000 citizens by the Georgian forces, and the European news were talking only about 200 killed by accident.In my opinion Saakashvili did one thing wrong, he made the first noticeable step - introduced the forces. But I remember that Russia was provoking it for about two months for sure. Russia was easily sending airplanes through the territory of Georgia with no permission. There were several unpleasant provoking situations. Which was normal to wait for a response from a country which is actively sustained by USA.I am not saying that Saakashvili did the right thing. I agree that there died a lot of people which is bad and may be considered as genocide. But I don't want to analyze the whole situation from that point of view as Russians do. They try to take your attention from the global aspect of the problem.Russia always had imperialistic views on everything, every weak country which is nearby. What Russian did for the last 18 years in both Osetia and Transnistria was violating the sovereignty of Georgia and Moldova. As a proof to that is the thing that Russia was always against the replacement of its peace keeping forces, with the peace keeping forcing offered by UN. The both wars in these regions in early 90's wouldn't simply take place. The tanks would move to the main town, take the parliament, arrest the criminals and that's it. Normally those that would try to opposite to that would be killed. There wouldn't be so many people killed. Russia was never fighting for saving the lives of common people, or for independence of those territories, because that way they would not need Russia's help anymore. Russia always wanted to keep its influence in those territories by maintaining the armed forces.So the same thing would happen in Osetia too, if Russia would say "ok guys, this is your territory, and we agree with you, just take it, we are leaving". There would be no war. Georgians would simply arrest the separatist government of Osetia and reestablish the sovereignty of their country.I say Russia is to blame, if judging from the perspective of all those years, of everything they did, of their politic in general. Russia is the one who started the cold war II.
Best time for a vacation for a President?
Everyone knows - Moldova is in a very difficult, I may say critical situation at the moment. Both biggest rivers of Moldova, from both sides, Nistru and Prut are are overflown by water. This situation was created due to Carpatian rains. Ukraine and Romania are also affected by it.Hundreds of people were evacuated, and a lot of houses were destroyed.On national television they keep saying "everything is under control". That is just funny. How can it be under control if they cannot stop the water??? One or two dams were broken through. How can it be under control? Thousands of people don't have a place were to sleep. Everything they gathered for their entire life was destroyed. And I am not really sure that they are going to receive serious compensations.The Government said they are going to receive new apartments depending on how many members of the family they have. Are you kidding me? You don't have enough brain to build a normal dam and protect your own citizens, and now all you can do is offer them a two room apartment???Zinaida Grecanii - the prime minister - went out couple of times to see the people herself. She was looking really funny, near those poor destroyed people.By the way the President didn't even do that. Now he went on a vacation in Croatia. To visit his friend the President of Croatia. They are going to spend a week on a luxiurious yacht.What can I say ... Bravo!!
Transnistria and Moldova - united?

