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Octavian Bodișteanu

Octavian Bodișteanu
Ministry of Youth and Sports
In office
May 30, 2013 – present
Preceded byOctavian Țîcu
Personal details
Born (1977-05-15) May 15, 1977 (age 42)
Fundul Galbenei, Moldovan SSR
Political partyLiberal Reformist Party (Moldova) (2013-2014)
Democratic Party of Moldova (2014-)
Other political
affiliations
Pro-European Coalition
ProfessionJurist

Octavian Bodișteanu (born May 15, 1977, in Fundul Galbenei, Hîncești) is a jurist and Minister of Youth and Sports of Republic of Moldova from May 31, 2013 until December 10, 2014, replacing Octavian Țîcu and being succeeded by Sergei Afanasenco.[1][2]

Activity

Between 2011-2013, Bodișteanu was Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Moldova.

Octavian Bodișteanu is a former performance sportsman (multiple national and international champion of free wrestling, master in sports), lawyer, the first honorary citizen in his native village.

Family

He is married to singer Janet Erhan and has two children, Daniela and Alex.[3]

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