Former Moldovan President Igor Dodon was placed under house arrest for 30 days. The corresponding decision was made by the Cecan court, NewsMaker reports.
Thus, the court partially granted the petition of the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Petru Yarmalyuk to arrest Dodon.
“Today [May 26] Dodon 09:00 [coincides with Moscow time] I was going to go abroad. Large sums in foreign currency were found, which indicates that he intended to leave the territory of the Republic of Moldova,— he said (quote from point.md).
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