Chisinau, moldova (ap) — maia sandu, a former global financial institution economist who favors closer ties with the eu union, has won moldova’s presidential runoff vote, decisively defeating the staunchly pro-russian incumbent, in line with initial outcomes released monday. Sandu captured over fifty seven% of the vote, leaving the incumbent, igor dodon, behind by over 15 factors, in keeping with initial facts from the valuable election fee, cec, that said nearly a hundred% of the vote has been counted.


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