- 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
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 and Ilarion Tautu and Alexandru Duca were sentenced to 25 years in prison.
- ^ 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
- ^ Raportul Comisiei Cojocaru
- ^ Timpul de dimineaţă, Elena Postică, De ce trebuie scoasă la lumină rezistenţa anticomunistă?
- Raportul Comisiei Cojocaru
- Drama Basarabiei
- Preluarea puterii şi instaurarea dictaturii comuniste
- Raportul privind crimele comunismului in Basarabia
Anti-communism in Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina (1917-1991) Political entities EventsMolotov-Ribbentrop Pact • Soviet occupation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina • Romania during World War II • Political prisoners in Soviet Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina • Fântâna Albă massacre • Tatarka common graves • Deportation of Romanians in the Soviet Union • 13 June 1941 deportation • Operation Yug • Operation North • Bălţi POW camp • Moldavian famine (1946-1947) Anti-Soviet organizations Prisoners and dissidentsVictor Andreev • Alexandru Baltagă • Vladimir Bivol • Filimon Bodiu • Olimpiada Bodiu • Gheorghe Briceag • Constantin Condrat • Dumitru Crihan • Ion Codreanu • Alexandru Duca • Gheorghe Ghimpu • Valeriu Graur • Tudor Goncearencu • Pan Halippa • Ion Istrati • Nicole Istrati • Eufrosinia Kersnovskaya • Ion Moraru • Mihai Moraru • Mihai Moroşanu • Vasile Odobescu • Ion Pelivan • Vadim Pirogan • Andrei Sănduţă • Isidor Sârbu • Andrei Stoica • Alexandru Şoltoianu • Ilarion Tǎutu • Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgǎr • Ion Vasilenco • Vasile Vâlcu • Victor Zâmbrea Passive dissidentism Persecutors Organisations, places, eventsCenaclul Mateevici • Literatura şi Arta • Mişcarea Democraticǎ • Popular Front of Moldova 1988-1991, people The political diaspora See also Commission for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Moldova Political parties in Moldova Parliamentary parties Extra-parliamentary partiesChristian-Democratic People's Party · Social Democratic Party · National Liberal Party · Party of Socialists of Moldova "Motherland" · Ecologist Party of Moldova "Green Alliance" · Socialist Party of Moldova · Republican Socio-Political Movement Equality · Agrarian Party of Moldova · Party of the Socio-Economic Justice of Moldova · Republican Popular Party · Unionist Movement of the Republic of Moldova · European Action Movement · Party Alliance Our Moldova AlliancesAlliance for Democracy and Reforms · Alliance for European Integration Historical political parties Politics portal · List of political parties · Politics of Moldova
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