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Parliamentary elections in Moldova

December 01, 2014, 14:10 UTC+3
Parliamentary elections in Moldova were held on November 30
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Moldova’s parliamentary elections were held on November 30. Photo: Voting for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
Moldova’s parliamentary elections were held on November 30. Photo: Voting for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
Moldova’s parliamentary elections were held on November 30. Photo: Voting for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
© EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT
As many say, these parliamentary elections will decide the country's future foreign policy course. Photo: Moldovan students display EU colored umbrellas and placards before to go polling for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
As many say, these parliamentary elections will decide the country's future foreign policy course. Photo: Moldovan students display EU colored umbrellas and placards before to go polling for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
As many say, these parliamentary elections will decide the country's future foreign policy course. Photo: Moldovan students display EU colored umbrellas and placards before to go polling for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
© EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT
Photo: Moldovan citizens, residents in Romania, queue while waiting to vote for Moldova's parliamentary elections in central Bucharest, Romania, 30 November 2014
Photo: Moldovan citizens, residents in Romania, queue while waiting to vote for Moldova's parliamentary elections in central Bucharest, Romania, 30 November 2014
Photo: Moldovan citizens, residents in Romania, queue while waiting to vote for Moldova's parliamentary elections in central Bucharest, Romania, 30 November 2014
© EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT
Campaigning focused on whether the country wedged between Romania and Ukraine should align with Russia or the West
Campaigning focused on whether the country wedged between Romania and Ukraine should align with Russia or the West
Campaigning focused on whether the country wedged between Romania and Ukraine should align with Russia or the West
© EPA/DUMITRU DORU
Photo: Billboard of the communist party, in Chisinau, Moldova
Photo: Billboard of the communist party, in Chisinau, Moldova
Photo: Billboard of the communist party, in Chisinau, Moldova
© AP Photo/Roveliu Buga
Photo: A woman casts her ballot at a polling station during the parliamentary elections
Photo: A woman casts her ballot at a polling station during the parliamentary elections
Photo: A woman casts her ballot at a polling station during the parliamentary elections
© Vadim Denisov/TASS
Two parties supporting Eurasian integration lead in Moldova’s parliamentary elections, according to preliminary results from the Moldovan Central Election Commission
Two parties supporting Eurasian integration lead in Moldova’s parliamentary elections, according to preliminary results from the Moldovan Central Election Commission
Two parties supporting Eurasian integration lead in Moldova’s parliamentary elections, according to preliminary results from the Moldovan Central Election Commission
© AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda
Photo: A Moldovan citizen casts his ballot at a polling station inside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow
Photo: A Moldovan citizen casts his ballot at a polling station inside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow
Photo: A Moldovan citizen casts his ballot at a polling station inside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow
© Sergei Savostyanov/TASS
The Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (PSRM) is gaining 23.4% with 30% of ballots counted. The Party of Communists is in second place with 20.2%
The Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (PSRM) is gaining 23.4% with 30% of ballots counted. The Party of Communists is in second place with 20.2%
The Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (PSRM) is gaining 23.4% with 30% of ballots counted. The Party of Communists is in second place with 20.2%
© Sergei Savostyanov/TASS
Photo: Moldovan citizens living in Russia queue outside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow to vote in a parliamentary election
Photo: Moldovan citizens living in Russia queue outside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow to vote in a parliamentary election
Photo: Moldovan citizens living in Russia queue outside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow to vote in a parliamentary election
© Sergei Savostyanov/TASS
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Moldova’s parliamentary elections were held on November 30. Photo: Voting for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
© EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT
As many say, these parliamentary elections will decide the country's future foreign policy course. Photo: Moldovan students display EU colored umbrellas and placards before to go polling for Moldova's parliamentary elections in Bucharest, Romania
© EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT
Photo: Moldovan citizens, residents in Romania, queue while waiting to vote for Moldova's parliamentary elections in central Bucharest, Romania, 30 November 2014
© EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT
Campaigning focused on whether the country wedged between Romania and Ukraine should align with Russia or the West
© EPA/DUMITRU DORU
Photo: Billboard of the communist party, in Chisinau, Moldova
© AP Photo/Roveliu Buga
Photo: A woman casts her ballot at a polling station during the parliamentary elections
© Vadim Denisov/TASS
Two parties supporting Eurasian integration lead in Moldova’s parliamentary elections, according to preliminary results from the Moldovan Central Election Commission
© AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda
Photo: A Moldovan citizen casts his ballot at a polling station inside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow
© Sergei Savostyanov/TASS
The Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (PSRM) is gaining 23.4% with 30% of ballots counted. The Party of Communists is in second place with 20.2%
© Sergei Savostyanov/TASS
Photo: Moldovan citizens living in Russia queue outside the Moldovan embassy in Moscow to vote in a parliamentary election
© Sergei Savostyanov/TASS

Parliamentary elections in Moldova were held on November 30. These parliamentary elections are said to decide the country's future foreign policy course. Campaigning focused on whether the country should align with Russia or the West. Images of the voting in photo gallery by TASS.

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