'Last chance' for Moldova after mass protests: PM

Moldovan Prime Minister Pavel Filip speaks during a press conference at Victoria Palace in Bucharest on January 26, 2016Moldova’s new Prime Minister Pavel Filip said Tuesday that his government faces a “last chance” to regain public trust as the country a battles deep political crisis, calling for calm from protesters demanding his resignation. “The political class now has its last chance to restore Moldovans’ and our international partners’ trust,” Filip said in an interview with BBC television. On a visit to neighbouring Romania, Filip said the elite was responsible for a political crisis that has seen Moldova rocked by mass protests in recent weeks.

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