Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgăr

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Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgăr
Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgar.jpg
Born 1915
Died 2003
Political party
National Patriotic Front of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgăr (1915–2003) was a Moldovan activist and a political prisoner in the former Soviet Union.

Biography[edit]

Between 1969 and 1971, he was a founder of a clandestine National Patriotic Front of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina, established by several young intellectuals in Chişinău, totaling over 100 members, vowing to fight for the establishment of a Moldavian Democratic Republic, its secession from the Soviet Union and union with Romania. In December 1971, following an informative note from Ion Stănescu, the President of the Council of State Security of the Romanian Socialist Republic, to Yuri Andropov, the chief of KGB, Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgăr as well as Valeriu Graur (n. December 1940, Reni), Alexandru Şoltoianu, and Gheorghe Ghimpu were arrested and later sentenced to long prison terms.

Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgăr was condemned to 12 years in prison.[1][2]

He was the president of the Association of former political deportees (Romanian: Asociaţia foştilor deportaţi politici).

Legacy[edit]

The Commission for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Moldova will study and analyze the 1940-1991 period of the communist regime.

Works[edit]

  • Alexandru Usatiuc-Bulgăr "Cu gîndul la "O lume între două lumi": eroi, martiri, oameni-legendă" ("Thinking of 'A World between Two Worlds': Heroes, Martyrs, Legendary People"), Publisher: Lyceum, Orhei (1999) ISBN 9975-939-36-8

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