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Working People's Party (Moldova)

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Working People's Party
Partidului Oamenilor Muncii
PresidentSerghei Toma
Founded23 April 1998 (1998-04-23)
IdeologySocial democracy
Political positionCentre-left[1]

The Working People's Party (Romanian: Partidului Oamenilor Muncii; POM) is a centre-left political party in Moldova.


The founding congress of the party was held on 23 April 1998, when the party's program and bylaws were adopted. The Working People's Party took part in the 1999 local elections and 2001 parliamentary elections. Ion Țurcanu became the chairman of the party.[2] It used to be known as the "New National Moldovan Party" (Noul Partid Național Moldovenesc; NPNM)[3][4] and the "Party for the Union of Moldova" (Partidul pentru Unirea Moldovei; alternatively the "Political Party for the Union of Moldova", Partidul politic pentru Unirea Moldovei, PpUM).[5][6] Currently, the president is Serghei Toma.[1]

The Working People's Party tried to participate in the 2020 Moldovan presidential election, but it did not get the necessary amount of signatures to be registered.[7]

See also


  1. ^ a b
  2. ^ New National Moldovan Party, Chairman: Ion Țurcanu
  3. ^
  4. ^
  5. ^ "Un nou partid – Partidul Politic "Oamenii Muncii"".
  6. ^
  7. ^ "Prezidențiale/ Serghei Toma, al patrulea pretendent care renunță la cursa electorală. Am putea avea opt candidați". Ziarul de Gardă (in Romanian). 1 October 2020.

External links

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