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Profile updated: 31.10.21
 Alexandru Pinzari 
 politician 
Date of Birth: 03.01.1973
Place of Birth: city of Causeni, Causeni district
Citizenship: Republic of Moldova
A specialist in the combat on organized crime, Alexandru Pinzari had graduated from the navy college in Odessa, Ukraine. Upon return to Moldova he completed the police academy course.

In 1997 Alexandru Pinzari was named as an inspector of the anti-crime police department at the Buiucani District Police Inspectorate in Chisinau, and later he advanced to various positions within the Department for Combating Organized Crime at the Ministry of Interior Affairs. For a while he led the Cobra unit and even the above-mentioned ministerial department. In parallel he served as a deputy chief of the Operative Services Department at the Ministry of Interior Affairs; the latter was run by Alexandru Jizdan, a future MP and secretary-general of the Moldovan Democratic Party.

For a short period Mr. Pinzari acted as the director of the Penitentiary Department. When Alexandru Jizdan took over as the minister of interior affairs, Alexandru Pinzari was appointed as the head of the Police Inspectorate-General.

In June 2019 the new interior minister, Andrei Nastase, dismissed Alexandru Pinzari from the post for insubordination to the new government, amid the refusal of the Moldovan Democratic Party to recognize it. Nonetheless, Mr. Pinzari appealed the new boss’ order and was reinstated in office in January 2020. He resigned immediately after winning the case.

In March 2020 Alexandru Pinzari was appointed as the minister of defense, being proposed as a candidate on behalf of the Moldovan Democratic Party.
   Political Affiliation 
   Private Function 
   Public Function 
   Career 
03.2020
Ministry of Defense
09.2020
minister
2016
General Inspectorate of Police
2019
head
2015
Department of Penitentiary Institutions
2016
chief
2014
SE Special Telecommunications Center
2015
chief of the Security unit
2010
Ministry of Home Affairs
2014
deputy chief of the Criminal Police
2008
Ministry of Home Affairs
2009
chief of the Directorate for Combating Organized Crime
2006
Ministry of Home Affairs
2007
chief of the Division for Combating Organized Crime
2005
Ministry of Home Affairs
2005
chief of the Unit within the Directorate for Combating Organized Crime
2003
Ministry of Home Affairs
2005
deputy chief of the Unit within the Directorate for Combating Organized Crime
2002
Ministry of Home Affairs
2003
chief of the "Cobra" Unit, Directorate for Combating Organized Crime
2001
Ministry of Home Affairs
2002
senior inspector, Directorate for Combating Organized Crime
2000
Tighina Police Inspectorate
2001
interim chief of the Criminal Police
1999
Causeni Police Inspectorate
2000
Inspector, Directorate for Combating Illicit Drug Trafficking
1997
Buiucani Police Inspectorate, Chisinau
1998
inspector within the Judicial Police
2019
Tirex-Petrol S.A.
2020
employee
   Income 
2019
Total: 297.511,64 MDL
2018
Total: 10.000,00 EUR
428.610,71 MDL
2017
Total: 450.659,65 MDL
2016
Total: 287.480,65 MDL
2015
Total: 243.797,98 MDL
2014
Total: 300.914,22 MDL
2013
Total: 98.700,69 MDL
2012
Total: 108.965,99 MDL
   Real Estate 
2013
Garage
Value: 122.649,00 MDL
Area: 19,6 mp
Ownership: 100%
2009
Apartment
Value: 52.500,00 EUR
Area: 106 mp
Ownership: 100%
2009
Garage
Value: 0,00 MDL
Area: 19,5 mp
Ownership: 100%
2002
Apartment
Value: 20.000,00 MDL
Area: 48,9 mp
Ownership: 100%
Owner: spouse
   Mobile Assets 
2018
Motorcycle
K750
Value: 3.000,00 MDL
2017 - 2018
Car
Toyota Prius
Value: 10.000,00 EUR
2017 - 2017
Car
Toyota Prius
Value: 214.200,00 MDL
2007 - 2018
Car
Honda CR-V
Value: 17.000,00 EUR
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