|Country||Republic of Moldova|
|• Raion President||Ilie Cernăuţan (PCRM), since 2007|
|• Total||295 km2 (114 sq mi)|
|• Density||98.3/km2 (255/sq mi)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
|Area code(s)||+373 67|
From 1393 to 1538, the region was part of the principality of Moldavia. In the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, the region was populated by Tatars. Localities with the oldest documentary attestation is Sadaclia, remembered the first time in 1793. In 1812, after the Russo-Turkish War (1806-1812), is the occupation of Basarabia, Russian Empire during this period (1812–1917), there is an intense russification of the native population. In 1918, after the collapse of the Russian Empire, Bessarabia united with Romania in this period (1918–1940, 1941–1944), the district is part of the Tighina County. In 1940 after Molotov-Ribbentrop Treaty, Basarabia is occupied by the USSR. In 1991 as a result of the proclamation of Independence of Moldova, part and residence of the Lapusna County (1991–2003), and in 2003 became administrative unit of Moldova.
District is located in the southern part of the Republic of Moldova. Neighborhood has the following district: north Cimislia District, the east boundary of the state with Ukraine, in the west and south bordering of Gagauzia. Also the district is the smallest area and population of Moldova was. The landscape of the field with maximum altitudes of 210–220 m with a mild erosion processes.
Typical European fauna, with the presence of such mammals such as foxes, hedgehogs, deer, wild boar, polecat, wild cat, ermine and others. Of birds: partridges, crows, eagles, starling, swallow and more.
- Localities: 10
- Births (2010): 241 (8.2 per 1000)
- Deaths (2010): 389 (13.3 per 1000)
- Growth rate (2010): -148 (-5.1 per 1000)
|Ethnic group||Population||% of total*|
- Christians - 97.5%
- Other - 1.2%
- No Religion - 1.0
- Atheists - 0.3%
Activities dominate the economy of the district are: trade (81%), paid services (18%), agriculture and manufacturing (1%). Of the total number of SME's which have 94.3% of all businesses in the district are recorded with only 50% profit. The local economy is based on sectors: manufacturing, trade and services, transport and communications. Small and medium business sector of the district lies Basarabeasca 99% of all enterprises in the district and 47.9% of all workers already employed.
The district Basarabeasca working 11 educational institutions, including: total students: in schools - 4234 children. Four secondary schools - 749 children, seven high schools - 3485 children. Institutions, school children -1014. School sports - 233 children.
During the last three elections AEI had an increase of 131.8%
|2010||43.86% 5,519||50.20% 6,317|
|July 2009||36.83% 4,716||52.05% 6,496|
|April 2009||19.70% 2,381||53.61% 6,749|
|Parties and coalitions||Votes||%||+/−|
|Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova||6,317||50.20||−1.85|
|Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova||3,219||25.58||+12.33|
|Democratic Party of Moldova||1,619||12,87||+2.38|
|Party Alliance Our Moldova||345||2.74||−4.82|
|Humanist Party of Moldova||151||1.20||+1.20|
|Total (turnout 73.55%)||12,699||100.00||
The district of Basarabeasca currently provides: a district hospital, a center of family doctors (which staffed by four doctors in the practice of family medicine), four general health centers, an emergency medical facility, two dental surgeries, and six pharmacies.
- District population per year[permanent dead link]
- District site
- Discuție:Raionul Basarabeasca
- Rezultatele alegerilor din 28 noiembrie 2010 în raionul Basarabeasca