This collection focuses on the case of Gheorghe Muruziuc, a person of working-class background who expressed his opposition to the Soviet regime by raising the Romanian flag on the factory where he worked, in June 1966. This was the first instance when the Romanian flag was displayed in the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (MSSR) after June 1940.
- Chișinău Bulevardul Ștefan cel Mare și Sfînt 166, Moldova 2004
- Charakteringi eksponatai:
The Goma Movement Ad-Hoc Collection at CNSAS reflects the activity of an ephemeral collective protest for human rights, which emerged under the influence of Charter 77, gathered rapidly about the same number of supporters, but unlike its model, succumbed only a few months later. It bears the name of the main proponent of this movement because this corresponds not only to its canonisation in post-1989 historical writings, but also to the pre-1989 interpretation of the secret police, which focused on identifying the network linking Goma to the other supporters and collecting complex data about all these individuals.
- București Strada Matei Basarab 55, Romania 030167
- Securitate. Chart and Statistical Data on Goma Movement Network, 1 April 1977
- Securitate. Note with material rewards offered to Militia officers, 22 April 1977
- Securitate. Plan of Action against Goma and his supporters at RFE and in the Romanian emigration, 17 March 1977
- Unknown author. Manifesto for Goma's Liberation from Prison, 10 May 1977