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National Romanian Party


I. General provisions

The National Romanian Party is a socio-political organization, operating based on its program and bylaws, Constitution of the Republic of Moldova and other laws, international norms, and Universal Declaration on Human Rights.

The fundamental principles of party activity are scientific and historic truth, Christian morality, individual and national freedom, patriotism, awakening national consciousness of the Romanians to the East of Prut, democracy, private property, market economy and free competition, multiparty system, non-violence, social justice, respect of human dignity, equality of all the citizens under law, promotion of worldwide and national values, equal chances in social competition, decent living standards, developing education, culture and science, social security of the vulnerable groups, firstly of the persons persecuted by the Russian Communist occupation regime, counterpoising human rights to the national rights.

The major goal of the Party is to contribute via legal methods to the reintegration of the Motherland and abolishing the consequences of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.

II. Program goals

a) Political:

  • Public awareness campaigns among the population of the Republic of Moldova citizens, regardless of their ethnic origin, on the need to reintegrate the Motherland and join European Union;
  • Furthering the process of national revival of the Romanians to the East of Prut in line with the national Romanian and general values;
  • Protecting Romanian values, consolidating the joint spiritual and cultural space with Romania. Romanian language as a state language and language for interethnic communication on the entire soil of the Republic of Moldova, condemning primitive Moldovenism;
  • Contributing to the reintegration, prosperity and survival of the motherland in the context of cultural and economic world competition;
  • Abolishing separatism, preventing the federalization of the Republic of Moldova. Withdrawal of the Russian occupation army from Transdnistrian territory of the Republic of Moldova;
  • Republic of Moldova integration in the European Union. Preserving and consolidating economic ties with other countries, firstly Romania. Withdrawal of the Republic of Moldova from the Community of Independent States;
  • Adjusting Republic of Moldova laws to that of Romania and to the international law standards;
  • Edifying a prosperous society, based on parliamentary democracy, political and economic pluralism, and generally accepted values;
  • Securing a real independence of the Republic of Moldova from the former Russian-Soviet Empire and Russian Federation. Liquidating the consequences of the Russian-Soviet imperialism and colonialism, especially military and Communist ones;
  • Condemning and not admitting the revival of Communist ideology and totalitarian dictatorship, liquidating the dependence upon the Russian Empire;
  • Ensuring equal rights and freedoms to all the citizens of Moldova, regardless of their ethnic origin;
  • Edifying rule of law state, separation of powers, decentralization of the executive power and delegating some of the prerogatives to the local government; autonomous local public administration;
  • Creating a judiciary system able to represent the III power in the state;
  • Freedom of press, radio and TV.

b) Economic:

  • Privatization of agricultural and energetic sectors, telecommunications, transportation, commerce, services and tourism;
  • Supporting small and medium enterprises;
  • Directing foreign investments to the development of private sector and high-tech;
  • Establishing a favorable fiscal system in order to protect the domestic market, to support domestic producers and boost economy;
  • Changing the national economy structure in line with the raw materials and resources available, historic and national traditions, regional and national tendencies; prohibiting the export of raw materials, producing only finite products, restructuring enterprises of the former Soviet military-industrial complex;
  • Redirecting national economy towards the West, firstly Romania. Integrating Republic of Moldova economy in the Romanian one;
  • Diversifying energy markets and developing own ones;
  • Adjusting Republic of Moldova energy system to the Romanian and European one;
  • Diminishing Republic of Moldova dependence upon the former soviet space and integrating Republic of Moldova economy into the European and global one;
  • Increasing the production and exports by extending on new raw material markets of energy and placing Republic of Moldova products;
  • Attracting foreign investments by establishing a favorable legal framework;
  • Boosting crafts and tourism industry. Creating in rural areas agricultural products processing enterprises. Returning the land to all Republic of Moldova citizens who owned it prior to collectivization, as well as to their successors;
  • Primacy of bilateral economic relations;
  • Revival (physical, spiritual) of the labor force;
  • Party opts for: cooperation with OSCE, Council of Europe, other European structures; integration in the European Union, cooperation with International Monetary Fund, World Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development; political, economic and diplomatic relations with countries of the world;
  • Perfecting Republic of Moldova legislation on education, science and culture;
  • Preserving the spiritual patrimony of the Romanian people. Creating an extra budgetary fund for preserving traditions and folklore.

c) Spiritual - education, science, culture and religion:

  • Improving the legal framework regulating spiritual life;
  • Education, scientific research, national culture, religion;
  • Changing the education system in order to awake the national Romanian dignity;
  • Preserving and promoting the spiritual patrimony of the Romania people, traditions and folklore;
  • Education in Romanian in all state universities;
  • Preserving and furthering intellectual and technical-scientific potential; supporting boarding schools;
  • Awarding through competition scholarships to talented students, especially the poor ones;
  • State financial aid to talented artists;
  • Supporting free enterprise, competition, value and originality as norms of utilizing the human potential in the field of scientific research;
  • Promoting and liberalizing scientific and cultural ties with Romania and other countries; free flow of information;
  • Scientific research should be conducted in state institutions as well as in private ones;
  • Acknowledging that religion is a key element in moral education of Romanians, the Party opts for teaching religion in schools;
  • Contributing to the registration of the Bessarabian Church.

d) Social:

  • Ensuring equal rights to all the citizens of the Republic, regardless of ethnic origin, religion, age or sex;
  • Ensuring decent living standards;
  • Transition to preventive medicine, family medical assistance;
  • Social security in case of unemployment, inflation, or incapacity to work of the main family supporter. Protecting and supporting orphans, elderly, handicapped, victims of political repression, including members of their families, Romanian Army War veterans, and other disadvantaged strata of the society;
  • Timely raising scholarships and pensions and indeminifying the income according to the inflation rate;
  • Establishing new work places;
  • State compensation for the patrimony confiscated from the citizens during political repression;
  • Establishing favorable conditions for the unemployed re-qualification;
  • Eliminating such discouraging factors as corruption, crime and profiteering;
  • Encouraging the establishment of new and free trade unions;
  • Pursuing the enforcement of the Parliament Resolution of December 8, 1992 on claiming compensation for the victims of political repression from Russia, legal successor of the URSS.

e) Environmental:

  • Protecting environment and ensuring environmental balance;
  • Encouraging technologies for the production of environmental-clean products;
  • Perfecting environmental law;
  • Prohibiting the transit and storage of toxic and radioactive substance on the soil of the Republic of Moldova;
  • Using natural methods - afforestation, green zones, etc to fight soil erosion;
  • Excluding to a reasonable extent the degradation factors from all the fields of economy, such as: excessive use of chemification; water pollution, wastes storage on unauthorized places, atmosphere pollution;
  • Environmental education at all the levels;
  • Using advanced biological plant protection methods in agriculture and forestry, largely employing methods to fight erosion and increase soil fertility;
  • Supporting local, regional and international environmental programs in order to improve the environment.

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