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Vladimir Cristi

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Vladimir Cristi
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
1917–1918
Director General for Internal Affairs
In office
1917–1918
PresidentIon Inculeţ
Prime MinisterPantelimon Erhan
Daniil Ciugureanu
Minister in Romanian Cabinet
In office
16 January 1932 – 5 June 1932
Prime MinisterNicolae Iorga
Mayor of Chişinău
In office
29 September 1938 – 1940
Preceded byConstantin Dardan
Succeeded byAnibal Dobjanski
Personal details
Born1880
Teleşeu, Orhei District
Died1956
Văcăreşti Prison
Political partyMoldavian National Party
National Renaissance Front
Alma materMoscow State University
University of Paris

Vladimir Cristi (1880, Teleşeu Bessarabia Governorate, Russian Empire, (today in Orhei District) – 1956, Văcăreşti Prison, Romania) was a Romanian publicist and politician who served as State Minister in the Nicolae Iorga government between 16 January and 6 June 1932.[1] Cristi was mayor of Chisinau between 1938 and 1940.

Biography

He graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Moscow University and the Faculty of Agronomy at a university in Paris. In 1917 he was the Gubernian Commissar of Bessarabia. He was deputy in the "Sfatul Țării". He served as Director General for Internal Affairs in Pantelimon Erhan Cabinet and Daniel Ciugureanu Cabinet. In 1944 he fled to Austria where he held the title of minister of cults in the Vienna Legionary Exile Government.[2] Vladimir Cristi was arrested by the NKVD when he tried to contact Constantin Argetoianu. He was deported to the USSR, and after that he was detained at Vacaresti Prison, where he died.

Bibliography

  • Figuri contemporane din Basrabia. Enciclopedie, Chişinău, 1939
  • Alexandru Chiriac. Mic dicţionar al membrilor Sfatului Ţării, Patrimoniu, 1992; Dicţionarul Membrilor Sfatului Ţării 1917–1918. Editura Fundaţiei culturale Române. București.2001

References

  1. ^ "Agentia Nationala de Presa AGERPRES". Documentare.agerpres.ro. Retrieved 2014-05-14.
  2. ^ "Carte – Miscarea Legionara – Legiunea in imagini". Fgmanu.ro. 1944-08-26. Retrieved 2014-05-14.

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