‘Moldova is free’ cheers new premier as rival steps aside

Pavel Filip, former Moldova's Prime Minister and one of the leaders of the Democratic Party of Moldova, speaks at a news briefing in Chisinau, Moldova, June 14, 2019. REUTERS/Vladislav Culiomza

CHISINAU (Reuters) – Moldova’s new prime minister Maia Sandu consolidated her power on Friday as her predecessor resigned, appearing to ease a crisis that shook the country for the past week as two rival governments jostled for control. Sandu took office last weekend as the head of a new coalition government designed to fight corruption […]

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