• Moldavia should have this right.

    Yes, I do indeed believe that Moldavia should exist as its own nation. I think that when given a chance, any region that has the means and the option to become self governing ought to exercise that option. The more local the governance, the closer and more relevant it is to the governed.

  • Let them try if they want to

    If the Moldavian people want to have their own separate country, there is no reason they can't try. It might work, or it might not. After the breakdown of the Soviet Union, many of the former republics struggled to survive as separate countries. It was tough, but that's what they wanted, and they had the right to try. They seem to be doing better now. So Moldavia can try as well.

  • Moldavia should be its own nation

    Moldavia should be allowed to break from Ukraine and become their own sovereign nation. When a country is so divided like this I find it hard to believe that all people involved would be worse off to just have these people split and form Oldavia as its own nation with laws.

  • Modavia should exist as its own nation.

    Modavia should exist as its own nation. Modavia is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe located between Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east, and south. Moldova declared itself an independent state with the same boundaries as the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1991 as part of the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

  • It's a Soviet construct.

    Today's Moldova is what the Soviet Union managed to occupy from Romania in 1940, by using a huge military power, 30-40 times more army than what the Romanians had at the time. Afterwards, the USSR started a massive russification program of this population, organizing waves of deportation of the Romanian element to Siberia and other far regions of Russia, while they were settling Russians and Slavic minorities into this region. This is the new "Moldavian" nation: a generic name "Moldovean" coming from the bi- millenarian Romanian cultural heritage to be used in order to cover the Soviet mess of a Romanian genocide, ethnic engineering and rusification under the spirit of "divide et impera" ? I don't think so...

  • It is too hard to break off.

    No, Moldavia should not exist as its own nation, because it would be hard for them to coordinate national defenses. The larger a nation are, the more powerful they are as a national defense force. Moldavia would be a weak nation on its own, and the people in the region should learn to work for an identity within the framework of the nation that they have.

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