Ana Guţu (born 13 March 1962) is a Moldovan politician, who served as Member of the Parliament of Moldova from 2009 to 2014.
|Member of the Moldovan Parliament|
5 April 2009 – 30 November 2014
|Born||13 March 1962|
Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Cahul
|Political party||National Unity Party|
Liberal Reformist Party
|Alma mater||Moldova State University|
Ana Guţu was born on March 13, 1962 in the village of Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Cahul, Cahul District in the family of Romanian language and history teachers Valentina Petrov-Sârghi and Pavel Petrov. In 1979 she graduated secondary school No.2 with gold medal, currently Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu high school in Cahul. In 1984 she graduated the Faculty of Foreign Languages with special mention, the French language and literature specialty, the State University of Moldova (USM), in 1985-1990 the Doctorate at the USM, the Department of French Philology.The theme of the doctoral thesis is "The systemic and functional aspect of the antonyms (based on French literary works)", under the scientific wand of the doctor habilitat professor Grigore Cincilei.
She has been a member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe since September 28, 2009. From October 2009 until June 2011 he was the head of the Delegation of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), and from May 2011 the head of the Delegation of the Moldovan Parliament to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Francophonie. From January 22, 2013, she is Deputy Chairman of the PACE Commission for the Regulation, Immunities and Institutional Affairs, in 2014 becomes the Chair of the Committee on Culture, Education, Research and Media, PACE, and from May 2013 until 2014 was Chairman of the Parliamentary Commission for Foreign Policy and European integration.
Since June 2013, Ana Gutu is the vice-president of the PACE Alliance of Liberals and Democrats.
In January 2013, the political crisis related to the hunting in the Princely Forest broke out, where Sorin Paciu was shot. As a result of this crisis, the Second Filat Cabinet falls, and PL leader Mihai Ghimpu refuses to vote for a new pro-European government on the eve of the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, where Moldova was to sign the Association Agreement with the EU. 7 deputies from the Liberal Party split out of the 12 and vote for the pro-European government headed by Iurie Leanca. They are expelled from the Liberal Party and later founded the Liberal Reformist Party.
- "PARTIDUL UNIONIST DREAPTA A DAT START UNIFICĂRII FORȚELOR UNIONISTE DIN REPUBLICA MOLDOVA" (in Romanian). Dreapta.md. 11 June 2017. Retrieved 2 September 2017.
- Mme Ana Guțu Archived March 6, 2010, at the Wayback Machine