Sandu’s party wins parliamentary elections in Moldova
The Action and Solidarity Party, led by Moldovan President Maya Sandu, has won the parliamentary elections.
This is proven by the preliminary results published by the Moldovan Central Election Commission on July 12, DW reports.
The party receives 52.51% of the vote.
The second place in the elections with 27.37% of the vote is taken by the “Communists and Socialists” bloc, whose leaders are ex-presidents Igor Dodon and Vladimir Voronin. The 3rd place is taken by the Shor Party (5.78% of the vote).
The rest of the parties were unable to overcome the 5% barrier.
Protocols from more than 95.5% of polling stations were processed.
To remind, earlier Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova formed the Associated Trio.