Sine ira et studio, despre Republica Moldova

 

Evenimentele din ultima saptamana din Republica Moldova au creat, in mod cert, reactii puternice pentru fiecare roman. Desi multi politicieni sau altfel de factori de raspundere s-au ferit sa ofere un raspuns direct, transant, exista numeroase opinii in sfera publica din tara. Despre acelea merita sa discutam, in asteptarea unei reactii importante si transante din partea titularului politicii externe a Romaniei. Acesta, asa cum a spus si Cristian Diaconescu, este presedintele Romaniei. Traian Basescu a si subliniat acest fapt de mai multe ori in ultimii ani. De aceea, pentru ca au trecut destul de multe zile, consider ca avem posibilitatea astazi sa discutam despre subiectul Republica Moldova, dupa cum spune titlul, fara ura si partinire. Haideti sa facem o scurta trecere in revista a faptelor, inainte de orice altceva.

Moldova este, din punctul de vedere al tuturor organismelor internationale, o tara democratica, unde alegerile sunt organizate liber. Din aceasta postura, Moldova este singura democratie din Europa unde majoritatea a fost castigata de catre un partid comunist in ultimele doua-trei(?) ocazii, in urma unor alegeri considerate de catre organismele internationale – precum OSCE – libere si corecte. Problema reala din Moldova, acum, nu este cea a miscarilor de strada, ci aceea a persoanelor retinute abuziv de catre autoritati. Ultimele zile au scos la lumina numeroase imagini ale protestatarilor care au fost maltratati si batuti cu bestialitate de catre autoritati. In numele acestora, reactiile nu ar trebui sub nici o forma asteptate exclusiv din partea autoritatilor de la Bucuresti, ci si din partea tuturor activistilor in domeniul drepturilor omului, din lume.

Atacurile politice la adresa Romaniei, proferate de catre Vladimir Voronin, inclusiv in cotidianul El Pais, demonstreaza o altfel de fragilitate din partea noastra. Ele pot fi explicate, cred eu, din perspectiva lipsei unui proiect inteligent al relatiei durabile de sustinere a Republicii Moldova de catre Romania.

 

In  mod normal, macar acum, seful statului ar trebui sa vina in fata romanilor si sa-si asume o pozitie ferma, demna si corecta, de aparare a propriilor sai cetateni arestati in statul vecin. „Presedintele tuturor romanilor” este si presedintele unora dintre acei  oameni supusi acum unor abuzuri grave.

Dar nu cred ca se mai asteapta cineva ca Traian Basescu sa abordeze acest subiect cu seriozitate si responsabilitate. Stim cu totii ca si acest moment va fi transformat intr-o manifestare de imagine, intr-un circ isteric, intr-un prilej de a indrepta atentia oamenilor catre orice altceva decat spre propria inabilitate.

Va mai amintiti, in 2005, Traian Basescu, in calitatea sa de nou presedinte al Romaniei, afirma ca in politica externa a guvernului Nastase ramasesera doua puncte negative : Ucraina si Republica Moldova. Ei bine, se pare ca dupa 5 ani, le-a rezolvat el, in modul cunoscut. Singurul produs de export al regimului Basescu s-a dovedit a fi scandalul.

8 Responses to “Sine ira et studio, despre Republica Moldova”


  1. 1 Larisa aprilie 14, 2009 la 8:59 am

    In primul rand toti cei care nu si-au asumat un punct de vedere referitor la Moldova pentru mine sunt niste lasi.

    Nu voi uita niciodata cand in 1992 intr-un schimb de experienta in Moldova , copii strigau : „Vin romanii!” – poate in acelasi mod in care si noi i-am asteptat pe americani si ne-am dorit sa intram in NATO.

    Mintea mea refuza sa inteleaga refractarismul Rusiei fata de Europa cu toate ca cea mai mare dezvoltare economico-culturala a Rusiei a fost in timpul tzarilor care au fost pro occidentali. Intrarea Moldovei in Uniunea Europeana nu ar face decat sa intareasca legatura Rusiei cu Uniunea Europeana.

    Poate imi puteti dvs explica de ce Rusia refuza cu inversunare deschiderea politico-culturala spre occident cand totusi relatiile economice cu occidentul sunt mai mult decat incurajate.

