Democratic process

Democratic process

The democratic process is anchored on the modernization of Moldova and the main focus of the Moldovan society. However, Moldova continues to face a number of problems of economic, social or political cause institutional failures. Done analyzes are focused on the need to implement political and economic reforms that will address the challenges and solving problems facing Moldova.

  • State of local democracy in Moldova
    Year: 2017 Author: Igor Munteanu, Liubomir Chiriac, Veaceslav Berbeca, Ana Znaceni, Maria Vremiș
    Since its independence, Moldova has taken vital steps towards establishing and enforcing important democratization reforms, including the commitment to reforming public administration and establishing decentralized, autonomous local governments to address citizens’ needs through democratic and collaborative methods.
    Year: 2005 Author: Igor MUNTEANU, Iulian CHIFU, Iulian FRUNTAȘU, Nicolae CHIRTOACĂ, Valeriu PROHNIŢCHI, Dan DUNGACIU, Ion NAVAL, Radu GORINCIOI, Boris ASAROV
    Since the disintegration of the USSR, from 1991 to the present (2005), the Republic of Moldova has made clear progress in strengthening its state, military and civilian institutions, being observed on the geopolitical map of Europe but less on mental maps Of political decision-makers in the West ...
  • Political Corruption: Context and Meanings
    Year: 2006 Author: Victor Popa, Igor Munteanu, Natalia Izdebschi, Ion Cuhal​
    From the entire political vocabulary, it is hard to find any other word that would be more commonly used by the general public than the word corruption. Party speakers and journalists, writers and mere philistines, lecturers and seasonal workers use this word with such ease that sometimes it would seem to be an inherent attribute of political life.
  • Public Policy Study: "The Justice Financing System in Moldova", 2006, conducted by IDSI Viitorul in cooperation with the Center for Legal Studies and Policies
    Year: 2005 Author: Wojciech Marchlewski Veaceslav Ionita Igor Munteanu Domnica Lozinschi
    Separately from central government, autonomous judicial authorities are an indispensable feature of democratic states. The role of independent justice is grounded in the principle of separation of powers in the state: legislative, judicial and executive. The principle of separation of powers is the main criterion for interpreting the various regulations that establish the functioning of justice.
  • EUROPEAN LESSONS Polish Experience and Opportunities for Moldova
    Year: 2007 Author: Cristina Gherasimov, Victor Nichituş, Margareta Mămăligă, Marcel Spătari, Mircea Eşanu, Sergiu Navin, Mihail Peleah, Alexei Timofti
    The last years have been characterized by strengthening political dialogue and relations between Moldova and the European Union. In this context, Moldova is approached through the European Neighborhood Policy launched by the European Commission in May 2004 in response to the enlargement of the EU towards the East and the need to avoid a new division of Europe ...
  • National Security Concept Project: A decisive test for the political elite
    Year: 2007 Author: Dumitru Mînzărari
    Any country is undoubtedly concerned, first of all, with the problem of its survival within the international system. Security, in its various forms, is the vital interest of states. Considering that there is no other purpose than ensuring its security, the governments ...
  • Political Parties of the Republic of Moldova: laws, practices and reforms
    Year: 2010 Author: Igor Munteanu
    Existing approaches to the way in which political parties have to be regulated varies considerably in the national space of the OSCE states. We consider states that do not have special laws that would regulate the functioning of political parties by assigning to them the same rules governing any other type of association - to states that have agreed to incorporate the provisions pertaining to the functioning of political parties into a specific ensemble Laws and regulations ...
  • 10 politicians in the June 2007 local elections
    Year: 2007 Author: IDIS Viitorul
    Through this scholarship, we aim to strengthen a training, research and civic action platform to ensure a systematic transfer of useful practices and innovative experiences of learning political phenomena to young people with high potential to become trainers Opinion and political leaders in the Republic of Moldova. A team of national and international experts has been involved in the administration of the IDSI-initiated training program within a flexible implementation calendar.
    Since the disintegration of the USSR, from 1991 to the present (2005), the Republic of Moldova has made clear progress in strengthening its state, military and civilian institutions, being observed on the geopolitical map of Europe but less on mental maps Of political decision-makers in the West. Unlike the Baltics, who have embraced the image of the European public as a cohesive group of free nations ...
  • EU / RM Action Plan: Total Arrears or Failure? Policy Discusssion
    Year: 2008 Author: Dumitru Mînzărari
    The opportunity for a serious debate on this topic was also suggested by the conference, organized in December 2007 in Budapest by the Hungarian Institute for International Relations, where the role of the states associated to the "Visegrad Group" In the context of the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) ...
  • Implementation of laws in the Republic of Moldova - "current issues
    Year: 2008 Author: Ion Beschieru, Viorel Furdui
    In the present study, the authors have proposed to identify and carry out a theoretical and practical analysis of the most important issues that negatively affect the law enforcement process in the Republic of Moldova. At the same time, it tries to address and elucidate some important and current aspects regarding the role and responsibility of the main decision-making institutions of the state in the field of the effective adoption and implementation of the legal framework in the Republic of Moldova: Parliament, Government, President ...
