To install click the Add extension button. That's it.

The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. You could also do it yourself at any point in time.

4,5
Kelly Slayton
Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea!
Alexander Grigorievskiy
I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like.
Live Statistics
English Articles
Improved in 24 Hours
Added in 24 Hours
Languages
Recent
Show all languages
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.
.
Leo
Newton
Brights
Milds

1990 Moldavian Supreme Soviet election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1990 Moldavian Supreme Soviet election
Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic
← 1985 February - March 1990 1994 →

All 380 seats in Supreme Soviet
191 seats needed for a majority
Party Leader % Seats ±
FPM Ion Hadârcă Majority
PCM Petru Lucinschi Minority
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Chairman of the Council of Ministers before Prime Minister
Petru Pascari
Petru Pascari
PCM
Mircea Druc
FPM

Parliamentary elections were held in the Moldavian SSR in February and March 1990 to elect the 380 members of the Supreme Soviet. They were the first and only free elections to the Supreme Soviet of the MSSR, and although the Communist Party of Moldova was the only registered party allowed to contest the election, opposition candidates were allowed to run as independents.[1] Together with affiliated groups, the Popular Front of Moldova won a landslide victory. Candidates who were openly supporters of the Popular Front won about 27% of seats; together with moderate Communists, mainly from rural districts, they commanded a majority.

On 5 June the Supreme Soviet renamed the Moldavian SSR the "Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldova" and issued a Declaration of Sovereignty on 23 June. It subsequently removed references to socialism and soviets on 23 May 1991 by adopting the name "Republic of Moldova", and declared full independence from the Soviet Union on 27 August 1991. The next legislature was elected as the Parliament of Moldova in 1994.

Results

All 380 deputies were elected in uninominal constituencies. The first sitting of the parliament was held on April 17, 1990.

