CHISINAU, April 7 (RIA Novosti) - Moldova's
opposition leaders said they will continue to organize protests
until new parliamentary elections are held.
The protests in the capital Chisinau, which began on
Monday following the Communist Party's victory in parliamentary
polls, turned violent on Tuesday when thousands of protesters
surrounded the presidential residence in the capital, hurling
stones and smashing windows, and stormed the nearby parliament
"We will stay until new elections are held," the Liberal
Democratic Party leader, Vladimir Filat, told demonstrators.