National Unity Party (Moldova)

National Unity Party

Partidul Unității Naționale
PresidentAnatol Șalaru
First-vicepresidentAna Guțu
Honorary presidentTraian Băsescu
FounderAna Guțu
Founded11 June 2017
HeadquartersChișinău, Moldova
IdeologyMoldovan-Romanian Unionism
Political positionCentre-right
International affiliationNone

National Unity Party is a Moldovan political party founded in June 2017 having as its main political goal the unification with Romania of the territory between the rivers Prut and Nistru, also known as Bessarabia.


On 11 June 11 2017, the political party Dreapta, founded by Ana Guțu, changed its name to the National Unity Party of Moldova (PUN), at the extraordinary congress of the party. The former defense minister of Moldova, Anatol Șalaru, was elected PUN's executive president, and Ana Guțu was elected first vice-president. Both are former members of the Liberal Party.

At an extraordinary congress on 25 June 2017, the former president of Romania, Traian Băsescu, was elected honorary president.


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