"If on Tuesday till 5 p.m. [14:00 GMT] there is no reaction by the authorities, we will go to the presidential residence to demand a meeting, which we have been trying to get for days. Once again, I call on the president, the prime minister and the speaker to find time in their schedules and come to the government building to meet with the protesters," Vasily Nastase said.
He added that the activists had created a body called the Council of the Great National Assembly, which decided to open a bank account so that citizens of Moldova and foreigners could send money to support the protest.
The protests in Moldova were sparked by the disappearance of more than $1 billion, or the equivalent of 15 percent of the country's total gross domestic product, from three Moldovan banks last year. The incident negatively impacted on the country's banking system and depreciated the national currency, the leu.