Elected MPs

  1. Andrei Baştovoi
  2. Anatol Salaru
  3. Victor Pavlic
  4. Ilie Mocanu
  5. Vasile Gudima
  6. Andrei Ţurcanu
  7. Mihai Poita
  8. Nicolae Robu
  9. Vasile Nedelciuc
  10. Alexandru Mosanu
  11. Ion Popa
  12. Constantin Culea
  13. Gheorghe Carlan
  14. Mihai Sâromatnicov
  15. Valeriu Cibotaru
  16. Valentin Mândâcanu
  17. Titu Serghei
  18. Pavel Lupăcescu
  19. Mihai Bejan
  20. Dumitru Guţu
  21. Jorj Crisico
  22. Mihai Străjescu
  23. Vitalie Ustroi
  24. Dumitru Cereş
  25. Anatol Ivanov
  26. Peter Soltan
  27. Alexandru Gorodnicenco
  28. Iurie Maxuta
  29. Vladimir Dobrea
  30. Nicolae Grosu
  31. Nicolae Alexei
  32. Ion Eremia
  33. Dumitru Braşoveanu
  34. Elisei Secrieru
  35. Vlad Pascaru
  36. Teodor Macrinici
  37. Vasile Pruteanu
  38. Dumitru Cernei
  39. Nicolae Domente
  40. Gheorghe Bogdanov
  41. Iurie Timoshenco
  42. Vasile Basoc
  43. Ion Borsevici
  44. Anton Spanu
  45. Tudor Lefter
  46. Andrei Munteanu
  47. Gheorghe Siumbeli
  48. Gheorghe Nechit
  49. Dumitru Holban
  50. Grigore Cusnir
  51. Gheorghe Răducan
  52. Fiodor Nirean
  53. Sergiu Fandofan
  54. Ion Tacu
  55. Mihai Scutaru
  56. Mihai Ciorici
  57. Ilarion Guidea
  58. Ion Scutaru
  59. Mihai Lazar
  60. Nicolae Misail
  61. Ion Tanas (Chisinau)
  62. Vasile Para
  63. Valeriu Jardan
  64. Alexandru Ohotnicov
  65. Valentin Colun
  66. Semion Guranda
  67. Sergiu Argatu
  68. Vasile Şova
  69. Victor Reabcici
  70. Valentin Nicolaenco
  71. Ion Negură
  72. Nicolae Stadinciuc
  73. Tudor Mogăldea
  74. Nicolae Malachi
  75. Vasile Vartic
  76. Nicolae Todos
  77. Alexandru Arseni
  78. Mihai Cotorobai
  79. Spiridon Martâniuc
  80. Dumitru Grosu
  81. Nicolae Moraru
  82. Mihai Druţă
  83. Vasile Şevcenco
  84. Gheorghe Amihalachioaie
  85. Evgheni Berdnikov
  86. Yuri Atamanenko
  87. Ion Rusu
  88. Ludmila Laşcionova
  89. Pavel Gusac
  90. Dumitru Moţpan
  91. Vasile Domente
  92. Danil Matcin
  93. Mihai Popovici
  94. Ion Ciuntu
  95. Valentin Krilov
  96. Vladimir Solonari
  97. Anatol Rusanov
  98. Ion Novac
  99. Ion Mărgineanu
  100. Aurel Saulea
  101. Ananie Badan
  102. Valerian Gherman
  103. Afanasie Chechiu
  104. Ion Madan
  105. Lidia Istrati
  106. Elena Balan
  107. Olga Ojoga
  108. Dumitru Noroc
  109. Ion Prisăcaru
  110. Ion Stepanenco
  111. Valeriu Lebedev
  112. Victor Tocan
  113. Nicolae Proca
  114. Constantin Bogdan
  115. Ion Butnaru
  116. Ion Neagu
  117. Gheorghe Beliciuc
  118. Dumitru Postovan
  119. Stepan Plaţinda
  120. Ion Chiriac
  121. Petru Tărâţă
  122. Vladimir Carauş
  123. Grigore Cuşmăunsă
  124. Ion Palii
  125. Călin Botica
  126. Valeriu Obreja
  127. Sergei Popa
  128. Gavril Frangu
  129. Mihai Rusu
  130. Sergiu Manea
  131. Ion Ţurcan
  132. Anatol Zelenschi
  133. Ludmila Scalnâi
  134. Anatol Saragov
  135. Eugen Popusoi
  136. Grigore Bordeianu
  137. Anatol Chiriac
  138. Ilia Trombiţki
  139. Vladimir Agachi
  140. Piotr Şornikov
  141. Vitalie Zavgorodni
  142. Gheorghe Hioară
  143. Victor Berlinschi
  144. Anatol Ivanov
  145. Vasile Nestor
  146. Sergiu Coşceev
  147. Marin Beleuţă
  148. Valentin Dolganiuc
  149. Petru Poita
  150. Gheorghe Slabu
  151. Dumitru Postovan
  152. Ion Lapaci
  153. Victor Puşcaş
  154. Ion Buga
  155. Pantelei Pârvan
  156. Alecu Renita
  157. Iacob Negru
  158. Ion Popov
  159. Petru Lucinschi
  160. Constantin Tănase
  161. Gheorghe Trestianu
  162. Valentin Lefter
  163. Mihai Dimitriu
  164. Petru Muntean
  165. Ion Ungureanu
  166. Ion Cojocaru
  167. Valeriu Serjant
  168. Gheorghe Mazilu (-2004)
  169. Vasile Ursachi
  170. Iovu Bivol
  171. Petru Griciuc
  172. Andrei Cubasov
  173. Vasile Costov
  174. Constantin Sahanovschi
  175. Sergiu Chircă
  176. Petru Chimirciuc
  177. Alexandru Buruian
  178. Zosim Bodiu
  179. Mihai Musumanschi
  180. Svetlana Mâsliţcaia
  181. Mihai Plasiciuc
  182. Andrei Cabac
  183. Nicolae Dabija
  184. Tudor Olaru
  185. Anton Terente
  186. Petru Caterev
  187. Ion Munteanu
  188. Semion Gurghis
  189. Ştefan Maimescu
  190. Gheorghe Scutaru
  191. Vladimir Gudumac
  192. Serafim Urecheanu
  193. Tudor Angheli
  194. Vladimir Iuzvenco
  195. Victor Morev
  196. Vitalie Pritula
  197. Andrei Diaconu
  198. Constantin Ţurcan
  199. Fiodor Carapunarl
  200. Constantin Capsamun
  201. Constantin Tauşanji
  202. Dumitru Puntea
  203. Ion Batcu
  204. Stepan Curoglo
  205. Grigore Bratunov
  206. Alexandru Snegur
  207. Pavel Dubălari
  208. Stepan Curtev
