Deșteptarea (newspaper)

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Deşteptarea
Publisher Popular Front of Moldova
Editor-in-chief Ştefan Secăreanu
Associate editor Sergiu Burcă (deputy editor in chief)
Founded May 20, 1989
Political alignment Popular Front of Moldova
Language Romanian
Ceased publication 1990 (successor: Ţara)
Headquarters Chişinău
Sister newspapers Ţara

Deşteptarea (English: The Awakening) was a newspaper from the Republic of Moldova founded on May 20, 1989 as a newspaper of the Popular Front of Moldova. Ştefan Secăreanu was the editor in chief and Sergiu Burcă was the deputy editor in chief. The first two issues were printed in the Baltic states. After August 1990, its successor was Ţara.[1][2][3]

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  • Partidul Popular Creştin Democrat. Documente şi materiale. 1998-2008. Volumul I (1988–1994).

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