Moldovan Communists to organize “The Great Socialist Revolution of Fall”
The Communist Party of Moldova (PCRM) is organizing a massive protest for the fall of 2012 which may be called “The Great Socialist Revolution of … Fall.” The Party, which is in opposition has stated several times that there will be important “surprises” this fall, informs Info-Prim Neo news agency in an analysis report.
PCRM is a strong party within the framework of the political society of Moldova. It ruled the country for eight years and still has a great support of many citizens.
“PCRM is and will remain at least for several years more a powerful party with strict internal discipline, team spirit, mobility, advanced political technologies, calculated, dynamic and attractive acts, etc. It’s a pity that these qualities had mainly negative implications and transformed the Communist regime into an authoritarian, almost totalitarian one,” writes Info-Prim Neo.
The Communist Party expresses great concern about the fate of democracy in Moldova.
“Analyzing all the recent events, we reached the conclusion that Moldova is no more a democratic state,” said Vladimir Voronin, giving as example the behavior of his party.
“The PCRM came to power and left democratically, without flouting the legislation and the Constitution, without liquidating media outlets and disputing in court the results of the local elections, when the then opposition won most of the votes, without rigging the elections and buying votes, without closing the opposition in a cage in the Great National Assembly Square, without holding dubious referendums,” said the head of the Communist Party.
According to the source cited, the Communist Party has many chances to mount the Great Socialist Revolution of Fall and radicalize the Moldovan society.
“It feeds itself mainly from the weakness of the member parties of the AEI. Thus, the next possible revolution has at least two players – the PCRM and the AEI. The PCRM will play in accordance with the AEI’s wish if the parties of the ruling alliance, especially their leaders, are able to understand that not only their own political fate, but the fate of every person in this country is at stake in the game,” concludes the source in an editorial report.