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Iurie Chirinciuc

Iurie Chirinciuc
Minister of Transport and Roads Infrastructure of Moldova
In office
30 July 2015 – 30 May 2017
Member of Parliament of Moldova
In office
31 December 2014 – 31 July 2015
Personal details
Born (1961-05-29) 29 May 1961 (age 58)
Costuleni, Ungheni District, Moldovan SSR, USSR
Political partyLiberal Party[1]
Spouse(s)Tamara Chirinciuc[2]
Children2
Alma materMoldova State University
OccupationPolitician, businessman, economist[3]
Websitewww.chirinciuc.md

Iurie Chirinciuc (born 29 May 1961 in Costuleni[4]) is a Moldovan businessman[5] turned politician, who has served as Minister of Transport and Roads Infrastructure of Moldova since 30 July 2015 until 30 May 2017. Prior to this, between 31 December 2014 and August 2015 he was a member of Parliament of Moldova, in the parliamentary faction of Liberal Party.[6][7]

From 2008 until November 2014 Chirinciuc was president of the Moldovan football club FC Costuleni.[8]

In 1992 Chirinciuc began his business activity; he became vice-director of the firm Angrogoscom (1992), then executive director of the company Saturn SRL (1992–1997), and later vice-president of MOLDACOM SA (1997–1998), and director of ROVIGO SRL (1998–2013).[9]

In 2004 he founded the Association of Furniture Manufacturers of Moldova,[10] being its president until 2011, then he became president of the Union of Furniture Manufacturers of Moldova (2011–2013).[9]

Between 2011 and 2014 he was a councillor in the Council of Ungheni District.[9][2]

In late April 2017 the anti-corruption prosecutors and the CNA officers detained Chirinciuc, suspecting him in corruption acts.[11][2][10] One month later, while signing the decrees for the liberal ministers resignations (who left the government coalition),[12] president Igor Dodon has also signed a decree for dismissal of Iurie Chirinciuc from the office of Minister of Transport and Roads Infrastructure, while Chirinciuc was placed under home arrest.[13]

Iurie Chirinciuc is married and has two children.[9]

References

  1. ^ La mulți ani, D-le Iurie Chirinciuc! (in Romanian)
  2. ^ a b c Iurie Chirinciuc – ministrul milionar cu soţie condamnată, afaceri sub brand italian şi interese personale în construcţia drumurilor. crimemoldova.com (in Romanian)
  3. ^ Lista candidaților la funcția de deputat în Parlamentul Republicii Moldova pentru alegerile parlamentare din 30 noiembrie 2014 din partea Partidului Liberal (in Romanian)
  4. ^ ISSUU – Expresul de Ungheni NR. 22 (177) (in Romanian)
  5. ^ Deputați generoși cu partidele lor – au donat sume importante în campania electorală (in Romanian)
  6. ^ Structura Parlamentului > Deputații » Chirinciuc Iurie (in Romanian)
  7. ^ Discursul Dlui Iurie Chirinciuc, deputat PL, rostit în Plenul Parlamentului, în cadrul ședinței secrete din 24 martie 2015 (in Romanian)
  8. ^ "Iurie Chirinciuc renunţă la postul de preşedinte al echipei FC Costuleni şi se lansează în politică". Publika.md (in Romanian).
  9. ^ a b c d Iurie Chirinciuc — Ministru al Transporturilor şi Infrastructurii Drumurilor. gov.md (in Romanian)
  10. ^ a b Ultima oră: Percheziții CNA la domiciliul ministrului Iurie Chirinciuc (in Romanian)
  11. ^ De ce este acuzat Iurie Chirinciuc, ministrul Transporturilor. mold-street.com (in Romanian)
  12. ^ Miniştrii PL demisionează. Gheorghe Brega, Corina Fusu şi Valeriu Munteanu pleacă (in Romanian)
  13. ^ OFICIAL! Brega, Chirinciuc, Fusu și Munteanu, revocați din Guvern. Dodon: Au fost cei mai neprofesioniști miniștri (VIDEO/DOC) (in Romanian)

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