    Sunt ferm convinsa ca rusul de rand este un tip super de treaba care se zbate si el prin hatisurile structurilor refractare. Mi-ar placea sa-i vad pe rusi exprimanduse liber. Oare ce ar spune rusul de rand?

  2. 2 blogideologic aprilie 14, 2009 la 11:12 am

    „cea mai mare dezvoltare economico-culturala a Rusiei a fost in timpul tzarilor care au fost pro occidentali”
    Corect!

  3. 3 Diasporean aprilie 14, 2009 la 12:16 pm

    Daca Medvedev a reactionat prompt la Comunicatul de Presa al lui Voronin (in rusa) nu vad de ce nu ar fi putut si Presedintele Basescu lua pozitie, mai ales ca era vorba de niste cetateni romani, in speta jurnalisti , luati cu japca de pe strada de militienii lui Voronin. Dar aveti dreptate, destul de putine organizatii care apara drepturile omului s-au pronuntat despre aceste evenimente. Eu stiu doar de Reporters Without Borders, care apara dreptruile jurnalistilor :

    http://www.rsf.org/article.php3?id_article=30808

    Oare organizatiile romanesti de profil de ce nu au luat atitudine?

    In ce priveste „proiectul” domnului Basescu vis-a-vis de Republica Moldova, s-a derulat doar faza cu degustatul de vinuri basarabene.

  4. 4 Diasporean aprilie 14, 2009 la 1:43 pm

    Iata ca apar proteste ale reprezentantilor asociatiilor de aparare a drepturilor omului din Moldova. Pe cind din Romania, doar au fost abuzate drepturile unor cetateni romani in Moldova?
    _________________________________________________________

    Declaration regarding the escalating social and political situation in Moldova after the parliamentary elections of April 5, 2009

    Expressing our concern regarding the worsening social and political situation after April 5, 2009 parliamentary elections and, being worried that inadequate interpretations of these events serve as justification for decisions and actions that threaten to further polarize the Moldovan society, we declare:

    On April 7, 2009 spontaneous and peaceful demonstrations took place in the center of Chisinau. This generally peaceful event was used to provoke violent and criminal acts resulting in the devastation of the Parliament and Presidential buildings. The law enforcement bodies through their actions were not capable to prevent the acts of violence and vandalism.

    We categorically condemn such outrageous acts of violence and vandalism. However, we consider it inadmissible to present all protests through the prism of these criminal acts. In particular, it is utterly unjustified to shift responsibility from a small group of violent persons onto a far larger gathering of peaceful protesters or onto the political leaders, some of whom have tried in fact to stop the violence. The peaceful protests didn’t have an anti-state nature.

    While the acts of violence cannot be justified in any way and should be investigated by the competent authorities, we believe that those peaceful protests were fueled by doubts regarding the fairness of elections and distrust in public institutions, including those that administrated the electoral process. Those events were largely triggered by the dissatisfaction of young people with the social and economic situation and the feeling of uncertainty about their future prospects in the Republic of Moldova .

    The post-election statements made by the head of state have only contributed to inflaming such suspicions and provided an extra motivation for people to get onto the streets.

    These regrettable acts of violence and vandalism are now fully exploited by the authorities to intimidate the opposition and civil society and further restrict the already fragile fundamental rights and liberties of the citizens. The authorities have further restricted access to the public radio and TV, Internet and other media. The authorities have launched a massive brain-washing campaign to discredit the participants of the peaceful protests, the opposition and those having different opinions.

    The head of state is making extremely grave accusations against some political leaders, describing their actions as a “coup d’etat”, “anti-constitutional plot” etc., even before any investigations or court rulings in this regard. Such statements tend to further heighten the tensions and polarize the Moldovan society. By placing all the responsibility for the recent events on the political opposition and Romania, the authorities are creating an internal and external enemy, which may be used to justify the government’s failures.

    We believe that preconditions are being created for the establishment of a police and dictatorial regime in the Republic of Moldova .

    A reversal of the current disturbing trends is absolutely essential in order to avoid any further exacerbation of the political and economic crisis, prevent the international isolation of the country similar to that of Belarus and avoid compromising the European future of Moldova . It will be impossible for the country to get out of the crisis without the engagement of a broad spectrum of political actors and stakeholders, civil society and international organizations.

