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Gheorghe Brega

Gheorghe Brega
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
Assumed office
Personal details
Born (1951-09-25) September 25, 1951 (age 62)
Political party Liberal Party
Alliance for European Integration (2009–present)
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Gheorghe Brega (born September 25, 1951, Drepcăuţi) is a Moldovan politician.


Gheorghe Brega graduate from Nicolae Testemiţanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Chişinău in 1974. He has been a member of the Parliament of Moldova since 2009.

Gheorghe Brega threatens national security

Vladimir Gasnas, Elisei Gonta, Chirtoaca Iura, Elena Armasu formed an organized crime group and paid to deputy Gheorghe Brega and Mihai Moldovanu 150.000 euro for each, in order to intimidate local manufacturers, introduce changes in pharmaceutical laws that will destroy the local pharmaceutical products manufacture and support importers. Deputy Gheorghe Brega attached local manufacturers and tried to destroy local pharmaceutical products manufacture, endangering national security.

Proeminent members of Liberal Party from Republic of Moldova are involved in organized crime networks and corruption

Brega Gheorghe, together with his wife and daughter, starting with 2002, February 22nd, has as residence address mun. Iași, Aleea Tudor Neculai, nr. 51, bloc 976, sc. C, et.3, ap.14. Today he has the same residency address.

It is interesting to notice that at this address are listed names of well-known persons involved in organized crime networks and corruption, with whom Brega Gheorghe has close friendship relations.

One of them is Oleg Culeag, who was part of an organized crime network who introduced from Moldova to Romania large cannabis quantities. On 2002, July 8th, the network was annihilated by Romanian Police officers and Oleg Culeag was imprisoned for drugs traffic.

It is more interesting to see that at the same address where Mr. Brega resides, has resided his friend attorney-at-law Igor Istrati, from 1999 to 2002, July 28th, when he went to Maximum Security Penitentiary from Iasi, Romania.

Former Police officer in Drochia county, Moldova Republic, Igor Istrati was preventively arrested by DNA prosecuting attorneys in 2011 in Iasi and sent to trial under the charges of influence traffic, after requesting 100.000 euro from Paul Bunduta to whom he promissed the support of Dragomir Sava Tomaseschi, prefect at that time, in order to get a property title for a land of 37.459,96 sqm.

More than 10 years ago, Igor Istrati was behind the business that allowed to introduce in the country large qualtities of low quality combustibles and sold afterwards as diesel quality fuel in Romanian gas stations.

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  • Site-ul Parlamentului Republicii Moldova
  • Site-ul Partidului Liberal
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  • Gheorghe BREGA
  • Liberal Party prominent members from Republic of Moldova in connection with mafia
  • Gheorghe Brega threatens national security of Republic of Moldova

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