Tuesday, September 29, 2009

NOUL SEF AL SECURITATII-SIS DE LA CHISINAU ESTE UN KGB-IST CU SCOALA IN BELARUS - GHIMPU: "Gheorghe Mihai este un adevarat profesionist". Ha, ha, ha!

Mihai Ghimpu: "Gheorghe Mihai is a real professional, an intellectual who understands that freedom and human rights are key"
"Gheorghe Mihai este un adevarat profesionist, un intelectual care intelege ca libertatea si drepturile omului sunt cheia".

Parlamentul Republicii Moldova a votat vineri pentru numirea lui Gheorghe Mihai în postul de nou director general al Serviciului de Informaţii şi Securitate (SIS) al ţării, transmite corespondentul NOVOSTI-MOLDOVA.
Gheorghe Mihai l-a substituit în acest post pe şeful SIS Artur Reşetnicov, care în aceeaşi zi a fost eliberat din funcţie.
Gheorghe Mihai are 59 de ani, a absolvit Universitatea Tehnică a Moldovei si Cursurile Superioare ale Scolii KGB din Minsk în anul 1979. Şi-a început activitatea de muncă fiind inginer-mecanic la întreprinderea "Moldplodoovoşiprom" din oraşul Briceni, a satisfăcut serviciul militar in Armata Sovietica, a muncit ca şef al secţiei industria construcţiilor şi transporturilor la comitetul raional de partid al PCUS. Ulterior a devenit ofiter KGB si a fost trimis la Inalta Scoala de Studii a KGB din Minsk, pe care a a absolvit-o in 1979. De la seful KGB pe raionul Hincesti a ajuns Sef al Departementului Operativ al SIS de unde a fost trecut in rezerva in decembrie 2007.

Prima declaratie a noului sef al SIS a fost ca presa sa asigure cetatentii ca nu li se vor mai asculta telefoanele. Ha, ha, ha!

A KGB OPERATIVE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC MOLDOVA
The 53-strong majority Alliance for European Integration in the Moldovan Parliament on Friday dismissed Artur Reshetnikov from the post of Director of the Information and Security Service (ISS) and appointed colonel Gheorghe Mihai a new security chief.
Gheorghe Mihai, a 59-year-old former ISS officer, was sworn in immediately after appointment, and started fulfilling his duties.
Outside the parliament room, he stated to waiting journalists that Moldova's special services shall be working in strict accordance with norms and standards of a law-governed state, and "we shall be ensuring security and interests of the Moldovan state according to the Constitution and laws".
Speaker Mihai Ghimpu said in parliament on Friday that the Republic of Moldova had long needed an ISS director who would spare citizens of fear, so that they could be sure nobody is persecuting them or tapping their phones.
"Gheorghe Mihai is a real professional, an intellectual who understands that freedom and human rights are key", Ghimpu said.
Gheorghe Mihai graduated from Moldova Technical University, and started his career as a motor engineer at a Briceni town enterprise of the state fruit and vegetable processing corporation. He then served in the Soviet army, and back home was invited to work as chief of the industry, construction and transport department at the Briceni raion committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Eventually Mihai became a KGB officer, and was sent for studying to the KGB high school in Minsk (Belarus), which he graduated from in 1979. Subsequently he was KGB Chief of the Hincesti raion, and eventually grew up to the Head of the Operative Department at the Information and Security Service (ISS). In December 2007, he was dismissed from service and enlisted in the ISS reserve.

Politicom Moldova

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