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Profile updated: 19.03.22
 Mariana Ombun 
 politician 
Date of Birth: 04.03.1974
Citizenship: Republic of Moldova
She graduated from the Tiraspol State University and the Moldovan Academy of Economic Studies. Her CV says Mariana Ombun worked for 13 years as a teacher of Romanian language, Romanian literature, and information technology. She also acted as the deputy director for education at the Nucareni Gymnasium in Telenesti District.

In 2011, Mrs. Ombun won the post of mayor in Nucareni, representing the Moldovan Liberal Democratic Party. Four years later she renewed her mandate with the same team.

But in the 2019 local general elections, Mariana Ombun competed for a seat in the Telenesti district council as part of the Moldovan Democratic Party’s team. She passed the vote and in November same year she obtained her colleagues’ approval to become a new chairwoman of Telenesti District.
   Political Affiliation 
   Private Function 
   Public Function 
   Career 
11.2019
Telenesti District Council
chairwoman
10.2019
Telenesti District Council
11.2019
district councilor
06.2011
Nucareni city hall, Telenesti District
11.2019
mayor
1998
Nucareni Gymnasium, Telenesti District
2011
computer science and Romanian language teacher, deputy director
   Income 
2020
Total: 163.852,93 MDL
2019
Total: 128.756,00 MDL
2018
Total: 96.157,00 MDL
2017
Total: 69.151,00 MDL
2016
Total: 1.500,00 EUR
87.074,89 MDL
2015
Total: 83.340,04 MDL
2014
Total: 82.812,86 MDL
2013
Total: 78.978,85 MDL
   Real Estate 
2018
House
Value: N/A
Ownership: 100%
2013
Urban land
Value: N/A
Area: 0,13 ha
Ownership: 100%
1993
Agricultural land
Value: N/A
Area: 0,1912 ha
Ownership: 100%
   Mobile Assets 
2012
Car
Hyundai Tucson
Value: 290.000,00 MDL
   Documents 
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   Connections 
candidate for the position of district councilor in 2019
candidate for mayor in 2011 and 2015