Alexander Vaida-Voevod

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Nativitas: 27 Februarii 1872; Bobâlna
Obitus: 19 Martii 1950; Cibinium
Patria: Romania

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Romania, Prime Minister of Romania, Prime Minister of Romania
Munus: Legatus

Consociatio

Factio: Romanian National Party
Religio: Romanian Greek Catholic Church
Alexander Vaida-Voevod

Alexander (Alexandru) Vaida-Voevod (natus 27 Februarii 1872 Bobâlna (Transsilvania), mortuus die 19 Martii 1950 Cibinii medicus et vir publicus Dacoromanicus atque ter praeses ministrorum fuit.

Munus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Vaida-Voevod finitis studiis medicinae apud Universitatem Vindobonensem medicus factus est.

Cursus honorum[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ab anno 1906 legatus factionis Dacoromanorum in Transilvania apud parlamentum Hungaricum patriam ab Imperio Austro-Hungarico liberare contendebat. Anno 1918, postquam Hungaria primo bello mundano cladem accepit, pro Transsilvaniae cum Romania unione nitebatur. Anno 1919 legatus Romaniae deliberationi de pace componenda Lutetiae interfuit. Eodem anno factio eius electionem vicit. Itaque Vaida-Voevod die 1 Decembris 1919 primo praeses ministrorum atque administer rerum exterarum Romaniae factus est. Sed iam 19 Martii 1920 a Ferdinando I rege dimissus est, quod agros inter agricolas dividendos acerrime postulaverat. Anno 1926 factionis novae agricolarum dux electus est, ab anno 1928 ad 1930 administer rerum interarum erat et die 6 Iunii 1932 iterum primus minister et administer rerum exterarum nominatus est. Die 19 Octobris eodem anno a magistratu recessit. Sed iam 14 Ianuarii 1933 tertio magistratum summum suscepit. Nunc acriter contra communistas egit necnon leges antisemiticas tulit. A nonnullis factionis suae membris destitutus die 29 Decembris 1933 officium relinquere coactus est. Nunc novam factionem dextrae extremae nomine "Frons Romanica" condidit, quae fuit usque ad annum 1944, cum Michael rex Romaniae foedus indutiarum cum Unione Sovietica fecit. Die 24 Martii 1945 Vaida-Voevod in carcerem coniectus est. Anno 1946 liberatus est, sed domum suam relinquere non licuit. Anno 1950 mortuus est.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Regnum Romaniae (1881 - 1947)Georgius Chițu (1882) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1884) • Radu Mihai (1887) • Constantinus Nacu (1887) • Theodorus Rosetti (1888)• Alexander Știrbei (1888) • Lascăr Catargiu (1889) • Georgius Manu (1889) • Lascăr Catargiu (1891) • Nicolaus Fleva (1895) • Demetrius Sturdza (1896) • Anastasius Stolojan (1896) • Basilius Lascăr (1896) • Michaël Pherekyde (1897) • Georgius Gregorius Cantacuzino (1899) • Georgius Manu (1900) • Constantinus Olănescu (1900) • Petrus Aurelian (1901) • Georgius Pallade (1902) • Basilius Lascăr (1902) • Spiru Haret (1904) • Georgius Gregorius Cantacuzino (1904) • Ioannes I. C. Brătianu (1907) • Michaël Pherekyde (1908) • Ioannes I. C. Brătianu (1910) • Alexander Marghiloman (1910) • Constantinus Arion (1912) • Tache Ionescu (1912) • Basilius Morțun (1914) • Alexander Constantinescu (1916) • Constantinus Sărățeanu (1918) • Alexander Marghiloman (1918) • Arthurus Văitoianu (1918) • Georgius Mârzescu (1918) • Arthurus Văitoianu (1919) • Alexander Averescu (1919) • Aurelius Vlad (1919) • Nicolaus Lupu (1919) • Alexander Averescu (1920) • Constantinus Argetoianu (1920) • Ioannes Cămărășescu (1921) • Arthurus Văitoianu (1922) • Ioannes I. C. Brătianu (1923) • Octavianus Goga (1926) • Barbu Știrbey (1927) • Ioannes Duca (1927) • Alexander Vaida-Voevod (1928) • Michaël Popovici (1930) • Alexander Vaida-Voevod (1930) • Ioannes Mihalache (1930) • Nicolaus Iorga (1931) • Constantinus Argetoianu (1931) • Alexander Vaida-Voevod (1932) • Ioannes Mihalache (1932) • Georgius Mironescu (1933) • Ioannes Constantinus Inculeţ (1933) • Demetrius Iuca (1936) • Georgius Tătărescu (1937) • Ricardus Franasovici (1937) • Armandus Călinescu (1937) • Gabriel Marinescu (1939) • Nicolaus Ottescu (1939) • Georgius Tătărescu (1939) • Michaël Ghelmegeanu (1939) • David Popescu (1940) • Constantinus Petrovicescu (1940) • Demetrius Popescu (1941) • Aurelius Aldea (1944) • Nicolaus Penescu (1944) • Constantinus Sănătescu (1944) • Nicolaus Rădescu (1944) • Theochares Georgescu (1947)
Res publica Romana Popularis vel Socialistica (1947 - 1989)Theochares Georgescu (1947) • Alexander Drăghici (1952) • Paulus Ștefan (1952) • Alexander Drăghici (1957) • Cornelius Onescu (1965) • Ioannes Stănescu (1972) • Aemilius Bobu (1973) • Theodorus Coman (1975) • Georgius Homoștean (1978) • Tudor Postelnicu (1987)
Res publica Romana (ab anno 1989)Michaël Chițac (1989) • Doru Viorel Ursu (1990) • Victor Babiuc (1991) • Georgius Ioannes Dănescu (1992) • Doru Ioannes Tărăcilă (1994) • Gabriel Dejeu (1996) • Constantinus Dudu Ionescu (1999) • Ioannes Rus (2000) • Marianus-Florianus Săniuță (2004) • Basilius Blaga (2004) • Christianus David (2007) • Gabriel Oprea (2008) • Livius Dragnea (2009) • Daniel Nica (2009) • Basilius Blaga (2009) • Traianus Igaş (2010) • Gabriel Berca (2012) • Ioannes Rus (2012) • Mircea Dușa (2012) • Radu Stroe (2012) • Gabriel Oprea (2014) • Petrus Tobă (2015) • Dragos Tudorache (2016) • Carmen Dan (2017)