    The authorities of Moldova have a special role to play in overcoming this crisis and therefore, we ask them to:

    – Refrain from any actions or declarations which could deteriorate the situation further;

    – Give up any virulent messages, as necessary to create an enabling environment for political dialogue to help overcome this conflict situation;

    – Act strictly within the limits of the law in order to prevent any new acts of violence;

    – Make public the lists with names of arrested persons and, provide these persons with access to lawyers and human rights organizations;

    – Avoid any politically-motivated persecutions;

    – Initiate a comprehensive and transparent investigation, with international participation, into the causes that led to the acts of vandalism: identify persons who have maneuvered a part of the otherwise peaceful protesters towards the Presidency and the Parliament compound; identify persons who have instigated the acts of violence and crime; review whether the actions of law enforcement troops were proportionate to the situation and in accordance with their mandate;

    – Safeguard the freedom of movement for the citizens;

    – Assure the freedom of opinion and speech, safeguard the inviolability of individual freedoms, personal safety and security;

    – Actively contribute to the elimination of all suspicions related to the fairness and accuracy of election results.

    We call on all media institutions, and particularly on the Public Broadcasting Company „ Tele-Radio Moldova “, to cover correctly and impartially the political and social developments after parliamentary elections of April 5, with the equal and non-discriminatory participation of all parties concerned.

    Chisinau, 9 April 2009

    Signed by:

    Arcadie Barbăroşie, Director, Institute for Public Policies (IPP)

    Igor Boţan, Director, Association for Participatory Democracy (ADEPT)

    Viorel Cibotaru, Director, European Institute of Political Studies (IESPM)

    Nadine Gogu, Interim Director, Center of Independent Journalism (CIJ)

    Vlad Lupan, Independent Expert

    Ion Manole, Director, Promo-Lex

    Igor Munteanu, Director, Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS-„Viitorul”)

    Sergiu Ostaf, Expert, CREDO

    Andrei Popov, Executive Director, Foreign Policy Association (APE)

    Valeriu Prohniţchi, Economic Expert

    Victor Ursu, Executive Director, Soros Foundation Moldova

    Alexandru Canţîr, Director, Committee for Freedom of Press

    Vitali Catană, Expert, Institute for Public Policies (IPP)

    Victor Chirilă, Programs Director, Foreign Policy Association (APE)

    Antoniţa Fonari, Director, „Young and Free”

    Mircea Eşanu, Anticorruption Alliance

    Veaceslav Ioniţă, Expert, Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS-„Viitorul”)

    Vlad Gribincea, Lawyer

    Iurie Pintea, Program Director, Institute for Public Policies (IPP)

    Eugen Revenco, Programs Director, Foreign Policy Association (APE)

    Alexei Tulbure, Director, „ Helsinki ” Citizens Assembly

  5. 5 Larisa aprilie 14, 2009 la 4:51 pm

    Am vazut raspunsul de ieri a lui Vladimir Jirinovski … exact ce am intuit…

    🙂

  6. 6 Karakas aprilie 14, 2009 la 7:20 pm

    ok, deci omu’ a vorbit in Parlament. Si a marsat pe cartea nationalismului: dai cu sufletul romanesc, tinerii care simt romaneste, sa nu-i abandonam pe cei care vorbesc limba romana, sa nu ridicam Cortina de Fier peste Prut. Nu e rau, doar ca nu rezolva nimic, ba mai mult, incurca itele. Retorica lui nu a fost cu nimic mai prejos decit hulitul Presedinte al Ungariei, pe care l-a obligat sa „aterizeze” cu masina. Gesturi care nu umple golul de politica externa vis-a-vis de Moldova.

    Am retinut si initiativa de a „acţiona sa aduca in instantele internationale autorii violentelor din Chisinau”. Adica o sa incerce sa il duca pe Voronin sa fie judecat ca Saddam la Haga. Mie mi se pare un scenariu SF, cel putin la aceasta data.

    Pe de alta parte, am vazut ca dl. Geoana devine mai vocal, ceea ce e bine pentru el.

  7. 7 Alex aprilie 15, 2009 la 11:07 am

    Karakas, omul isi rezolva punctual problemele personale; votul tinerilor din RM si de pretutindeni care pun botul la discursul fara substanta al maimutoiului deghizat in Antonescu.


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