- Communist Party of Moldova
Communist Party of Moldova
Partidul Comunist al Moldovei
Founded 1940 Dissolved August 1991 Succeeded by Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova Headquarters Chişinău Ideology Communism National affiliation Communist Party of the Soviet Union Official colours Red Politics of Moldova
The Communist Party of Moldova (Romanian: Partidul Comunist al Moldovei; PCM; Moldovan Cyrillic: Партидул Комунист ал Молдовей) was one of the fourteen republic-level parties that formed the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Indeed, the PCM was the republic-level chapter of the CPSU in the Moldavian SSR from 1940 to 1991. During that time, except for the period of Axis occupation in 1941-1944, it was the sole legal political party in the republic. It was outlawed by the government in August 1991, just after Moldova declared independence.
After the Communist party was legalised again by the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova on 7 September 1993, the PCM was reborn as the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova, which became the ruling party in Moldova since the 2001 elections.
The Commission for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Moldova will study and analyze the 1917-1991 period of the communist regime.
Name From Until Piotr Borodin 15 August 1940 11 February 1942 Nikita Salogor 13 February 1942 5 January 1946 Nicolae Coval 5 January 1946 3 November 1950 Leonid Brezhnev 3 November 1950 16 April 1952 Dimitri Gladki 16 April 1952 7 February 1954 Zinovie Serdiuk 8 February 1954 29 May 1961 Ivan Bodiul 29 May 1961 30 December 1981 Semion Grossu 30 December 1981 16 November 1989 Petru Lucinschi 16 November 1989 4 February 1991 Grigore Eremei 4 February 1991 August 1991 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
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