There are weird things happening these days. Some people expect changes and the solving of the Transnistrien problem, but the problem is lasting for so long, that it is hard to believe now that everything is going to be fine, and finally Transnistria will belong to Republic of Moldova again.So, from the moment when the communist party came to ruling of the country, it was in 2001, they didn't really try at least to make things better between the two banks of the river. More than that, those relationships were absolutely destroyed, in that way, that Moldova had put different economical interdictions on Tiraspol, no officials from Moldova were allowed on the territory of Transnistria, there were no discussions between the two parties on the problem, for the whole period. So the relations were getting worse and worse, till the beginning of this 2008 year. When suddenly the communists remind themselves that it is in fact the last year of their "ruling", and the polls actually say that they loose a lot of their positions like from 45% to 20% and it is getting worse and worse. So Vladimir Voronin, the president of Moldova, went to Russian Federation couple of times this year. Some of these meeting were official, some non-official.Suddenly Vladimir Voronin started talking about this unification, about the magic way he is going to do this in just couple of months, before the elections of the Parliament in 2009 in fact. Couple of weeks ago they met with Smirnov, the president of non-recognized Transnistrien Moldavian Republic. They met and firstly had a short talk in front of the cameras, and than went in another room and talked privately for two hours. I wonder what they talked about all that time? Maybe discussing some secret plan...) I would like to add, that the meeting was like a spontaneos one, other political parties were not even informed about it. How can a president make such important decisions by himself in a parliamentary republic?Ok, what Transnitria proposed is not just absurd, the document is humiliating Republic of Moldova. Some of the points of it are like recognizing the administrative frontiers, keeping the custom posts, recognizing the history of Transnistria, and the thing that it never was a part of Moldova, having an important part of votes to make decisions by themselves, keep the military forces of the third part(!!!!). This is insane! People! It was proposed for signing, otherwise Voronin is settled free...Well he commented it like a very important meeting, like "finally, respect for Smirnoff" bla bla bla...What is interesting in this whole situation is that couple of days I saw a communistic program, with this communistic supporter number one Constantin Starish, he was having a conversation with our president, and he just dropped the words like "i was not going to meet with Smirnoff, in fact, I never had such a desire to see his face, the initiative came from Vladimir Putin, he told us to meet and talk" - hey, how can a president talk like that? I don't understand, he is representing the whole country, the interests of each citizen, who cares over he likes to talk to Smirnoff or not, if they get along or not? He has to solve the problem!!! Wake Up!
Compensation in Moldova and in USA and Personal Injury Lawyer
I was reading about the criminal punishment in common law, and found a nice classification which would probably serve as a good example for legislation of Moldova too. One type of punishment is the compensation which is divided into three types: Fine – which exists also in Moldova, this is when you have to pay a tax for what you did.Community service – also in Moldova, 50 conventional units for 1 month imprisonment.Compensation of damages to the victim – this is not settled in the legislation, in the Criminal Code of Moldova. And is remaining at the desire of the judge to settle a compensation of damages. Usually this compensation is too small, because Moldova is not used to compensations yet. People when go to court they don’t usually aspire to a compensation, they whish to get some right, something which was violated, and they don’t dream for any compensation of 1 million dollars like in United States of America.At the same time lawyers from America do their best to obtain this compensation; either it is a car accident injury, or personal injury claim. I know a case when a young man in Moldova was beaten by 5 people, and he stayed in the hospital for a month and obtained a compensation of 300$. What kind of lawyers did he have? A personal injury lawyer should be a professional. He should not let such situations happen. So the difference between compensation punishment in Moldova and USA is a huge one. Here if a person gets injured he is not sure he will get any moral or physical damage compensation.
