The second round of the presidential election will take place this 15 November in Moldova. Moldovan voters will choose their new president between the incumbent socialist president Igor Dodon and pro-European former prime minister Maia Sandu.
In addition, in an update of its “Travel advice” section, the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE) warned its nationals against the risk of gatherings in the downtown of the capital Chișinău after the announcement of results.
The same source reported that protests could take place 16 November.
In this context, a security reinforcement should be expected. We remind you that it is advisable to keep well away from all gatherings and mob movements during the pre-electoral period, on election day and when the results are announced.