Ion Chicu is sworn in as Prime Minister after the collapse of Maia Sandu's government on 12 November.
Moldovans head to the polls to elect their President. Incumbent Igor Dodon seeks a second term against main opposition candidate and former Prime Minister Maia Sandu, who wants closer ties with the European Union.
Igor Dodon, of the Socialists’ Party, wins Sunday's Moldovan presidential election run-off with 52.2 percent of the vote, besting former Education Minister Maia Sandu of the Action and Security Party. Sandu has not yet accepted these preliminary results because of voting irregularities which she will present to the Central Election Commission for review.
Voters in Moldova head to the polls in the country's presidential runoff between two opposition candidates, Igor Dodon, from the pro-Russian socialist PSRM, and Maia Sandu, from the pro-EU liberal PAS, with Dodon expected to win. Preliminary results, in this first Moldovan election where the president is chosen by national votes rather than by parliament, will be announced Monday.