Social Democratic Party (Moldova)

Social Democratic Party (Moldova)

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The Social Democratic Party (Moldovan: Partidul Social Democrat, PSD; Russian: Социал-демократическая партия Молдовы) is an extra-parliamentary political party in Moldova, currently led by Victor Şelin. The party was founded on May 13, 1990 and was previously known as the Social Democratic Party of Moldova (Partidul Social-Democrat din Moldova, PSDM).

At the legislative elections on March 6th, 2005, the party won 2.9% of the popular vote, but no seats. In December 2007 the party merged with the Social Democracy Party (Partidul Democraţiei Sociale, PDS) of former prime minister Dumitru Braghis. Some representatives of the Centrist Union of Moldova joined the new party, too. They didn't agree with the decision of their leader, Mihai Petrache, to abandon the process of negotiation regarding the unification of social democrats that had started some months before. Braghis has become new leader of the merged party. Eduard Muşuc, who was the chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Moldova before the fusion congress, has become the new secretary general of the party.

In June 2008 Eduard Muşuc formed a coalition with the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova and Christian Democratic People's Party to become president of the City Council of Chişinău. The year before the party's president Braghis was heavily critizised by the same communists when he ran for mayor. Some party members saw...
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