French National Assembly member Henri Plagnol told RFE/RL correspondent Ahto Lobjakas that he personally uncovered serious problems on a voter list in Orhei Vechi, a town outside the Moldovan capital known for its monasteries, during his monitoring on election day.
Concerns have been high over the number of "dead souls" on voter lists, since their presence makes election fraud easier.
Plagnol said polling-station officials in Orhei Vechi initially dismissed his queries after he noticed pencil markings next to names on the voter list.
Eventually, the embarrassed officials gave up the ghost themselves: "I was told these people were dead," Plagnol said.
-- Andy Heil