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Chisinau after the protest

Hot Topics Kishinev, Moldova - 09 April 2009
"Today (April 8th), a lot of policemen defended the streets of Chisinau and the weather deteriorated. This is why people didn't come to the square. The President Voronin did not evacuate people on April 7th because there were a lot of students and underage children.

The situation in Chisinau is now getting better. The Office of Public Prosecutor has brought Natalia Morari in charge of the organization of mass demonstrations. She had some problems in Russia and was deported from Moscow. So she hates Russian Federation and communists.

There is a statement on her official website: "I'm anticommunist". People vote communists because they have no other choice. The majority of society is afraid of the opposition. Nationalists want to close Russian schools and kindergartens. They want to be with Romania and they are very aggressive.

Russian Media calls it the "lilac revolution" because lilac is flowing now in Moldova", our Citizenside member says.
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