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Economy rules can not be changed without negative consequences
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For three weeks, participants of the School for political leadership were introduced to the political economic models of Moldova and other countries. To better understand how economic systems work, young people did group exercises, simulated cases of economic development, analyzed the problems of our country and have come up with solutions.

"Economic policies can be influenced by the society if it has strong will and cares to get involved," said Corina Gaibu economic expert IDIS "Viitorul", trainer within this module.

Corina Gaibu explained the notion of political economy, what is the policy of the income redistribution in the economy for different objectives and areas. The main components of the economy are: investment policy, monetary policy, fiscal policy, infrastructure, energy policy, agricultural policy, industry development policy, regional development policy, social policy etc. The expert noted the connection between organizational models of countries and their economic models. Also, an important role for the Government is to understand that it is impossible to fight against economy rules that can not be changed without negative consequences.

However, young people have shown a keen interest in the economic system of the Transnistrian region, but also the way how business associations from the country can influence decisions of decisions makers in favor of a favorable business climate.

As a guest, young people could talk to Victor Parlicov, Director of the National Agency for Energy Regulation. He explained the importance of energy and policies in this sector. Victor Parlicov explained the difference between DC and AC. Moldova has seven AC lines, six of them coming through Ukraine and only one through Romania. The expert pointed out the main reasons that Moldova can not have its own power source: the lack of geographical conditions favorable for the construction of hydroelectric plants and of resources of the nuclear power plants or for the clean energy. The expert also spoke about the gasification of Moldova, which was not a wise move for our country.

He also described the role of the National Agency for Energy Regulation (NAER) - which is to mediate relations between the energy supplier and the consumer. The main problem is that consumers are largely inactive and the NAER should play two roles: mediator and the representative of energy consumer, which is a difficult mission.

The expert encouraged participants to be more active and informed about the quality of services they buy, including energy.

School for political leadership is a project implemented by IDIS “Viitorul” with the financial support of the Hanns-Seidel Foundation and  aims to train young political leaders from Moldova, being a continuation of the "Advanced Learning and Political Leadership for Highly motivated European Young Leaders in Moldova" project, implemented in 2006 - 2007, 2008 and 2011-2012.

For details contact the Project Coordinator at the phone number 0 22 221844 or

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