Democratic Agrarian Party


Democratic Agrarian Party
Democratic Agrarian Party
Partidul Democrat Agrar
President Vasile Odobescu
Founded 1950
Dissolved 1953
Headquarters Chişinău
Ideology Agrarianism
Official colours Green
Politics of Moldova
Political parties
Elections
from left: Ilarion Tautu, Vasile Odobescu and Alexandru Duca

The Democratic Agrarian Party (Moldovan: Partidul Democrat Agrar) was a clandestine political party in the Moldovan SSR.[1][2]

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The leader of the Democratic Agrarian Party was Vasile Odobescu. During the Soviet deportations from Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina, his family was deported from Bessarabia.

In 1953, Vasile Odobescu was sentenced to death[3] and Ilarion Tautu and Alexandru Duca were sentenced to 25 years in prison.

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References

  1. ^ Ion Ţurcanu, "Vasile Odobescu, un ostaş al dezmoşteniţilor", in Moldova antisovietică. Aspecte din lupta basarabenilor împotriva ocupaţiei sovietice. 1944-1953. Ed. Prut Internaţional , colecţia Clio (coordonator, Ion Negrei, Chişinău, 2000. Editată cu sprijinul Fundaţiei Soros, Moldova
  2. ^ Raportul Comisiei Cojocaru
  3. ^ Timpul de dimineaţă, Elena Postică, De ce trebuie scoasă la lumină rezistenţa anticomunistă?

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