Former premier Ion Sturza harshly criticizes PAS leader Maia Sandu for calling on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) not to sign an agreement with Moldova.
"Everybody knows that the IMF does not give money in vain. Reforms, adjustments. In pragmatic terms, it’s a good thing for the country. Asking the IMF not to ink an agreement is a kind of neo-Bolshevism. The worse for the country, the better for us," Ion Sturza wrote.
PUBLIKA.MD reminder: Maia Sandu has called on opposition and pro-Russian parties to put up a common front and hinder the IMF to provide financing to Moldova.