The demographics of Transnistria
Regardless of the source, probably the most detailed map regarding to the demography of the lands east of the Bug
in 1915 belongs to Alexis Nour, or the newer maps - Maier - 1918 Leipzig, and N. A. Constantinescu - 1935, Bucharest
attest what the 2004 Russian census in the occupied part of Moldova, showed.Today, there are only 8 schools where
instruction is carried out in the language of the majority population.
Because there are big pressures for their dismantling, some teachers have dared to resort to the European Court of
Human Rights.The Principal of the High School Stephen the Great from Grigoriopol is also a signatory of the petition to the
European Court of Human Rights regarding the violations of the right to education in one’s own language, which,
according to the occupants’ logic,is downright defiance;such defiance should not go unpunished - and it did not!
In November 2011, one teacher’s son, Alexandru, a graduate of this school, was assaulted and beaten in the street,
being taken to hospital with serious injuries, requiring long-term medical intervention. And so on and so forth.
There are hundreds of such corrections applied to the Romanians from Transnistria by the occupants.Transnistria,
consecrated in 2004, after all the deportations and mass killings committed by the Russians for 200 years: in the rural
area, the majority is still Romanian (50.3% Romanians, 26% Ukrainians and 16% Russians). But under what conditions was
the census conducted by the occupants?
Other maps about Transnistria
The last census in Transnistria. 2004
acasa-Texts and maps about Transnistria