Timofti is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Cristina is a female given name, and it is also a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Codreanu is a Romanian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Moldovan or Moldovanu is a common surname in Romania and Moldova. It may refer to any of the following:
Epureanu or Iepureanu is a Romanian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Popovici is a Romanian/Moldovan surname:
Butnaru is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Presidential elections were held in Moldova on 16 December 2011. The president was elected by the parliament in an indirect election. After the election on 16 December failed, a second attempt was made on 15 January 2012. However, that vote was annulled as being unconstitutional since it had not been held in a secret vote. On 16 March, parliament elected Nicolae Timofti as president by 62 votes out of 101, with the PCRM boycotting the election, putting an end to a political crisis that had lasted since April 2009.
Munteanu is a Romanian language surname. When transliterated from Russian, in may be spelled as Muntyanu. It is commonly found in Romania and Moldova and literally translates as "highlander". Notable people with this surname include:
Nicolae Timofti is a Moldovan jurist and politician who was President of Moldova from 23 March 2012 until 23 December 2016. He served as head of Moldova's Superior Magistrate Council and was elected President by parliament on 16 March 2012.
Tcaci is a Moldovan occupational surname, of Slavic origin, meaning "weaver". Notable people with the surname include:
Dabija or Dabizha may refer to:
Lupu is a surname of Romanian origin, derived from the Romanian word lup ("wolf"), from Latin lupus ("wolf"). Its Italian equivalent is Lupo, its French equivalent is Loup, its Spanish equivalent is López, and its Portuguese equivalent is Lopes or Lopo.
Ciubotaru, Ciobotariu or Ciubotarul is a Romanian-language occupational surname derived from the occupation of ciubotar, bootmaker, a borrowing from Slavic 'Chebotar'
The Romanian-language surname Negru literally means "black" and may refer to:
Ursu is a Romanian-language surname that may refer to:
Grosu or Grossu is a Romanian surname that may refer to:
Eșanu is a Romanian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Timofte is a Romanian surname. Notable persons with this name include:
Covali is the Romanian form of the name Kowal, meaning "forger" or "blacksmith" in Slavic languages. The surname may refer to:
Covali is the Romanian form of the Russian surname Kovalyov derived from the occupation of "forger" or "blacksmith".