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Vladimir Cristi

Vladimir Cristi
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
Director General for Internal Affairs
In office
President Ion Inculeţ
Prime Minister Pantelimon Erhan
Daniil Ciugureanu
Minister in Romanian Cabinet
In office
16 January 1932 – 5 June 1932
Prime Minister Nicolae Iorga
Mayor of Chişinău
In office
29 September 1938 – 1940
Preceded by Constantin Dardan
Succeeded by Anibal Dobjanski
Personal details
Born 1880
Teleşeu, Orhei District
Died 1956
Văcăreşti Prison
Political party Moldavian National Party
National Renaissance Front
Alma mater Moscow State University
University of Paris
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Vladimir Cristi (1880, Teleşeu - 1956, Văcăreşti Prison) was a Romanian politician.


He served as Director General for Internal Affairs in Pantelimon Erhan Cabinet and Daniel Ciugureanu Cabinet.

He was a member in Mayor of Chişinău (1938–1940).


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