Moldova’s ex-President Igor Dodon was released from house arrest. A decision to this effect was taken by judges of the Supreme Court of Justice on Friday, IPN reports.
By its decision, the Court obliged Igor Dodon not to leave the country during 60 days.
Supporters of the politician came together in front of the court and greeted Dodon with applause. He told the people that today’s decision is a first victory and the struggle only started.
Igor Dodon was charged with passive corruption, acceptance of financing for the political party from a criminal organization, treason and unjust enrichment. He considers the criminal case against him is political and was started by order of President Maia Sandu.
- Pace at which Association Agreement is implemented enabled Moldova to receive candidate status, opinions
- Andrei Spînu: Causes of Termoelectrica accident are investigated with SIS support
- Official exchange rate for date 26.11.2022
- Censure motion against justice minister turned down
- Constantin Borosan: Electricity consumption fell by 15% on corresponding period last year