„The most favourable position is that of the Democratic Party. Being at the center of the political arena, they have the possibility to be more flexible, not to disappoint their own voters and, most importantly, without the Democratic Party, it is practically impossible to create a coalition of government, because in the conditions of the Republic of Moldova cannot be a wide one, it can only be centre-left or centre-right. And one, and another is impossible without PD. And here again, I feel that it is already a deja vu. I often have this feeling in the Moldovan politics, ” said the analyst and journalist Anatolie Golea.
At the same time, he referred to other details. “I see the 2010 scenario when a left-wing alliance was formed when the State Duma Speaker, Sergey Naryshkin, came to Chisinau to formalize this coalition of Communists and the PD, and at the last moment was formed a centre-right coalition – Alliance for European Integration. Now the opposite can happen, negotiations are on the right to form a left-wing coalition, “he concluded in an interview for Free Europe.
Translator: Mihaela Grosu