The opposition to the communists' regime in Moldavia didn't agree with the official results of the general elections held n this country (a former part of the Russian Empire) on 5 April 2009. The opposition rally on 7 April 2009 overgrew to the seizure of the buildings of the residence of the President and the Parliament in Kishinev, a capital of Moldavia.
"Communists, go away!"
The Russian monarchists are sure that it is the next evidence that the countries organised on the territory of the Russia Empire can't solve the problems of its population themselves and that their sovereignity is a fiction. In relation to the position of official Communists' Govenment of Moldavia, the Russian Monarchists think that the communists are true organisers of the massacres and marauding. Their aim was to discredit the opposition and to accuse Romania of the results of their own mistakes in economy and politics.