The Socialist Party of the Republic of Moldova (SPRM) and the political alliance ACUM were the two most voted parties in the district councils within the local elections, which were held on the 20th of October.
SPRM was ranked first, with a score of 27,11%. However, they got a weaker score in comparison with the results of the elections held on the 24th of February, when they obtained 31% of the votes.
The ‘ACUM’ alliance has also weakened its position compared to the 24th of Febuary parliamentary elections when they obtained a score of 26,8%, whereas at the recent elections they obtained a national score of 23,5%.
The Democratic Party (DPM) has lost the most votes as they obtained a score of 16,5% on the 20th of October in comparison with the 24th of February elections, when they gained 23,6% of the votes.
The ‘Șor’ Party got the 4th place, with a total score of 6,75%, compared to the score of 8,32% obtained at the parliamentary elections.
The surprise of the recent elections comes from the Liberal Democratic Party (LDPM), who did not participate at the 24th of February elections, however they obtained a total score of 5,12% of the national votes on the 20th of October.
‘Our Party’ was voted by 4,5% of the citizens at the recent elections, in comparsion with the score of 2,9%, which they obtained on the 24th of February.