Moldova presidential election Result 2016 Timeline Dates Candidates Opinion Exit Poll, Moldova presidential election first second round result 2016, 2016 Moldovan presidential election Result Winner Votes
As none of the candidates was able to achieve a majority on 30 October 2016, a second round of voting took place on 13 November 2016 between the two leading candidates: Igor Dodon of PSRM and Maia Sandu of PAS. Preliminary reports indicate that Igor Dodon won the second round, and with it, the presidency (52.18% according to the official results).
Dodon is pro – russian leader and his win would mean loss of trust in pro-European leaders in the ex-Soviet state of 3.5 million, which was plunged into political and economic crisis after a corruption scandal came to light in late 2014. "I am president for the whole country, for those who voted for me and those who voted against," Dodon said in a short briefing to journalists.
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Moldova presidential election Results 2016
|Party||First round||Second round|
|Igor Dodon||Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova||680550||47.98||834081||52.11|
|Maia Sandu||Action and Solidarity||549152||38.71||766593||47.89|
|Dumitru Ciubașenco||Our Party||85466||6.03|
|Iurie Leancă||European People's Party||44065||3.11|
|Mihai Ghimpu||Liberal Party||25490||1.8|
|Ana Guțu||Party "The Right"||2453||0.17|
Moldova presidential election Schedule 2016
Presidential elections were held in Moldova on 30 October 2016. They were the first direct presidential elections since 1996 and followed a declaration by the Constitutional Court on 4 March 2016 that the 2000 constitutional revision that led to the president being indirectly elected by Parliament was unconstitutional.
Latest On Moldova presidential election 2016
- Moldova's presidential election will go to a runoff after a pro-Russian candidate narrowly missed winning a majority of votes.
- With almost all ballots counted early Monday, Igor Dodon won 48.26 percent, while pro-European rival Maia Sandu scored 38.42 percent.
- There will now be a second round on Nov. 13 as no candidate secured a majority of the vote.
- The election on Sunday was the first presidential election by direct vote in 20 years in this impoverished former Soviet republic.
- Moldovans, angry about high-level corruption, were divided about whether to seek closer integration into Europe or rekindle ties with Moscow.
|Candidate||Party||on electoral list|
|Mihai Ghimpu||Liberal Party||1|
|Iurie Leancă||European People's Party||2|
|Dumitru Ciubașenco||Our Party||3|
|Maia Sandu||Action and Solidarity||4|
|Igor Dodon||Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova||5|
|Ana Guțu||Party "The Right"||6|
Second round Opinion poll;
|Date||Poll Source||Sample Size||Dodon PSRM||Sandu PAS||Undecided||Lead|
|Candidate||Party||First round||Second round|
|Igor Dodon||Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova||680,550||47.98|
|Maia Sandu||Action and Solidarity||549,152||38.71|
|Dumitru Ciubașenco||Our Party||85,466||6.03|
|Iurie Leancă||European People's Party||44,065||3.11|
|Mihai Ghimpu||Liberal Party||25,490||1.80|
|Ana Guțu||Party "The Right"||2,453||0.17|
|Source: CEC PRIVESC|
As none of the candidates was able to achieve a majority on 30 October 2016, there will be a second round of voting. This will take place on 13 November 2016 and will be between the two leading candidates; Igor Dodon of PSRM and Maia Sandu of Action and Solidarity.