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Commission For Constitutional Reform In Moldova
The Commission for constitutional reform (Romanian: Comisia pentru reforma constituţională) is a commission instituted in Moldova
Moldova
by acting President Mihai Ghimpu
Mihai Ghimpu
to adopt a new version of the Constitution of Moldova
Moldova
(1994). The commission for constitutional reform was set up under presidential decree (nr. 83) on 1 December 2009.Contents1 Overview 2 Membership 3 Footnotes 4 External linksOverview[edit] The Venice Commission
Venice Commission
of the Council of Europe
Council of Europe
will decide whether or not the Republic of Moldova
Moldova
really needs to adopt a new Constitution or to amend the 1994 Main Law, in particular to revise the existing procedure of electing president of the republic.[1][2] According to Mihai Ghimpu, the new Constitution will be initially adopted by the Parliament by 50+1 votes
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Gheorghe Amihalachioaie
Gheorghe Amihalachioaie (born June 1, 1949, Molniţa) is a Moldovan lawyer and politician who served as member of the Parliament of Moldova
Moldova
from 1990 to 1994.[1] References[edit]^ "Cine au fost şi ce fac deputaţii primului Parlament din R. Moldova
Moldova
(1990-1994)?". VIP Magazine (in Romanian). October 2006. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015
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Foreign Relations Of Moldova
After achieving independence from the Soviet Union, the Republic of Moldova
Moldova
established relations with other European countries. A course for European Union
European Union
integration and neutrality define the country's foreign policy guidelines. In 1995, the country became the first post-Soviet state admitted to the Council of Europe
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Nicolae Timofti
Nicolae Timofti
Nicolae Timofti
(Romanian pronunciation: [nikoˈla.e tiˈmofti]; born 22 December 1948 in Ciutulești) is a Moldovan jurist and politician who was President of Moldova
President of Moldova
from 23 March 2012 until 23 December 2016. He served as head of Moldova's Supreme Magistrate Council and was elected President by parliament on 16 March 2012.[1][2]Contents1 Early life and education 2 Early activity 3 President of Moldova 4 Personal life 5 References 6 External linksEarly life and education[edit] Timofti was born to Elena (born 1927) and Vasile Timofti in Ciutulești, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union,[3] and has four siblings.[citation needed] At the beginning of 1949, his family moved to Florești
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Victor Puşcaş
Victor Puşcaş (born July 18, 1943, Arioneşti) is a Moldovan politician. Biography[edit] Victor Puşcaş served as member of the Parliament of Moldova (1990–1994), Minister for Relations with Parliament (1994–1995), Chairman of the Supreme Court of Justice of Moldova
Moldova
(1995–2001), President of the Superior Council of Magistrates (1998–2001) and Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Moldova
Moldova
(2001–2007). External links[edit]Biografia sa pe situl Curţii Constituţionale a Republicii Moldova Decretul nr. 57 din 17 martie 1995 cu privire la conferirea gradului superior de calificare de judecător dlui Victor Puşcaş, Preşedintele Judecătoriei Supreme Cine au fost şi ce fac deputaţii primului Parlament din R
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Governor Of Gagauzia
The Governor of Gagauzia
Gagauzia
is the highest political position in Gagauzia, Moldova. Governors of Gagauzia[edit]Name From UntilGheorghe Tabunşcic (başcan) 19 June 1995 24 September 1999Dumitru Croitor (başcan) 24 September 1999 21 June 2002Valeri Ianioglo (başcan interim) 21 June 2002 10 July 2002Ivan Kristioglo (başcan interim, in opposition) 10 July 2002 29 July 2002Gheorghe Mollo (başcan interim) 29 July 2002 9 November 2002Gheorghe Tabunşcic (başcan) 9 November 2002 29 December 2006
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Mihail Formuzal
Mihail Formuzal
Mihail Formuzal
(Russian: Михаил Формузал; born 7 November 1959 in Beșghioz) is a Moldovan politician of Gagauz ethnicity, who was Governor (Başkan) of the Autonomous Territorial Unit of Gagauzia
Gagauzia
(Gagauz Yeri) from December 2006 to March 2015. Biography[edit] Mihail Formuzal
Mihail Formuzal
was born on 7 November 1959 in Beșghioz, Ciadîr-Lunga District (now Gagauzia), Moldovan SSR, USSR. In 1977 joined the Soviet army, in the military marine fleet.[1] In 1983 attended Odessa Higher Military School of Artillery „M.V.Frunze" (Ukrainian SSR). In 1995 Formuzal became Deputy Mayor of Ceadîr-Lunga
Ceadîr-Lunga
city, Gagauzia. Between 1995-1998 he studied at Academy of Public Administration of the Government of Republic of Moldova
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Parliament Of Moldova
Government (51)     PDM (42)      PPEM (9)Opposition (44)     PSRM (24)      PL (9)      PCRM (6)      PLDM (5)Crossbench (6)     Independents (6)ElectionsLast election30 November 2014Next electionbefore December 2018Meeting placePalace of the Parliament, Chişinău, MoldovaWebsitehttp://www.parlament.md/MoldovaThis article is part of a series on the politics and government of MoldovaConstitutionHuman rightsParliamentSpeakerAndrian CanduJudiciaryConstitutional Court Supreme CourtExecutivePresidentIgor DodonPrime MinisterPavel FilipCabinet
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Council Of Europe
The Council of Europe
Europe
(CoE; French: Conseil de l'Europe) is an international organisation whose stated aim[1] is to uphold human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe[2]
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Venice Commission
The Venice
Venice
Commission is an advisory body of the Council of Europe, composed of independent experts in the field of constitutional law. It was created in 1990 after the fall of the Berlin Wall, at a time of urgent need for constitutional assistance in Central and Eastern Europe
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Politics Of Moldova
The politics of Moldova
Moldova
take place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic, wherein the prime minister is the head of the government, and a multi-party system. The government exercises executive power while the legislative power is vested in the Parliament. The judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature
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Acting President Of Moldova
The President of the Republic of Moldova is the head of state of Moldova. The current President of Moldova is Igor Dodon, who was elected in 2016 after a 2nd round run-off vote with 52.2% over his opponent Maia Sandu with 47.8%
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Romanian Language
Romanian (obsolete spellings Rumanian, Roumanian; autonym: limba română [ˈlimba roˈmɨnə] ( listen), "the Romanian language", or românește, lit. "in Romanian") is an East Romance language spoken by approximately 24–26 million people[4][5] as a native language, primarily in Romania
Romania
and Moldova, and by another 4 million people as a second language.[6][7] It has official status in Romania
Romania
and the Republic of Moldova
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NATO And Moldova
Official relations between Moldova
Moldova
and NATO
NATO
began in 1992 when Moldova joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council. However, as Moldova's neutrality is enshrined in its Constitution, there are no plans for Moldova
Moldova
to join the organization.Contents1 History 2 Gallery 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] In 1992, Moldova
Moldova
joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, renamed the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council
Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council
(EAPC) in 1997. Relations expanded when Moldova
Moldova
joined the Partnership for Peace programme (PfP) in 1994
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