It's still unclear if PAS leader Maia Sandu and Moldova's President Igor Dodon will run for the presidential elections. In a press conference, Maia Sandu said the person who would dedicate himself to clean the country must join the presidential race.
"We will make a duly right decision. I believe a person that will be likely to win, a person who is the most prospective candidate in this fight, who will dedicate himself to fulfill the citizens' wish - clean the corruption - must run for this position. It'll be a while until the elections. We need to see how the social situations will be", declared Maia Sandu.
Igor Dodon said in an interview for Tribuna that he had not made decisions to run the second term.
"This decision is not only political or personal but also based on a thorough analysis of our achievements in this term. It's almost a year left until the elections and I have very big plans for this year. My decision crucially depends on how these projects bear fruits", President Dodon stressed.