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Moldovan parliament passes vote of no confidence in Filat government

CHISINAU (Reuters) - Moldova's parliament on Tuesday passed a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Vlad Filat's government after weeks of feuding within the three-party pro-Europe coalition which has governed the former Soviet republic for more than three years.Full story

Moldova's government faces no-confidence vote next week

KIEV (Reuters) - Moldova's pro-Western government will face a vote of no confidence next week that could trigger an early election if the feuding members of the ruling coalition fail to unite against the motion. Full story

Moldovan PM's move threatens ruling coalition with collapse

CHISINAU (Reuters) - The pro-Western bloc that has run Moldova since 2009 appeared headed for collapse on Wednesday after Prime Minister Vlad Filat denounced the founding coalition agreement and accused his allies of corruption. Full story

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