I have noticed that Americans had spread he idea of having signs everywhere. This is typical for any type of institution. They like to put signs next to their entrance, in order to let the people know about their place of location. In Moldova this is not popular, probably because the tradition is different.The same thing is about american people. They like to have signs on their yards. Whether they sell the house or anything else, or just making an advertisement. This can be a yard sign, or a political opinion sign. Can you see the difference between the elections in United States and in Moldova. In United States they have a lot of signs during elections, with different colors. people accept caring a special sign with them during the whole election process.I guess people in Moldova don't have such a habbit of expressing their thoughts by such signs, like yard signs, elections signs, political signsBut maybe that could be a good idea when you have to promote something, some idea. And i wonder why the political deputies don't use this good way of promoting their campaigns, because that is a good way of attracting the people.
Mortgage in Moldova (credit ipotecar)
Mortgage would be a credit guaranteed by some immovable property, but which stays in the possession of the debtor. The mortgage credit can be offered by banks, financial institutions and other creditors.Due to the development of the market economy in the Republic of Moldova, the system if mortgage credits appeared and started its development. The creditors, governmental functionaries, building companies and banks are very optimistic about the future of mortgages in Moldova. At the end of the year 2006, 13% of the total credits offered were for mortgage, but in 2005 it was only 3-4%, which shows a great development. A lot of companies had made some researches and came to the conclusion that 60% of potential buyers of property need a mortgage. In the Republic of Moldova the mortgage is usually taken for 10 years, sometimes 15, the interest rate is between 12-16 %. Which comparing to the market in United States of America, were the interest rate is from 4-7%, I may say that Moldova has to work a lot to allow such low rates. That is why there is a small number of people which can allow themselves to take a mortgage in Moldova. Nowadays the people are not well informed about their rights and obligations regarding their property, and especially about the mortgage possibility and its risks. It is considered that the development of the mortgage system was possible due to the lack of concrete normative acts which could regulate it not only in general but also individual situations. But the Government had made some efforts and adopted some norms which could help this situation, such as: the registration of immovable goods, the execution of mortgage rights mortgaging of immovable property basing on accordance of some guarantees. (there are also some other legal acts such as Legea cu privire la gaj, Legea cadastrului bunurilor imobile, Codul civil, Codul de procedură civilă, Codul de executare)When a person wants to buy an apartment in a building which is not ready yet, in order to pay less, he has to pay a certain sum of money or even the entire sum. Not many people can afford that, so they prefer to take a mortgage. But mortgage is being offered only for an apartment registered in the cadastral register, which is not possible for an unfinished apartment. The builder is at the same time asking for a “acceptance to invest” from the customer and he invests the money in the future apartment. Because of poor legislation, not long ago the initial investors, building companies, had the possibility to sell the apartments to several people, through this “acceptance to invest”, because it is not registered yet in state cadastral register.The mortgage in Moldova, represents a problem at the moment, because it is not well regulated by the legislation. And there should be adopted more laws which could help this situation. The government should have the possibility to keep under control or at least be informed about the real situation on the market, about the companies and banks the offer mortgage programs, and exempt the costumers from potential frauds. Nowadays a small percent of people know about mortgage possibility, and it is not very popular among people, because it is something new for Moldova and also because of high interest rates.But the main problem is that the salaries in Moldova are really small, and officially less than couple percent of total population can afford mortgage. But in USA almost every working person can afford taking a mortgage. So in Moldova it is almost impossible to pay a mortgage for common people.
Moldova vs. European Court for Human Rights
These days our shame was made on public - Moldova is no more at the 2nd place at ECHR (after Russian Federation). Now she is nr 1. Congratulations!!! I guess Mr President for sure thinks they are not right and don't judge us obviously, but who cares...The latest case won is Balan vs Moldova. This man won 5 000 euros for moral and material damages and 2 000 more for expenses. The case was about his photo of the Soroca castle. The moldavian authorities used this picture on the local id cards (buletin). And when he asked a recompense for that or at least concluding a contract with him, they refused, considering that they are entitled to use anything they want. This guy went to the court of human rights and he won.This is not just and abuse from the public authorities, this is a national shame, they were using his picture on thousands of id cards, and didn't even ask him. And it is strange that no other court in Moldova recognized his rights.
