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Moldova: Political persecution of critics and opponents of authorities

10 May 2019

Submission to the European Commission for consideration at the EU-Moldova Human Rights Dialogue

Bartosz Kramek for Gazeta Wyborcza: PiS, Moldova – a common issue

29 April 2019

The Open Dialogue Foundation won the trial with the “Gazeta Polska” magazine, so now editor Tomasz Sakiewicz threatens the judge. And the PiS propaganda attacks the Foundation using a grotesque report of the oligarchic and corrupt parliament of Moldova.

“MFA did not collaborate with the Moldovan structures on the case of ODF” – the Ministry responds to the Foundation’s inquiry

4 March 2019

On 1 March 2019, the Open Dialogue Foundation received a response to a request for public information regarding contacts between Polish diplomats and their Moldovan counterparts.

ODF asks the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs about cooperation with Moldova

15 February 2019

On 14 February 2019, the Open Dialogue Foundation asked the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jacek Czaputowicz, to disclose public information on cooperation with the Moldovan authorities.

PACE Members: “Attacks on civil society, independent media and opposition in Moldova must end”

13 February 2019

During the 2019 Winter Session, held between January 21st and 25th, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) assessed the latest developments on the human rights situation in Moldova.

Open Democracy: In pre-election move, Moldova takes aim at civil society-opposition nexus

30 November 2018

As the European Union calls out state capture in Moldova, the authorities in Chișinău are rewriting the rules of the game for civil society and opposition politics.

Moldovan parliamentary commission investigating ODF: open lies, attacks on the opposition and smokescreen for the government’s EU funds fiasco

21 November 2018

On October 4th, 2018, the ruling Moldovan Democratic Party established a parliamentary commission to investigate “Open Dialogue Foundation’s and ODF President Lyudmyla Kozlovska’s interference in the domestic affairs of the Republic of Moldova as well as it’s funding of opposition parties”.

Report on the results of the human rights monitoring mission to the Republic of Moldova in the period between 26 and 28 July 2018

7 September 2018

A human rights monitoring mission took place in Chișinău, Republic of Moldova, from 26 to 28 July 2018. The mission was led by Mr Antonio Stango, President of the Italian Federation for Human Rights, and Ms Paola Gaffurini, Advocacy Officer for the Open Dialog Foundation.

Opposition being drawn out on «Open Dialogue». Democrats want inquest in parliament into connection between Kozlovska’s foundation and Moldovan parties

4 September 2018

A group of Demparty deputies has proposed creating a parliamentary commission that is supposed to conduct an inquest into the circumstances of supposedly illegal interference in the internal affairs of Moldova by the Open Dialogue Foundation and its head Lyudmyla Kozlovska.

“The only [thing] that we’re captured by is a desire to develop Moldova”. What Plahotniuc told about the country, the opposition, and protests

30 August 2018

In an interview with IPN leader of the ruling Demparty Vladimir Plahotniuc told about the authorities’ plans to secure Moldova’s European course and about the people’s rapid and certain disenchantment with the opposition, as well as about how he understands the term “captured state”.

OSCE PA Annual Session in Berlin: delegation discusses endangered democracy in Moldova, and civil liberties and human rights in Kazakhstan

17 July 2018

On the occasion of the Annual Session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly held in Berlin between 7 and 11 July 2018, a delegation of human rights and civil activists led by ODF presented their reports and made their appeals to members of different national delegations.

Invitation to a press conference: “In defense of civil liberties. Testimonies from Russia, Moldova and Kazakhstan”

13 July 2018

On Thursday 19 July 2018, the Open Dialog Foundation (ODF) and the Italian Federation for Human Rights (FIDU), together with the Italian Senator Mr Roberto Rampi, will host a press conference entitled “In defense of civil liberties. Testimonies from Russia, Moldova and Kazakhstan”.

Political situation and human rights in Kazakhstan and Moldova – ODF at the Bundestag

23 May 2018

Between 17th and 18th of May representatives of the Open Dialog Foundation held a series of meetings with German politicians in the Bundestag.

The ODF discussed political situation and human rights in Kazakhstan and Moldova at the Bundestag

23 May 2018

Between 17th and 18th of May representatives of the Open Dialog Foundation held a series of meetings with German politicians in the Bundestag.

Report: The authorities of Moldova roll back the democratisation process and fail to fulfill their obligations to the EU

17 May 2018

Year in and year out, Moldova cannot shake off the shackles of corruption, oligarchy, and selective justice. International partners expressed their readiness to render assistance to the country in carrying out the necessary reforms, but they have faced sabotage and inactivity