Candidate from the Democratic Party of Moldova, have won local elections, held on Sunday, in 8 out of 10 regions. In two villages candidates from PDM have entered the second stage, being the leaders. Those are preliminary data offered by CEC.
Therefore, PDM representative has won in Zârnești commune, Cahul region. Nicolae Beju was chosen there by 90% of voters. His opponent was socialist Victor Pascal.
PDM representative Ion Scutaru, managed to also become Mayor of Căpriana, with over 80% of votes, who as well competed wth a PSRM representative.
In Fundurii Noi village, Glodeni, over 60% of people chose PDM candidate Vasili Colenco, having defeated socialist Tatiana Ghetmancenco.
In Ghiliceni commune, Telenești, the Mayor will be democrat Nicolae Rotaru, who gained the support of 55% of voters.
At the same time, in Sărăteni commune, Leova, PDM representative Vladimir Ungureanu was chose, while in Ștefănești commune, Florești - democrat Ludmila Zdraguș
In another two districts, PDM forwarded one representatives each, both having won the election. We speak of Plopi commune, Cantemir, which is now led by Anatoli Todorov and Lăpușna commune, Hâncești, by Ion Bubuioc.
Berlinți commune, Briceni, will have a second stage. For the position of Mayor is currently competing democrat Viorica Oleinic and socialist Iurii Beliciuc.
In Sângera town, Chișinău, will also hold a second stage, where people will have to chose between PDM's Valeriu Poiata and PSRM's Sergiu Brânzila.
Regional elections were held in those regions, due to Mayors being unable to do their duties, from various reasons.