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Wikidata-logo.svg Radu Vasile
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Radu Vasile: imago
Nativitas: 10 Octobris 1942; Cibinium
Obitus: 3 Iulii 2013; Bucaresta
Patria: Romania

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Romania, member of the Senate of Romania, member of the Senate of Romania, member of the Senate of Romania, Representative of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Munus: Politicus, Rerum gestarum scriptor, professor, Poëta, Oeconomus
Patronus: Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Memoria

Laurae: Order of the Star of Romania
Sepultura: Bellu cemetery, Central cemetery of Chișinău
Radu Vasile

Radu Vasile (natus in Drăgăşani die 10 Octobris 1942; mortuus die 3 Iulii 2013 Bucarestae) fuit rerum politicarum peritus Dacoromanus.

MunusRecensere

Vasile fuit rerum gestarum scriptor et poeta saepe sub pseudonymo Radu Mischiu scribens; fuit etiam primus minister Romaniae.

Cursus honorumRecensere

Vasile, sodalis Factionis Christianae Democraticae Nationalis Colonorum annis 1990 - 2000, fuit Primus minister Romaniae a die 17 Aprilis1998 ad usque 13 Decembris 1999. Annis 1992 - 2004 fuit senator Romaniae, ab anno 2000 sodalis Factionis Democraticae. Die 3 Iulii 2013 morbo cancris mortuus est[1].

FamiliaRecensere

Vasile uxorem duxit atque tres liberos habuit.

NotaeRecensere

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