CHISINAU, June 3 (RIA Novosti) - Moldova's outgoing
Communist President Vladimir Voronin has failed to secure the
opposition parties' consent to take part in a vote to elect a
Moldova's recently elected parliament is having a second
and final vote on Wednesday to elect a president. The previous
ballot failed over the opposition's boycott. Fresh elections
will be required if lawmakers fail to approve the Communists'
Our Moldova opposition alliance leader Serafim Urechean
told reporters after talks with Voronin that the president's
cooperation proposal had come too late.
Liberal Democratic Party leader Vlad Filat said: "We have
no moral right to strike deals with the Communists."