  • Guide to Ethical Initiatives at local level
    Year: 2008 Author: IDIS Viitorul
    This Guide includes a set of initiatives and recommendations for different levels of government. Although the package of initiatives is not a legal instrument, it constitutes a set of stipulations in line with the existing legal framework on public administration and public ethics in the Republic of Moldova. Some initiatives recommended in the Guide are already accepted and widely disseminated in the practice of public administration in the Republic of Moldova
  • Evaluating the funding of political parties and electoral campaigns
    Year: 2009 Author: Victor popa
    The analysis shows with determination the procedural deficiencies, deliberately provoked, under the "political necessity". The author strongly rejects the use of this argument against the constitutional space, protected by the provisions and force of the supreme law. According to the author of this study, the state authorities, the Parliament, the President of the Republic must undertake a series of concrete and effective actions
  • Parliamentary control and balancing issues of power relations
    Year: 2009 Author: Ion Creangă, Viorel Furdui
    The institution of parliamentary control is called upon to ensure the exercise of an important function of the legislature, which reflects an expression of the legal force of the representative mandate and is one of the great prerogatives of the legislative power. The function of parliamentary control, in particular, is a political one, finding its foundation in the sovereign power of the people ...
  • Constitutional reform: an imperative of time
    Year: 2009 Author: Victor Popa
    It is well known that the rule of law, regulating social relations, aims at achieving clear goals (fines) expected by members of society, such as organizing and perfecting social life, including new elements that would stimulate socio- Economic, political and legal society ...
  • Funding political parties: between transparency and obscurity
    Year: 2010 Author: Cornel Ciurea, Cornelia Cozonac, Leonid Litra, Sergiu Lipcean
    The topic of financing political parties and electoral campaigns is one of maximum interest for the Republic of Moldova, in the context of democratic reforms and integration in the European space. However, the RM remains behind in the adjustment of legislation to the standards and recommendations of the European institutions with authority in the field of regulation of political funding ...
  • Institutional and regulatory aspects of media financing in the Republic of Moldova. Focus on Teleradio-Moldova
    Year: 2011 Author: Sergiu Rusanovschi
    The study is a comparative research into the transparency of media funding sources in several European countries. The position of the Council of Europe and the European Union on the concentration of media ownership, the effects on the pluralism of information sources, as well as the financing of the public service broadcasting is surprised.
  • The perspective of regulating the lobbying activity in the Republic of Moldova
    Year: 2011 Author: Pavel Troșin
    This desideratum has begun to attract researchers' attention to public policy increasingly in recent decades, particularly in the Western democracies. In principle, lobby can do and do in everyday activity everyone and every one of us ...
  • The Black Book of Moldovan Media
    Year: 2011 Author: Ghenadie Mocanu
    Promoting a modern media environment in the Republic of Moldova requires first of all the realization of the negative examples and practices encountered by Moldovan media. This climate has been badly hit by the Communist Party's coming to power in Moldova in 2001, marking almost a decade of development of the media sector.
  • The White Paper of the Moldovan Mass Media
    Year: 2011 Author: Marina Dumbravă, Ghenadie Mocanu
    The present study is carried out under the project "Development and promotion of a modern media environment in the Republic of Moldova", implemented with the support of the European Union Delegation to Moldova under the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights. The project was launched on March 19, 2010 ...
  • Financing of political parties in local elections in 2011: a sample of medieval relations.
    Year: 2011 Author: Cornel Ciurea, Sergiu Lipcean
    The electoral campaign for the general local elections on 5 and 19 June 2011 is the fifth in the number that took place under the stricter regulations on the financing of electoral parties and campaigns. With the adoption of the law on political parties in December 2007, which laid down a series of clearer rules on party financing ...
  • The procedure for electing the President - "a starting point for a new reconfiguration of the political situation in the country
    Year: 2011 Author: Alexandru Baltag
    As an argument, the results of the early parliamentary elections of November 28, 2010, local elections in June 2011, as well as the results of the latest opinion polls show that the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova (PCRM) massively covers the Left Party, the Democratic Party of Moldova ) - center-left ...
  • Change of regime in Transnistria, what should Moldova expect?
    Year: 2011 Author: Leonid Litra
    The recent results of the unrecognized vote in the self-proclaimed Moldovan Republic of Dniester were surprising for all. Surprise is not just that Smirnov did not come out first; The biggest surprise is that Smirnov did not go in round two, and Russia's "nominated" candidate (Kaminski) ranked second, taking a little more than Smirnov.
  • IDIS Analysis: The Effects of Changing the Electoral System in the Republic of Moldova
    Year: 2012 Author: Leonid LItra
    Discussions on the necessity of changing the electoral system in the Republic of Moldova were a constant of political and public discourse from independence until now. Although these discussions have often been conducted on a theoretical ground, now they are animated through practical tools such as legislative initiatives that serve as proof of the seriousness of intentions to change the electoral system ...
  • Funding of political parties and electoral campaigns in the Republic of Moldova: normative, alternative and project realities
    Year: 2013 Author: IDIS Viitorul
    The system of financing political parties in the Republic of Moldova tended to reflect the dominant values, norms and conventions, both formal and informal, in the Moldovan society. However, the institutional practices and procedures by which these values, norms and conventions are applied are in line with the socio-economic and cultural dominant structure of society.
