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Nicolae Andronic

Nicolae Andronic
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Member of Parliament of Moldova
In office
1990–1998
PresidentMircea Snegur
Deputy Speaker of Parliament of Moldova
Assumed office
1994
PresidentMircea Snegur
Personal details
Born (1959-05-13) 13 May 1959 (age 60)
Cotiujenii Mari, Șoldănești District,
Moldovan SSR, USSR
Political partyOur Party / Republican Popular Party (since 2004)
Children2 sons (Alexandru and Cristian)
Alma materState University of Moldova
OccupationJurist, lawyer, politician

Nicolae Andronic (born on 13 May 1959 in Cotiujenii Mari) is a Moldovan, jurist, and lawyer. He served as member of Parliament of Moldova between 1990 and 1998, and as Deputy Speaker of Parliament of Moldova in 1994. He has headed the extra-parliamentary Republican Popular Party since 2005 until 2015.

Early life

Nicolae Andronic was born on May 13, 1959, in the village of Cotiujenii Mari, Soroca region, in a family of intellectuals. In the 1981 he the Faculty of Law of the State University of Moldova, he obtained the Ph.D. in law. Married and has two children.[1]

Professional activity

In the years 1981-1986 working as probationer, investigator at Straseni district prosecutor’s office, senior investigator at prosecutor’s offices of Frunze, Soviet districts, Chisinau city. In 1986 he worked as a Senior expert at juridical section of the Office of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the MSSR. In the years 1990 – 1992 working as a Senior consultant of the Republic of Moldova Parliament’s leadership. He is a Lawyer Since 2001 until now.

Political activity

In 1989 he was the member of the commission for drafting law on languages in the Republic of Moldova. From 1990 to 1998 Nicolae Andronic was elected as Member of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova. In 1994 he was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Parliament. From 1993 to 1994 he was Chairman of the Commissions for Juridical and Law reform, which started the legal reforms in Moldova and member of the Commission on drafting the text of new Constitution. In 1999 he was Chairman of the Commission for territorial reform and decentralization of state power. On 22 May 1998 Nicolae Andronic was appointed Deputy Prime Minister, he held the function during Ion Ciubuc Cabinet II, and then from 1999 to 2000 he held the function of First Deputy Prime Minister in Ion Sturza Cabinet. From 2005 to 2015 he was the Chairman of the Republican Popular Party.

On 13 April 2014 at a Republican Popular Party congress, Nicolae Andronic gave the party to Renato Usatîi, renaming it to "Our Party" (Romanian: Partidul Nostru).[2][3] However, two months later Ministry of Justice rejected these changes invoking irregularities in the procedure of convening congress.[4][5]

On 8 February 2015 took place the repeated 4th Congress of Republican Popular Party, during which all the previous actions were repeated and, party was renamed, was elected a new chairman of party (Renato Usatîi), and was changed the party statute and program, with a unanimous vote of all the 97 delegates attending at the congress.[6]

Works

Books
  • Nicolae Andronic - „Opt ani în Parlament”
  • Nicolae Andronic - „Suveranitatea de Stat a Republicii Moldova”
  • Nicolae Andronic - „Cotiujenii Mari”

Decorations

References

  1. ^ Moştenitorii. Familia Andronic, VIP Magazin
  2. ^ Un congres ca o nunta. Controversatul om de afaceri, Renato Usatai, si-a lansat partidul cu mult fast, 13 aprilie 2014, inprofunzime.md
  3. ^ Partidul Popular Republican, redenumit în „Partidul nostru”, 13 aprilie 2014, trm.md
  4. ^ Motivul pentru care Ministerul Justiției a respins modificările la Partidul Popular Republican
  5. ^ Decizie: Renato Usatîi, fără „Partidul Nostru”
  6. ^ (VIDEO) Renato Usatîi a fost ales președinte al Partidului Nostru
  7. ^ DECRET Nr. 450 din 28.12.2012 privind conferirea „Ordinului Republicii” unor deputați în Parlamentul Republicii Moldova de legislatura a douăsprezecea
  8. ^ "privind conferirea de distincții de stat unor deputați în Parlamentul Republicii Moldova de legislatura a douăsprezecea". 2011-08-26. Retrieved 2017-02-28.
  9. ^ DECRET Nr. 236 din 22.08.1996 Cu privire la decorarea cu distincții de stat a deputaților în Parlamentul Republicii Moldova de legislatura a douasprezecea

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