The Moldovan opposition calls on people to hold series of protests against the hike of gas and electricity tariffs, TASS reports.
“It’s important to unite and follow Armenia’s example, where people held mass protests after the attempted 18% rise in electricity tariffs,” ex-MP, leader of the “Our Home — Moldova” Party Grigory Petrenko said.
He said the rallies should be held every day and invited the first one on July 22 at the National Energy Regulatory Agency. Petrenko urged other opposition parties to support the protests.
Last week the Regulatory Agency decided to increase the electricity and gas prices 30% and 15% respectively.