Democrats - sponsored post
As the situation with the Presidential elections is getting more tensioned each day, both sides are trying to find new mechanisms and methods of obtaining more votes. These days I found a website which was exactly about that. It is about different democratic candidates, such as Promote Hillary Clinton, or Barack Obama. Americans have this really powerful tradition to support their candidate till the end. They believe and trust him, and do their best to promote their favorites. On that website, about Promote Hillary Clinton, they offer different useful stuff for their supporters, such things like t-shirts with the pictures of democrats, pens, vote cards, sticky notes, and address labels. Logically all these items contain the emblem of the Democratic Party. The people which support the democrats can by these stuff and use it for promoting their party. This is such a culture to have all this stuff, as it represents a way of expressing your opinion, your political views. This is a way to be free, to fight for your beliefs. That is how you decide the future of your own country and your family. This is how you can stand for your rights, your opinion, protect your ideas and values. In Moldova we don’t really have much of that stuff, and it’s a pity that the political spirit is not so healthy and strong as it is in the United States. Promote Hillary Clinton
History in the News - sponsored post
As history was my favorite class at high school, it became very useful for me nowadays. Knowing history offers a person huge chances of understanding many things in his daily life, not only things about himself, but understanding processes that happen all around the world. Many events that happen today, that we see on television, are something very familiar. For example some political reforms, or changes in some government, this is what was happening for a long time. HISTORY IN THE NEWS is everywhere. Just try to pay attention and see how a company is developing for example, being a small one from the beginning it starts to use some principles and methods which other companies used in past. This is how history helps a small company to develop. Or when you are watching “the primaries” in the news, you see how democrats fight the republicans. And you understand that this is a historical battle which lasts for a long period of time. This is HISTORY IN THE NEWS. As more you find out about such stuff, as the more intelligent you become. Knowing history is really helpful. All the political and economical processes are basing on some theoretical data which you can learn only from history.
The modification of the costumer protection law.
The law on protection of costumer rights was initially adopted in 1993, than modified in 2003. The latest modification took place on the 8th of December 2007.This modification was stimulated by certain reasons and possible situations, but in my opinion it is not relevant for Moldova. In many countries, where the protection of costumer rights has an old tradition, the Government has to front the problem of the abuse of good faith principle, from the side of costumers. For example in United States, they had to do something with the situation when a person was buying a certain product, uses it for a while and than returns it back to the shop, because it didn't fit his purpose. For example, you buy a dress for a wedding, which costs a lot of money, but you know that you are going to wear it only once, after the wedding you can return it back and motivate it that you have changed your mind. This is what a lot of people were doing for some years, and the shops didn't have any mechanisms which could protect them from that. The law offers a priority to the costumer, the 14 days, in which you can return the product with almost no motivation.But in Moldova it is different. People are not really used to bring things back, and if they do that, the companies don't really execute their duties. From a 100 of cases, only 10% probably will be satisfied. I heard a lot of situations when people were buying low quality products, or which were breaking in the first days and they couldn't get any compensations from sellers. It's a pity, but they don't respect the laws in Moldova.Now the modification of the law I think was added with a lot of abusive clauses. They had introduced a list of products which can't be exchanged for another one, if you don't like it. This list contains almost all kinds of products.People in Moldova were not abusing their right of 14 days, the principle of good faith. Most of them don't even know about their rights, about the Association for Protecting the Costumer's rightsThe entire text of the legal act is here.
Selling public enterprises of Moldova

