The Moldovan government should accelerate the implementation of reforms, the country is on the brink and may turn into a new hot spot, according to the Council of Europe Secretary General thorbj?rn Jagland. He wrote about it in his own article for. Pro-European political forces that came to power in Moldova in 2009 did not do enough to ensure that the economy and state institutions become more open, said Jagland.
The state still is in the hands of oligarchs, corruption thrives. Extremely low income forced hundreds of thousands of Moldovans to go abroad in search of the best life. The country is maturing widespread public frustration. The embodiment of the country's inability to protect the desires of the Residents was a confusion with the disappearance of a billion dollars of the three credit organizations, which broke out at the end of last year, reminds the politician.
As adherents of European integration and supporters of the Eurasian economic Union led by Russia, have indignation against Moldovan elites, writes the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe.
In the near future the country may face serious economic shocks, if the authorities fail to do everything necessary to restore external payment suspended pending specific actions in the battle against illegal activities of officials, He said.
According to Jagland, in recent months, a deterioration of the relations of Moldova with Transnistria. Full-scale conflict is unlikely, says the politician, but "in such a stressful environment", the situation may spiral out of observation.
Aglad agitates Moldovan authorities to learn lessons from the events in Ukraine: according to his statement in Europe today, the strength and stability of the country depend on its commitment to democracy and the rule of law." We cannot forget that the crisis in Ukraine began with the deep disappointment of the people of political institutions ", - noted He.
The government of Moldova should urgently have an impact on the battle against illegal activities of officials and strengthening of credit institutions. In addition, it is necessary to protect the judicial system from political interference. Otherwise, the consequences of the fall safety threatening Moldova, goes far beyond the limits of this state, prevents the Secretary General of the Council of Europe.