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Ministry of Internal Affairs (Moldova)

Ministry of Internal Affairs
Ministerul Afacerilor Interne
Sediul MAI al Republicii Moldova.jpg
Agency overview
Formed13 September 1990
JurisdictionParliament of Moldova
Headquarters75 Ștefan cel Mare Avenue, Chisinau, Moldova
Minister responsible
Agency executives
  • Secretary General of State
  • Ianuș Erhan, Secretary of State
  • Sergiu Golovaci, Secretary of State
  • Gheorghe Bălan, Secretary of State
  • Mariana Grama, Secretary of State
Parent departmentMinistry of Internal Affairs of the Moldavian SSR
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The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova (Romanian: Ministerul Afacerilor Interne, MAI) is one of the nine ministries of the Government of Moldova. It is the main executive body responsible for the Trupele de Carabinieri.

History

During the Moldavian Democratic Republic, Vladimir Cristi served as Director General for Internal Affairs.

The Ministry was created upon cessation by Soviet Union of Bessarabia which was part of Romania in 1940. On 8 August 1940 The Government of Soviet Union has announced creation of NKVD Internal affairs organization that was responsible public order and state secret service in newly created Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic. After the World War II now with permanent soviet occupation local organization of NKVD on 26 March 1946 changes name to Ministry of Internal Affairs thus being direct inherit to current Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova. On 18 December 1990 the Parliament of newly Independent Moldovan Republic adopted law in relation to name of police (Poliţia) instead of Militsiya.

Among the departments of the Ministry are the General Division of State Guard, the Division of Information and Operative Evidence and the Department of Public order.

Ministers

Name Date Party Organisation Title/rank
Pavel Voicu 14 November 2019 – Present Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova Ministry of Internal Affairs
Andrei Năstase 8 June 2019 – 14 November 2019 DTPP Ministry of Internal Affairs
Alexandru Jizdan 20 January 2016 – 8 June 2019 Independent (by DPM) Ministry of Internal Affairs General of Police
Oleg Balan 18 February 2015 - 20 January 2016 Independent (by LDPM) Ministry of Internal Affairs General of Police
Dorin Recean 24 July 2012 – 2014 LDPM Ministry of Internal Affairs
Alexei Roibu 14 January 2011 – 24 July 2012 LDPM Ministry of Internal Affairs General of Police
Victor Catan 25 September 2009 – 14 January 2011 LDPM Ministry of Internal Affairs Major General of Police
Gheorghe Papuc 2002–2009 PCRM Ministry of Internal Affairs Lieutenant General of Police
Vasile Drăgănel 2001–2002 Independent Ministry of Internal Affairs Major General of Police
Vladimir Ţurcan 2000–2001 PCRM Ministry of Internal Affairs Major General of Police
Victor Catan 1998–2000 Independent Ministry of Internal Affairs Major General of Police
Mihai Plămădeală 1997–1998 Independent Ministry of Internal Affairs Major General of Police
Constantin Antoci 1992–1997 Independent Ministry of Internal Affairs Lieutenant General of Police
Ion Costaş 1990–1992 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs Major General
Soviet Moldova
Vladimir Voronin 1988–1990 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Major General
Gheorghe Lavranciuc 1985–1988 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Major General
Nicolai Bradulov 1961–1985 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Lieutenant General
Moisei Romanov 1956–1961 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Colonel
Petr Kulik 1954–1956 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Major General
Iosif Mordoveţ 1953–1954 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Major General
Petr Kulik 1951–1953 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Major General
Feodor Tutuşkin 1946–1951 CPSU Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Lieutenant General
Mihail Markeev 1944–1946 CPSU NKVD Commissar
M. Dimitrenco 1941 - 1944 (In Exile Moscow) CPSU NKVD Commissar
N. Sazikin 1940 - 1941 (Soviet Occupation) CPSU NKVD Commissar

Structure

The ministry has the following organizational structure:[1]

  • The Cabinet of the Minister
  • Directorate of Policy Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Directorate of Policies in the Field of Public Order and Security
  • Directorate for Crime Prevention and Fight
  • Directorate for International Cooperation
  • Directorate of Policies in Integrated State Border Management Field
  • Directorate of Policies in Migration and Asylum
  • Directorate of Policies in Crisis Management and Emergency Situations field
  • Directorate of Staff Policies and Education
  • Policy Service in the field of population and citizenship evidence
  • Policy Service in the field of state material reserves
  • Special Issues Service
  • Internal Audit Service
  • Directorate of Institutional Management
  • Juridical department
  • Human Resources Department
  • Financial-Administrative Department
  • Department of Document Management
  • Information and communication service with the media

Subordinate institutions

References

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