This was reported by the leader of “Our Party” Renato Usatey on Facebook.
According to him, failure to comply with the protesters could lead to more large-scale road closures.
“This is just the beginning. We will unblock the main Kishinev highway on Sunday, but in the capital and around the country there are still many areas where tents can be set up,” Usatey wrote.
He noted that on Sunday, the opposition demanded the convening of an emergency session of the parliament.
It was reported earlier that the center-left opposition supporters in Moldova pitched tents on the main street of Kishinev. In addition, Moldovan protesters are demanding the president’s resignation within seven days.