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Electoral Bloc of Communists and Socialists

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Electoral Bloc of Communists and Socialists
Blocul electoral al Comuniștilor și Socialiștilor  (Romanian)
Избирательный блок коммунистов и социалистов  (Russian)
Co-presidents[1]Vladimir Voronin (PCRM)
Igor Dodon (PSRM)
Founded13 May 2021 (2021-05-13)
Political positionFiscal:
Left-wing to far-left
Social: Right-wing
Member partiesPCRM
Colours  Red
Seats in the Parliament
32 / 101

The Electoral Bloc of Communists and Socialists (Romanian: Blocul electoral al Comuniștilor și Socialiștilor, Russian: Избирательный блок коммунистов и социалистов, BECS), also known as the Bloc of Communists and Socialists (Romanian: Blocul Comuniștilor și Socialiștilor, Russian: Блок коммунистов и социалистов), is a political alliance in Moldova formed in May 2021. Its members are the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova (PCRM) and the Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (PSRM).[2]



Talks about the formation of a pre-election coalition were launched by the representatives of the PSRM in April 2021. In early May, Igor Dodon sent a proposal to the PCRM president Vladimir Voronin to form an electoral coalition.[3] The Central Committee of the PCRM approved by a majority the formation of a electoral coalition on 11 May,[4] the PSRM announced and a day later that they are willing to sign the protocol for the formation of the coalition.[5] The Central Electoral Commission accepted the request to form the Electoral Bloc of Communists and Socialists on 13 May,[6] and Voronin was chosen as the head of the coalition.[7]

2021 election

A snap election was held on 11 July, in which the BECS participated under a common ballot list led by Voronin, the head of the BECS coalition.[8]


Like their member parties, the BECS has espoused syncretic politics, combining left-wing politics on fiscal issues and right-wing politics on social issues. Both parties are democratic socialist,[9] and are conservative on socio-cultural issues.[10][11][12][13] On foreign issues, they are eurosceptic and anti-NATO,[9] and support closer ties with Russia,[14][15][16] and oppose the unification of Moldova and Romania and immigration.[17]

Electoral performance

Year Leader Popular vote % of popular vote No. of seats Seat change Status
2021 Vladimir Voronin 398,675 27.17%
32 / 101
New Opposition (PAS majority government)


  1. ^ "cu privire la cererea de înregistrare a Blocului electoral al Comuniștilor și Socialiștilor și a simbolului electoral". (in Romanian). 13 May 2021. Retrieved 14 July 2021.CS1 maint: date and year (link).
  2. ^ "Ultima oră! CEC a înregistrat blocul electoral al PCRM și PSRM" (in Romanian).
  3. ^ ""Să salvăm țara". Dodon i-a adresat o scrisoare lui Voronin cu îndemnul de a-și uni forțele la parlamentare (VIDEO)". NewsMaker (in Romanian). 7 May 2021. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  4. ^ Onisim, Milena (11 May 2021). "PCRM, despre crearea unui bloc cu PSRM pentru anticipatele din 11 iulie: "Trecem de la formatul consultărilor la formatul tratativelor"". Ziarul de Gardă (in Romanian). Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  5. ^ "Furculiță recunoaște că nu toți membrii PSRM au votat pentru crearea blocului electoral cu PCRM". NewsMaker (in Romanian). 13 May 2021. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  6. ^ "CEC a înregistrat Blocul Electoral al Socialiştilor şi Comuniştilor". 13 May 2021. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  7. ^ "Anticipate // Dodon anunță că Vladimir Voronin va fi cap de listă al blocului electoral "Comuniștii și socialiștii"". Deschide.MD (in Romanian). Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  8. ^ "Nr. 4854 - cu privire la demersul de înregistrare a candidaților la funcția de deputat în Parlamentul Republicii Moldova din partea Blocului electoral al Comuniștilor și Socialiștilor, a simbolului electoral și confirmarea reprezentantului cu drept de vot consultativ în Comisia Electorală Centrală şi a persoanei responsabile de finanțe". (in Romanian). Comisia Electorală Centrală. 21 May 2021.
  9. ^ a b Nordsieck, Wolfram (2019). "Moldova". Parties and Elections in Europe. Retrieved 13 April 2019.
  10. ^ Socor, Vladimir (2020). "Igor Dodon, Moldova's Strawman Dictator (Part Two)". JamesTown.
  11. ^ Nescutu, Madalin (2018). "Moldova to Host Global Christian Right-Wing Congress". BalkanInsight.
  12. ^ Ernst, Iulan (2021). "Moldovan left-wing coalition begins electoral campaign with anti-LGBT bills". Intellines.
  13. ^ "Despre partide".
  14. ^ Locoman, Ecaterina (2021). "Moldova wants to be more European and less corrupt. Parliament isn't helping". The Washington Post.
  15. ^ "Moldovans vote for president, pro-EU or pro-Russia visions". AP News. 2020.
  16. ^ "Moldova: Protesters demand chance to oust pro-Russia parliament". DW News. 2020.
  17. ^ "INTERVIU Imaginea jandarmului român care bătea în Basarabia, evocată de Voronin, realitate sau clișeu bolșevic reîncălzit pentru campania electorală? Istoric de la Chișinău: Domnul Voronin uită drama prin care a trecut familia sa persecutată de bolșevici". 19 May 2021.
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