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vineri, 31 iulie 2009

Javier Solana îndeamnă partidele parlamentare din Moldova la consens

On the 30th of July Javier Solana, EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), made the following comments after the repeated parliamentary elections in Moldova on the 29th of July. 

Solana said: «I welcome the conduct of the repeated parliamentary elections in the Republic of Moldova, which met many of the international standards, albeit some negative aspects persisted. 

The electorate has given its verdict. It is now up to the leaders of the political forces in Moldova to work, in the spirit of reconciliation and in a speedy and inclusive manner, towards the election of a new President and the formation of a new governing coalition, bringing the country out of the political crisis. 

The Republic of Moldova should regain political stability. Good governance is of utmost importance, not least due to the challenges faced by Moldova in the context of the global financial crisis. The European Union remains ready to assist the country face important political and economic challenges».

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2 comentarii:

Vik spunea...

Iarasi un exemplu de atitudine sterila - gata sa-l sustina pe oricine ajuns la putere pe cale "democratica" fara a analiza cum a functionat aceasta "cale" si cat de reprezentativa este guvernarea. In loc sa sustina niste proiecte apropiate de autoritatile locale si gestionate exclusiv de ele - ei dau bani "en gros" si pe urma se plang si acuza RM ca nu gestioneaza bine resursele primite.
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Dan spunea...

Daca exista institutii care pot gestiona transparent fondurile si oameni competenti care sa conceapa proiectele, atunci banii se indreapta si spre autoritatile locale. Asta ia insa timp si este mai greu decat ne inchipuim, dar in nici un caz imposibil.