The minister of economy, Igor Dodon, made today a declaration about some huge, i would say enormous changes in the economy of Republic of Moldova. Starting from the 16th of November, on the local exchange sales are going to be sold the stocks of 83 state enterprises. Starting from 0,01% of stocks and till 100% of stocks. The ministry of economy is planning to sell the stocks in a week. This was probably the weirdest part of the news.Anyway this decision was taking due to the influence of external experts and analytics, most of European Community. Because the situation with monopolization is really acute in Moldova, they were obliged to make such a reform. There is introduced a new law, which gave the possibility to the Government to sell some enterprises. There is also another law on the state enterprises which cannot be sold, there is a list of 300 enterprises, such as Termocom.The problem is that why do they have to sell the stocks of all the state enterprises in such a short time? And why did they announce it only some days before the sales? It is not enough time for other investors, especially abroad, to analyze, to get to know the Moldovan market and enterprise itself. Some analytics consider that this was made intentionally in order to allow the local and previously informed investors to buy the enterprises, and create in such a way an unfair competition.In general this is a healthy decision. Which was suggested by a lot of international bodies. In fact, as usual the procedure, the moldovan way of concluding affairs and organizing things in business and government is a typical one, and characteristic for this region. But I hope it will not ruin this wise initiative this time, but I'm not sure about it.
United States Of Moldova
I went to Otaci these days. We had some things to do there. This trip really shocked me a lot, and I found out many scary things about the Republic of Moldova.Well, Otaci is a lost town, as most of the location from Moldova. The distance from Chisinau is about 250 km, this means we drove 500 km that day :)). The population of Otaci is about 8 000 people. It is a small town, but very beautiful, located on the bank of the river Nistru. On the other bank of the river is situated the Ukrainian city Mogilev - Podolsk. It is bigger than Otaci, much bigger. It is better developed. The difference can be seen by their custom points. The Otaci custom wasn't repaired for many many years. In the market days, when people circulate from one side to another, the custom works really slow, and it takes a lot of time for the people.But let's get back to the population. Starting from the beginning of this year, 2 000 of people left from Otaci to another places, even out board, for work. These are the official numbers given by the officials from Otaci. Besides this fact, there is another one thing. Officially the half of the population consists of gypsies. But the deputy mayor says that it may be even more, about 70 %. They are very hard in keeping some order. Even though they are not creating problems, but anyway. Their kids go to school, but only for the 4 first years of studying. The are 8 gypsy clans in Otaci. Each having their own occupation and leaders. Most of their relatives work abroad. In Russia, for example. They sell goods in the markets, steal, sell drugs, traffic people and many more. Maybe some of the have legal activities, but these activities are very not popular among gypsies. But anyway, let's get back to Otaci. Talking to the deputy mayor, I found out that there is one of the clans which is reacher than the rest and more influencing. On the latest mayor elections they were preparing the gypsy candidate - the most important baron. But something changed in their plans and they didn't do it. But the deputy mayor says "if they did, we would definitely loose these elections, the baron just said that it is not the time, and that we, the common people are just not ready for this, but someday ...".But lets imagine that this really happens. I think it will change many principles and views in general. After the winning of gypsies in Otaci, the gypsies from Soroca will desire the same. And will ask for Gypsy Autonomy. This will already be some ethnic issues which the government of Moldova will be obliged to solve, because it is not just territory, it is a different culture.There will be the United Transnistria rep., Gagauzian Aut. , Gypsy aut. and RM. United States Of Moldova
Moldova - Bulgaria, and how they treat moldavians
Let me tell a horrible story about how Moldavians are treated at the custom of Bulgaria.The problem started once with the joining of European Comunnity of Bulgaria and Romania. Everyone knows how hard it is now to get a visa to both countries. Even though, many citizens of Moldova have strong relations with both of these countries, this fact didn't motivate their Governments to create an easier way to enter their countries.Let me start with Romania. One year ago, they were saying "we are going to join EU, but that doesn't mean that we will forget about the citizens of Moldova, our neighbors. We are planning to create an easier system of visas(comparing to other countries), which will be a free one, and come to Romania whenever he wants." In reality what happens now: people are disabled in getting a visa, because-1. visas are given only to groups of not less than 5 people.2. you have to wait a huge, enormous line until you will get in front of the counsel.3. many people speculate on this thing, and promise to easier this procedure for some remuneration, like at least 50 $.This problem could have a solution, when the two presidents of both countries had a meeting in spring. They were promising to fix the problem, to open another two counsels in other regions of Moldova, in order to easier the procedure of visa getting. Normally this didn't happen, as usual actually. Yesterday took place an interactive, live show, with Ms President Vladimir Voronin. When he was asked about this fact, he said "i didn't promise to anyone, we said we are going to see what it is about this problem, no one promised to solve anything". This is what a president should say? That he can't do anything, and he didn't promise anything?Whatever he says.... poor people, the only thing is the poor people that he is lying to...But let's talk about Bulgaria. Also needs a visa. There are three ways to get to Bulgaria.