  • Gagauz Autonomy: Political Blackmail or in Search for New Contract Relations between Comrat and Chisinau
    Year: 2013 Author: Veaceslav Berbeca
    In this article, the author aimed to analyze the political situation in the Gagauz Autonomous Region, especially in terms of relations between the most important factions in the ATU Gagauzia. Also, the most important aspects that have a negative impact on the relations between Chisinau and Comrat have been evaluated ...
  • Causes and Effects of the Gagauz-Yeri Autonomous Territories
    Year: 2014 Author: Veaceslav Berbeca
    On February 2, 2014, two referendums were held on the territory of the Gagauz-Yeri Territorial Unit (UTAG, Gagauzia) - one with a consultative nature, the second with a "legislative" character. In the first case, the inhabitants of Gagauzia were called to the polls to decide on the Moldovan foreign policy vector, namely to say whether they are for the country's accession to the European Union or the Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan Customs Union.
  • Reform of the peacekeeping mission in Transnistria: a prerequisite for solving the conflict
    Year: 2014 Author: Cornel Ciurea Alyona Getmanchuk Leonid Litra Eduard Ţugui​
    The peacekeeping missions evolved in the twentieth century from simple missions, which deal only with security issues to complex peacekeeping missions that far exceed the classic format. The experience gained in peacekeeping missions and the random failure of some operations have stimulated the formation of more professional missions
  • Consequences of referendums in ATU Gagauzia on some raions in Moldova
    Year: 2014 Author: Veaceslav Berbeca
    The actions regarding the initiation and organization of the referendum in the Gagauzian autonomy regarding the Moldovan foreign policy vector highlighted the issue of the existence of a position of contestation by a part of the citizens of Chisinau's approach to the European Union.
  • The Republic of Moldova in the eyes of the US press
    Year: 2014 Author: Catriana Donovan, Michelle WI
    The American media does not reflect too much on the problems of the Republic of Moldova and the European Union. Faced with threats from Russian troops stationed on its territory, the Republic of Moldova is seeking help from the West, but what does the West have to say about this situation ...
  • Distribution of allocations for capital investments based on the criterion of political affiliation
    Year: 2015 Author: Veaceslav Berbeca
    The distribution of state budget allocations for local public administration authorities to finance capital expenditures is an important element in the political life of the Republic of Moldova. Politicians use this tool to finance capital investments for political purposes ...
  • Structure of alliances in district councils: between desiderata and facts
    Year: 2015 Author: Veaceslav Berbeca
    On June 14, 2014, local elections were held in Moldova. This election, being conducted in an economically, politically and socially difficult period, constituted a difficult test for governing parties, particularly because of the scandal in the financial and banking system ...
  • Gagauz file: developments and recommendations from civil society in Moldova
    Year: 2015 Author: Cornel Ciurea Veaceslav Berbeca
    The solution to the Gagauz issue, along with the Transnistrian issue, is a key issue for the statehood of the Republic of Moldova. The establishment of the Republic of Moldova as a state can not be imagined without creating a harmonious way of collaboration between the authorities of Chisinau and Comrat. Ignoring this aspect can lead to a periodic tension between central authorities and autonomy, which may sabotage crucial political decisions.
  • Results of elections in Gagauzia - Chisinau failure?
    Year: 2015 Author: Veaceslva Berbeca
    On March 22, the elections for the post Bashkan of ATU Gagauzia - initially coveted by 12 candidates. At the polling stations, about 58.1% of the total number of people registered on Electoral lists. After counting the votes, Irina Vlah Has obtained about 51% of the population's votes Of the Gagauz region, being elected as Bashkan of Region for a four-year term.
  • Transparency of decision-making within local authorities. Problems and solutions
    Year: 2015 Author: Viorel Pîrvan
    In democratic societies, transparency is an essential feature of Administration of public affairs. In According to the explanatory dictionary, the notion Transparency means something "that can be Easy to understand or guess; clear; clear; clear; explicit; precise".
  • Transparency in the work of Parliament: clear and binding rules for all
    Year: 2016 Author: Nationat Business Agenda
    Public hearing is a transparent procedure collecting opinions, by which any individual, group, Organization and institution concerned can bring Contributing to the definition of public policies. All of them Interested in expressing, in advance and in writing, a Opinion in the form of a deposition to be sustained and verbally during the hearing itself, Had at their disposal for consultation for the purpose of Information, the following: motivation for substantiation The themes and the purpose of the event, a guide for the purpose Guiding, writing the testimonies in Relatively uniform format, as well as a list On the topic under discussion.
  • Democratization and development of Moldova: Achievements and Prospects problems
    Year: 2016 Author: Viorel Chivriga, Cristina Avornic, Marin Gurin, Viorel Pârvan
    Democratization and modernization of the Republic of Moldova Is the main objective of the Moldovan society. A string has been introduced and implemented lately Reforms in several areas in the context of integration Europe. However, the Republic of Moldova continues to do so Confronted with a number of economic, social or political issues due to institutional malfunctions.

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