  209. Vasile Cojocaru
  210. Valeriu Bulgari
  211. Nadejda Brânzan
  212. Anatol Conoplin
  213. Vasile Iovv
  214. Vladimir Capanji
  215. Boris Aculov
  216. Ghimn Pologov
  217. Grigore Volovoi
  218. Mihail Catcov
  219. Larisa Pokotilova
  220. Mihai Coscodan
  221. Gheorghe Grosu
  222. Nicolae Andronatii
  223. Nicolae Andronic
  224. Victor Arestov
  225. Vasile Baboi
  226. Semion Badrajan
  227. Pavel Bejenuţă
  228. Anatol Belitcenco
  229. Vladimir Beşleaga
  230. Tudor Bobescu
  231. Stepan Bogacenco
  232. Nicolai Bogdanov
  233. Anatoly Bolsakov
  234. Vladimir Bondarenco
  235. Ilie Bratu
  236. Petru Braşoveanu
  237. Boris Briziţchi
  238. Peter Bodorin
  239. Aleksandr Bulîcev
  240. Valentin Burduja
  241. Alexandru But
  242. Boris Carandiuc
  243. Petru Carauş
  244. Nadejda Cegurco
  245. Valdemar Cirt
  246. Valentin Cicikin
  247. Vitalie Ciorap
  248. Gheorghe Ciorba
  249. Mihail Kendighelean
  250. Gheorghe Ciobanu
  251. Ivan Cior
  252. Anatol Chişner
  253. Mihail Codin
  254. Vladlen Colesov
  255. Anatol Coleghin
  256. Victor Constantinov
  257. Ion Costaş
  258. Nicolae Costin
  259. Ilie Cosanu
  260. Dumitru Cretu
  261. Dumitru Croitor
  262. Valentin Cunev
  263. Anatol Davadov
  264. Valeriu Daraban
  265. Vladimir Darii
  266. Chiril Darmancev
  267. Lidia Dicusar
  268. Victor Diucarev
  269. Mircea Druc
  270. Alexandru Efanov
  271. Gheorghe Efros
  272. Valeriu Egorov
  273. Vladimir Emilianov
  274. Grigore Evstratii
  275. Fiodor Evdodiev
  276. Mihai Gajiu
  277. Iurie Gherasimov
  278. Gheorghe Ghimpu
  279. Mihai Ghimpu
  280. Vitalie Glebov
  281. Vladimir Goncear
  282. Mihai Goncearenco
  283. Vasile Graf
  284. Ion Grigoraş
  285. Gheorghe Gusac
  286. Mihai Guslikov
  287. Ion Guţu
  288. Ion Hadârcă
  289. Grigore Jelihovski
  290. Vladimir Labunski
  291. Valentin Leşinski
  292. Anatol Liseţki
  293. Veaceslav Litvinenco
  294. Vladlen Liuurov
  295. Ion Luca
  296. Petru Lupaşcu
  297. Mihai Malai
  298. Andrei Manoilov
  299. Fiodor Marinov
  300. Valeriu Matei
  301. Emil Mazureac
  302. Ion Mereuţă
  303. Ion Miţcul
  304. Andrei Moraru
  305. Alexandru Morozov
  306. Vasile Năstase
  307. Petru Nastasiuc
  308. Tudor Negru
  309. Victor Nikulin
  310. Constantin Novoderejkin
  311. Valentin Oglindă
  312. Nicolae Oleinic
  313. Velor Ordine
  314. Nicolae Ostapenco
  315. Tudor Panţâru
  316. Vasile Pasaniuc
  317. Piotr Pascari
  318. Ion Pădureţ
  319. Ion Palancica
  320. Boris Pălărie
  321. Dumitru Pălărie
  322. Mihai Patras
  323. Eugen Pâslaru
  324. Sava Platon
  325. Anatol Plugaru
  326. Valentina Podgornaia
  327. Petru Poian
  328. Mihai Popovici
  329. Anatol Popuşoi
  330. Veniamin Potaşev
  331. Evgheni Puşneac
  332. Alexandra Raiu
  333. Vladimir Rîleakov
  334. Nicolai Riumin
  335. Andrei Rusnac
  336. Mircea Rusu
  337. Andrei Safonov
  338. Vasile Sajin
  339. Anatol Salamandîk
  340. Petru Sandulachi
  341. Ludmila Silicenko
  342. Anatol Simac
  343. Igor Smirnov
  344. Mircea Snegur
  345. Mihai Şabarcin
  346. Vasile Şoimaru
  347. Constantin Tampiza
  348. Ion Tăbâică
  349. Dumitru Todoroi
  350. Stepan Topal
  351. Anatol Țăranu
  352. Pavel Ţîmai
  353. Ivan Ţînnik
  354. Tudor Ţopa
  355. Anatol Ţurcanu
  356. Leonid Ţurcan
  357. Anatol Ţurcanu
  358. Ion Ţurcanu
  359. Victor Uncuţă
  360. Ion Ungureanu
  361. Vasile Ursu
  362. Andrei Vartic
  363. Ignat Vasilachi
  364. Ion Vatamanu
  365. Vasile Vatamanu
  366. Vasile Vodă
  367. Piotr Volkov
  368. Anna Volkova
  369. Mihai Volontir
  370. Mihai Voloşin
  371. Piotr Zalojkov
  372. Oleg Zapoliski
  373. Iuri Zinoviev
  374. Fiodor Zlatov
  375. Vitali Znagovan

Aftermath

The Popular Front of Moldova gained complete control once Gagauz and Transnistrian deputies walked out in protest over Romanian-oriented cultural reforms. One leader of the Popular Front of Moldova, Mircea Druc, formed the new government. The Popular Front saw its government as a purely transitional ministry; its role was to dissolve the Moldavian SSR and join Romania.[2]

References

  1. ^ Vorkunova in Alker, p.107
  2. ^ Kolstø, p.140
This page was last edited on 5 July 2021, at 22:44
Basis of this page is in Wikipedia. Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported License. Non-text media are available under their specified licenses. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. WIKI 2 is an independent company and has no affiliation with Wikimedia Foundation.