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Thousands of Moldovans took part in an anti-government protest in Chisinau, Sunday, to show their opposition to Moldovan President Nicolae Timofti and call on the government to resign. The protesters carried flags of Moldova and the European Union, demanding elections to be held no later than March 2016. Last Thursday, Moldova’s Prime Minister Valeriu Strelet stated that the cabinet is working to resolve the country’s problems and that resignation is not on its agenda, to avoid political instability. Moldova has witnessed a summer of protests after allegations of banking fraud rocked the government last year. In November 2014 the Moldovan state was forced to bail out three banks after they lost $1.5 billion (€1.35 billion) in total. Protesters are calling for criminal charges to be brought against those responsible. On April 5, tens of thousands of people came to the Moldovan capital to demonstrate against perceived judicial corruption. A larger rally occurred on May 3, when 50,000 marched through Chisinau calling for the government to implement reforms which would bring the country closer to the EU. Later in the month 25,000 protesters gathered, again in Chisinau, calling for the unification of Moldova and Romania.
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