Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Four political parties entered the 101-seat parliament in Moldova, where about 50 per cent of the population voted. In the elections, where no party won the majority, President Igor Dodon's Socialist Party of the Republic of Moldova received the highest vote with 31.32 percent.
According to Sputnik, about 98 per cent of votes were counted by the Supreme Electoral Council of Moldova.
According to unofficial results, the Socialist Party of the Republic of Moldova (PSRM), established by President Igor Dodon, who was known as pro-Russian, won the highest vote with 31.32 percent.
The European and NATO Pro-Right Right Block (ACUM) won 26.33 per cent, the Democratic Party of Moldova (PDM) 23.93 per cent and the Shor Party 8.41 per cent.