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Dumitru Diacov

Dumitru Diacov
President of Parliament
In office
April 23, 1998 – March 20, 2001
Preceded by Dumitru Moţpan
Succeeded by Eugenia Ostapciuc
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
1994–2001
In office
2005 – May 2009
Incumbent
Assumed office
July 2009
Personal details
Born (1952-02-10) 10 February 1952
Kargapolie, Kurgan Oblast
Political party Democratic Party (Alliance for European Integration)
Agrarian Party of Moldova
Other political
affiliations
Communist Party
Alma mater Belarusian State University
Profession Journalist
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Dumitru Diacov (also transliterated from Russian as Dmitry Dyakov or Dmitri Diakov (Дмитрий Дьяков)) (born February 10, 1952, Kargapolie (Каргаполье), Kurgan Oblast, Russian SFSR) is a Moldovan politician.

Biography

In 1974, Dumitru Diacov graduated from Belarusian State University and then worked for TeleRadio-Moldova. After 1984, he worked as correspondent in Chişinău for Komsomolskaya Pravda and then for Komsomol and CPSU in Moscow (1986-1989). Between 1989-1993, he worked for Information Telegraph Agency of Russia in Bucharest.[1]

Dumitru Diacov was a Moldovan MP (1994–2001, 2005-May 2009, July 2009 – 2010) and the president of the Moldovan Parliament (April 23, 1998 – March 20, 2001).

He was president of the Democratic Party of Moldova (1997-June 2009) and later has been the honorary president.

External links

  • Ex-Communist speaker elected leader of opposition party in Moldova

References

  1. ^ 14 noiembrie 2006 Flux - Diacov, cameleonul-prizonier


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