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Veaceslav Untilă

Veaceslav Untilă
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
Incumbent
Assumed office
2005
Personal details
Born (1956-06-15) 15 June 1956 (age 58)
Codreanca
Political party Alliance Our Moldova
Alliance for European Integration (2009–present)
Children 2
Alma mater Moldova State University
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Veaceslav Untilă (born June 15, 1956, Codreanca) is a Moldovan politician.

Biography

He has been a member of the Parliament of Moldova since 2005.

Works

  • Regulamentul circulaţiei rutiere, Editura Universul, Chişinău, 1995
  • Crima organizată – contrasens, Editura Litera, Chişinău, 1999
  • Crima organizată – stop, Editura Museum, Chişinău, 2000
  • De ce ASC?, Editura Museum, Chişinău, 2000
  • Traiectoria evoluţiei politice, Editura Litera, Chişinău, 2003
  • Petele negre ale guvernării roşii, Editura Ulise, Chişinău, 2004
  • Politica e un joc serios, Editura Ulise, Chişinău, 2006

External links

  • Site-ul Parlamentului Republicii Moldova
  • Alianţa Moldova Noastră
  • Site-ul oficial al Partidului Alianţa "Moldova Noastră"
  • „Miza noastră este unirea”, Cronica Română, 9 august 2003
  • "Dacă există corupţie, avem şi oameni corupţi", Timpul, 19 decembrie 2003
  • „Până la urmă, adevărul şi democraţia vor învinge”, Timpul, 8 aprilie 2005
  • „AMN şi-a confirmat opţiunea social-liberală”, Timpul, 1 iulie 2005
  • „Comuniştii au interzis cartea mea, pentru a-şi ascunde fărădelegile comise”, Timpul, 16 februarie 2006
  • „Un pas în întâmpinarea asociaţiilor obşteşti”, Timpul, 12 aprilie 2006
  • “Basarabenii nu trebuie să se simtă abandonaţi de România”, Timpul, 21 decembrie 2006

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