Valentin Mândâcanu

Valentin Mândâcanu
Born (1930-07-27)July 27, 1930
Mihăileni, Bălţi, Romania
Died October 29, 2012(2012-10-29) (aged 82)
Nationality Republic of Moldova
Ethnicity Romanian/Moldovan
Alma mater Moldova State University
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy
Spouse(s) Iulia
Parents Roman Mândâcanu

Valentin Mândâcanu (July 27, 1930, Mihăileni - October 29, 2012)[1] was a writer and politician from Republic of Moldova.[1]

Mândâcanu was a founder of the Democratic Movement of Moldova.[2] He was electead in 1990 election and served as member of the Parliament of Republic of Moldova (1990–1994).[3]

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External links

  • Valentin Mândâcanu, sursă de lumină şi adevăr
  • Raportul Comisiei Cojocaru
  • Chisinaul orasul meu
  • art. "Veşmântul fiinţei noastre" (pe marginea problemelor lingvistice)
  • Mandacanu, Valentin


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