MOSCOW (Sputnik) — According to the Moldovan Central Election Commission, 94.2 percent of the votes have been looked at, with Dodon leading at 49.51 percent and his main opponent Maia Sandu in the second place with 37.22 percent.
"I still have a good fighting chance to win in the first round. Not all ballots have been counted yet," Dodon said.
Despite the significant advantage, Dodon is currently below the fifty percent of the votes plus one threshold necessary to win the election in the first round.
The Moldovan presidential elections took place on October 30.