- through Romania, this procedure needs a visa for Romania too. which is a very hard way, and not everyone wants to follow it.- by plain to Bulgaria from Chisinau.- with a vapor from Odessa, directly to Bulgaria.Don't know about flying to Bulgaria, but I found out some really curious facts about the "sea way" to Bulgaria. Listen up to me. Some of my acquaintance chose to go this way. They didn't want to have problems with the Romanian embassy. When they got to the Bulgarian port, they were very strictly checked by the custom officers. Very strictly means - awful. Each bag, all the clothes checked. The cell phones - checked. If someone had number of his relatives from from Italy, for example, than that meant for the custom officers he could be a "potential illegal migrant" and they were immediately sending him back home. All the people were checked by a doctor in order in order to find "drugs inside them" (sorry don't know how to describe it). It was a obligatory for all!!! And this doctor didn't have the necessary single usage gloves. She was saying "i'm washing my hands after each person and that is enough". And if anyone says something, he is being sent back to Moldova, with not explanation and no money returnee. The Moldavian agencies also don't give money back.Isn't such a strict control violating the human rights? Shouldn't they have special permission for medical control? I'm sure they are violating the law there.There is another aspect. If you have a Romanian visa and go transit through Romania to Bulgaria, than the custom officers don't ask you a thing. Probably this could be motivated by the reason that if the people succeeded i getting both visas, spent more time, more money, than probably this can mean they are better than those that wanted make everything easier. I mixed everything) whatever, I don't know what the motivation is. And their behavior is illegal and stupid. There is something to think about at least for the international organizations, of course if the president doesn't care.
A weekend in Transnistria, pt 1...
It seems like Transnistrian situation is getting worse every day. Normally the reason of it is their own actions.Probably one of the wrongest thing is their self-invented legislative system, which activates on "their" territory, which at the same time is still the territory of Republic of Moldova. This fact, elementary, is violating the Constitution of RM and I'm really confused by the fact that the heads of the state don't really try to do anything.Let's try to analyze some of the elements, which are very ridiculously orientated against the population of the Republic of Moldova.I made a visit last weekend to Transnisria, stayed at some friends and was really shocked. I never stayed there for more than an hour, but this time had to stay longer. The custom officers really discriminate the people with the citizenship of RM, and offer priorities to Ukranians, Russian and those from Transnistria. Citizens from RM have to make a temporary registration at the custom territory, even if they are going transit through Transnistria, which is very stupid. In Moscow, for example, you have to make a registration if you stay more than 3 days. But we don't compare Russia and Transnistria.The question is "why on Earth, the citizens of RM are imposed to make a registration on the territory of their country?" And you know, their motivation is that this way they want to control us, in order to prevent unsanctioned military actions or any movements. But this is stupid. If Moldova has the plan to attack Transnistria no registration of people will stop that.This registration is just the act of stupidity of their own, just to show what they can do, even if can do nothing.Another thing is that people have to pay 6.90 lei per each registration. And once again I wonder why? If you pay for something, you should get an argument. The registration represents a small sheet of paper, very tiny. Than what for do we have to pay? What kind of service is that? Who gets this money and why? Or it's just an ordinary source of income for Transnistria? I guess this is it.Later will tell more about stuff going there...
Ecological catastrophe at Nistru river, Soroca, mda
It is actually not a sudden thing that happened now. This situation was formed more years ago, and no one cares. The thing is that the town Soroca, situated at the north-eastern part of Moldova, is dropping out a lot of wastages and sewerage waste. The smell is awful. I stood in Soroca for two days, and had a walk over those dirty places. The thing is that all the citizens from Moldova drink water from Nistru river. But how can people be sure of the water they drink if it so polluted and the public administration doesn't care, because it happens for many years. There is also a factory situated more northerly, in Otaci, which started to top off waste. This provoked a huge growth of algae. I took some pictures of all of those sceneries.PS at the latest elections for local public administration won the national-liberal party. i hope they will do something with that disgusting situation.this is a small river which runs into Nistru, The smell is awful, believe me.

this is the view a little further from the place with stinky river. this is were Nistru is very clean.I was taken the picture on the Moldavain side, but on the other side is Ukraine. The forest that you see is Ukraine.

This is a small beach were people like to stay.

the water is very very clean. the color is amazing. but this is the place were this beauty ends, and the rest of Moldova is using awfully dirty water.

This dirt is near that beauty and no one cares.

this is another stinky river also runs into Nistru

this is how they are repairing the roads

The Huge Algae

the Ukrainians are washing their tractors in Nistru

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