Lively interest in disinformation in Chisinau, Moldova

On August 10, 2019, an interactive seminar entitled “Disinformation in the media, how to recognize it and how to deal with it” was held in Chisinau. Part 1. Photo 1. ISHR-MS. The seminar “Disinformation in the media, how to recognize it and how to deal with it”. Chisinau, August 10, 2019 On August 10, in Chisinau, at the Conference Center “Summit”, the first interactive seminar “Disinformation in the

Another expelled Turkish teacher convicted in Turkey

Another expelled Turkish teacher convicted in Turkey One of the seven Turkish citizens who were expelled from Moldova last year at the request of the official Ankara was sentenced to seven years and a half in jail for acts of terrorism on July 18, the electronic publication Balkan Insight reported, being quoted by the press in Moldova. RFE/RL’s Moldovan Service was quoted by IPN as saying that the convicted teacher

Former ECHR judge says how problems in justice can be solved

Former ECHR judge says how problems in justice can be solved Former ECHR judge Stanislav Pavlovski stated a part of the problems faced in the judicial system can be solved by very simple methods that include the amendment of the legislation. According to him, the first step should be the amendment of the Penal Procedure Code’s provisions that regulate the revision of cases and of definitive judgements by adding only

FAILED REFORM IN JUSTICE IN MOLDOVA

FAILED REFORM IN JUSTICE IN MOLDOVA About imaginary changes in the Moldovan justice system Reform of justice, carried out with the money of the West under the strict guidance of the Democratic Party of Moldova, led to sad consequences. The situation has become worse than before the reforms. От закона к беззаконию Были приняты десятки законов, которые внесли серьёзный хаос в судебно-правовую систему и даже коррупционную составляющую. О многих законах

NGO director says monitoring public spending brought on legal troubles for him

NGO director says monitoring public spending brought on legal troubles for him Mihai Gandrabura, a high school teacher running a local NGO called “Civis”, says he has wound up with a conviction after his monitoring of the Orhei District Hospital and other establishments revealed abuse in public spending and procurement. Mihai Gandrabura told a press conference that after his revelations “irritated many”, the authorities turned the tables on him and

MPs who paid visit to Penitentiary No. 13: Conditions are extremely difficult, inhuman

MPs who paid visit to Penitentiary No. 13: Conditions are extremely difficult, inhuman The Republic of Moldova didn’t invest in the improvement of the goods qualities of the persons in detention who later return to society. Investments were made rather in the destruction of the human being and human dignity, chairman of the Parliament’s commission on national security, defense and public order Kiril Moțpan stated after a group of MPs

Over 80 NGOs call for the Constitutional Court judges to resign

Over 80 NGOs call for the Constitutional Court judges to resign   Over 80 nongovernmental organizations that form the National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum urge the Constitutional Court to urgently reverse its decisions adopted during June 7-9 and “reinstate legality”. In a public statement issued today, the NGOs call for all constitutional judges to resign, so as “to restore confidence in the Constitutional Court and to

Moldova obliged by ECHR to pay damages to Turkish teachers of “Orizont” lyceum

Moldova obliged by ECHR to pay damages to Turkish teachers of “Orizont” lyceum The European Court of Human Rights held that the Republic of Moldova violated the rights of the Turkish citizens who were expelled in September 2018. By its decision, the ECHR ordered that Moldova should pay by €25,000 in respect of non-pecuniary damage to each of the plaintiffs,  quoting a press release of the public associating “Jurists for

Huge gap between appearance and being in Moldova

Huge gap between appearance and being in Moldova Some thoughts on the meeting of the President of the International Society for Human Rights with Moldovan human defenders and the situation in Moldova President of the International Society for Human Rights, Professor Thomas Schirrmacher, visited the Republic of Moldova from May 4 to 6, 2019. The purpose of the visit was to support Moldovan human rights activists, including the members of

Justice system is so vitiated that it should be changed fundamentally

Justice system is so vitiated that it should be changed fundamentally The justice system in the Republic of Moldova is so vitiated that it should be changed fundamentally. The prosecution service should be disbanded and a new institution should be created. In the current situation, the keeping of the current prosecution service and of the people of the current system is absolutely counterproductive as these will block the loud cases