The head of the party of socialists of Moldova Igor Dodon, the leader in the presidential elections in the Republic, said that he would like to be like Russian President Vladimir Putin. On Wednesday, November 2, he said in an interview with Moldovan edition of "Radio Liberty".
"I think it was a compliment to me," he stated, answering the question about whether or not he wants to be like the Russian leader. The politician added that the President of Russia has done a lot for his country, for strengthening of statehood and patriotism. "Of course, I would also like to change the situation in Moldova, the people to believe in its future as the Russians believe in the future of Russia", — said Igor Dodon.
Monday, 31 October, the CEC of Moldova informed that in the Republic will be appointed the second round of presidential elections. It will meet main rivals — the candidate of the Party of socialists Igor Dodon and a representative of the Pro-European right-wing coalition Maia Sandu.
After processing of ballots Dodon, who plays for rapprochement with Russia, gaining 48,72% of the votes, Sandu — 37.96 percent. To win in the first round, a candidate had to gain the support of more than half of the votes.
Direct presidential elections were held in Moldova on 30 October. The polls came 1,433 million people (that is, the turnout was 48, 97mm cent). The Chairman of the CEC of the Republic Alina Rusu noted that serious violations during the procedure were recorded.
Parents who joined Islamist groups, brought from all regions of the country — especially from Chechnya and Dagestan — about 350 children, said the Ombudsman under the RF President on the rights of the child Anna Kuznetsova. So, the lists from Dagestan has over 200 names, and this is only the official data.
Unidentified hackers leaking intimate photos of American actress Anne Hathaway. In some photos it is embodied in society naked man, presumably her husband, actor Adam Shulman. Apparently, the pictures were taken during rest and joint campaigns in a bath.
British and German scientists have decided, in their opinion, the problem glasses. Nobel prize winner Philip Anderson called this problem, actual for the last more than 50 years, "the deepest problem of solid state physics". A study published in the journal Physical Review X.