CHISINAU, April 7 (RIA Novosti) - There are no
grounds to review the results of Moldova's parliamentary
elections, which were won by the Communist Party, President
Vladimir Voronin said on Tuesday.
The opposition demanded a rerun of Sunday's voting during
rallies in Moldova's capital on Monday. The protests turned
violent on Tuesday with rioters, mainly students, breaking into
the presidential residence and parliament building in Chisinau.
"Monitors during the April 5 parliamentary election in
Moldova said no violations had taken place," Voronin, who heads
the ruling Communists, said as the government gathered to
address the riots.