KommentariiUkropnaya revolyutsiya08.04.2009Besporyadki in Moldova through the eyes of blogerovSyuzhetyAntipravitelstvennye speech in Moldavii09.04.2009Zhurnalistki Morar not among the detainees participants protestaZhurnalistka Natalia Morar was not arrested by law enforcement authorities of Moldova during the protests in Chisinau, informs RIA Novosti . As explained by the Attorney General of Moldova Valery Gurbulya on the list of detainees Morar odnofamilitsey a journalist, and that caused a wave of reports about the detention.
According to the General Prosecutor, the person detained was installed during the inspection. Gurbulya explained that the name "Morar" is fairly widespread in Moldova. The message of the detention of journalist came from the republican MUP evening on April 8. Husband of Natalia Morar Ilya Barabanov first told Russian journalists that his wife was not arrested and then placed in a personal blog post, which asked not to believe rumors about her detention.
April 9, it was reported that the detainees Morar charged with organizing mass disturbances. Gurbulya not explained whether this message odnofamilitsy Morar, or the charges were presented in absentia of the journalist.
Morar itself previously stated that it was among the organizers of a peaceful protest on 6 April, but subsequently started riots nor she, nor her supporters are not relevant.
Natalia Morar is a Committee initiative group "I - anti." The journalist living in Moldova for two years, she was deported from Russia. She was barred from entering the territory of Russia under the federal law "On the departure of the Russian Federation and Entering the Russian Federation."
The protests in Chisinau began after the announcement of the results of parliamentary elections, won by the Communist Party. After the riots Moldovan law enforcement authorities detained nearly 200 people. In addition, on suspicion of organizing and financing the riots in Kishinev in the Ukraine, was arrested on a major Moldavian businessman Gabriel Stati.
Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin on April 8, announced that the organization of turmoil involving the authorities of Romania, and introduced a visa regime with Romania. Romanian ambassador to Moldova has been declared persona non grata. Note that among the demands put forward by some participants, it was a requirement of Moldova with Romania.