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Declaration of the Democratic Forum of Romanians in Moldova on the need for removal outlawed Communist Party PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 05 July 2010 12:52

For several months, the Commission for study and appreciation of the Moldovan Communist totalitarian regime, established on 14 January 2010 by presidential decree, has investigated the activity of the Communist Party in the territory of present Republic of Moldova. The communist regime installed first in the area of the left bank, then after 28 June 1940, brought with force and between the Prut and Dniester, was a huge tragedy for Bessarabia, northern Bukovina, and Transnistria: More than a million and half people massacred, imprisoned (30 000), deported (74,515 persons), killed in organized famine of 1946-'47 (173,689 people) forcibly mobilized as cannon fodder in the battlefield of the Second World War ( of the over 350,000 54,618 died, another 100,000 are disabled veterans), forced to emigrate in 1940 and 1944 (about a million fellow left Bessarabia in 1940 and 1944 only), which presents a major genocide in address indigenous population from the totalitarian communist regime. To this is added: female national being abused by the cancellation of Bessarabians Romanian identity, by removing the Romanian language in education and social sphere, by seizing the historical truth by prohibiting ancestral faith, holy places were demolished or turned into stables, places to party etc. As the Nazi regime, the communist regime was an inhuman, criminal, terror and robbery, which is found in many documents of international fora (UN, EU, PACE, OSCE, etc.).. We think it's imperative that the current totalitarian communist regime not only be condemned, but as the Communist Party be outlawed, as was done with the National Socialist Party in Germany and other totalitarian parties essentially in other countries. Without removing condemned communism outlawed Communist Party would one outstanding action, a neutral effect fireworks. With the condemnation of this criminal regime is necessary to prohibit by law the use of the former USSR and communist symbols, such as banned Nazi symbols and Hitler's Germany and a ban on the concept of communist parties and communist name in public, the events that would try to rehabilitate the former totalitarian regime crimes. This legislation fully corresponds PACE Resolutions no. 1096 (1996) - The measures to destroy the legacy of former communist regimes, no. 1481 (2006) - "Need for international condemnation of crimes of totalitarian communist, no. 1723 (April 2010) - "victims of Great Famine Commemoration (Holodomor) and the Commission's conclusions for the study and appreciation of the communist regime in Moldova.

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It is also necessary, like the Baltic States and other countries:
- To create a committee to evaluate the damage committed by the Soviet occupation;
- To open a museum of communist crimes (which could be arranged in the gas chamber last in Europe, which functioned until 1953 in the cellars of the former Prosecutor General of Alexandru cel Bun street, no. 18, Chisinau)
- To raise monuments anticommunist resistance, deportation of victims, those killed in the Second World War, the famine organized in each of our locations;
- To create an Institute for Research on Totalitarianism Crime in Moldova;
- To develop a manual on the crimes of communism, which should be studied in schools in Moldova, from September 1 st;
- Parliament's decision to honor totalitarian demolition of monuments in Moldova from August 27, 1991.
All these proposals are contained in statements FDRM "communist genocide in Bessarabia and Bukovina, June 28, 1940 to January 1, 1950" from October 10, 2006, "About the PACE resolution" Need for international condemnation of crimes of totalitarian communist regimes "in the February 18 2006, "On the need for the Research Institute of Communist Crimes" of March 14, 2006, "On the condemnation of the communist regime in Romania" of December 26, 2006, etc.
Condemnation of communism and the removal of the outlawed Communist Party would mean an act of purification for the whole society, including those who say his only survivors of the "good deeds" of Lenin-Stalin.
Democratic Forum of Romanians in Moldova, as an expression of mass civic movement, which brings together over 120 NGOs, which has many members, victims of crimes of totalitarian communist regime of Soviet Communist party waited for - the heir of those who initiated crimes horrible against our people - to repent and recant his past bloody thing, unfortunately, did not, moreover, he tried to justify massacres, and this obliges us to support the Commission's proposals Parliamentary review and assessment of the totalitarian communist regime in Moldova and the Moldovan Government and Parliament asking definitive condemnation of communism, the ban on communist symbols and outlawing the descendants of Lenin-Stalin - Communist Party of Moldova.
Board of Directors and wise counsel of the Democratic Forum of Romanians in Moldova
Nicholas Dabija, writer, honorary member of the Romanian Academy (president);
Acad Michael bagpipes, president of the Writers' Union of Moldova;
Constantin Tanase, publication director of "Time" (vice president);
Ion Buga, PhD in History, professor (secretary general);
George Palade, Ph.D. in History, Historians Association;
Valeriu Saharneanu, president of the Journalists Union of Moldova;
Valeriu DULGHERU, Head of Department, Technical University, Doctor of Technical Sciences (Chairman);
Anatol Vidrascu, editor;
Valerian DOROGAN, rector of the Technical University of Moldova;
Nina Josu, President of the Association for Romanian Literature and Culture "Astra" - "O. Ghibu;
Alecu RENIŢĂ, president of Ecological Movement of Moldova;
Petru Munteanu, lawyer;
John protoiereu CIUNTU, Chairman of the Culture of Metropolis of Bessarabia;
Michael PATRAS, PhD in economics;
MAXIAN George, Professor (Orhei)
Michael MORĂRAŞ, President of Subsidiary FDRM from MSU;
Acad Chirca Sergiu;
John Dicusar, Doctor of Technical Sciences;
John MELNICIUC, doctor of philology, Head of Department, MSU
John UNGUREANU, former Minister of Culture;
John Costas, former Minister of Defense;
Academician Alexander MOŞANU;
Acad Peter SOLTAN;
Boris Druta, lawyer;
SILVESTRU Aurelian, doctor of pedagogy, the school "Prometheus";
Academician Anatoly CODRU;
Acad Ion Mahu, president of the Romanian Army Veterans Association;
Timothy MELNIC, president of the League of Teachers;
Aneta Grosu, editor in chief of Gazeta Guards; <br /> Boris Doyle, journalist;
Acad Ghidirim George;
Acad Anatol Ciobanu;
Acad Diomid Gherman;
Alexei Mărului businessman;
Sergiu walnuts, journalist;
BLACK Tudor, Doctor of Law:
Basil TĂRÂŢEANU, president of the Romanian communities in Ukraine;
Peter GROZAVU, president of Association and United Danube "(Southern Bessarabia);
Ilie Ilascu, a former political prisoner;
Andrei Ivantoc, former political prisoner;
Tudor Petrov-Popa, former political prisoner;
Alexandru Lesco, a former political prisoner
Chisinau, June 3, 2010


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