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Petru Buburuz

Petru Buburuz
Member of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union
In office
1989–1991
Personal details
Born(1937-09-26)September 26, 1937
Durleşti
Political partyPopular Front of Moldova
Spouse(s)Nadejda
ChildrenIurie, Vladimir

Petru Buburuz (born September 26, 1937, Durleşti) is an Orthodox parish priest and politician from the Republic of Moldova. He served as a member of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union and editor in chief of Luminătorul.[1]

Biography

Petru Buburuz was born to Dumitru and Anastasia, on September 26, 1937 in Durleşti. In 1989 election, Buburuz campaigned under the motto "The People's Will--God's Will" and was elected as a member of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union.[2]

Buburuz's victory made him probably the only clergyman thus far known to have been elected to the USSR Congress of People's Deputies as an unofficial candidate affiliated with informal national movements. He was also a contributor to Glasul (for which he has been admonished by the Chişinău metropolitan ate).[3] On August 27, 1989, Buburuz blesses the Grand National Assembly in Chişinău.

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