Constantinus Dăscălescu

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Nativitas: 2 Iulii 1923; Breaza
Obitus: 15 Maii 2003; Bucaresta
Patria: Romania

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Romania
Munus: politicus

Constantinus Dăscălescu (natus die 2 Iulii 1923 in oppido Breaza, mortuus 15 Maii 2003 Bucarestae) vir publicus Communista Dacoromanicus erat.

Cursus honorum[recensere | fontem recensere]

Constantinus Dăscălescu a die 21 Maii 1982 - 22 Decembris 1989 praeses ministrorum ultimus Rei Publicae Socialisticae Romaniae erat.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Constantinum Dăscălescu spectant.
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Primi ministri Romaniae
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Principatus Romaniae
(1861–1881)

Barbu Catargiu · Apostolus Arsache · Nicolaus Crețulescu · Michael Kogălniceanu · Constantinus Bosianu · Nicolaus Crețulescu · Lascăr Catargiu · Princeps Ioannes Ghica · Constantinus A. Crețulescu · Stephanus Golescu · Nicolaus Constantinus Golescu · Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu · Princeps Demetrius Ghica · Alexander G. Golescu · Manuel Constantinus Epureanu · Princeps Ioannes Ghica · Lascăr Catargiu · Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu · Manuel Constantinus Epureanu · Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu

Regnum Romaniae
(1881–1947)

Demetrius C. Brătianu · Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu · Theodorus Rosetti · Lascăr Catargiu · Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu · Lascăr Catargiu · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Petrus S. Aurelian · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Princeps Georgius Cantacuzino · Petrus P. Carp · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Princeps Georgius Cantacuzino · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Ioannes Brătianu · Petrus P. Carp · Titus Livius Maiorescu · Ioannes Brătianu · Alexander Averescu · Alexander Marghiloman · Constantinus Coandă · Ioannes Brătianu · Arthurus Văitoianu · Alexander Vaida-Voevod · Alexander Averescu · Tache Ionescu · Ioannes Brătianu · Alexander Averescu · Princeps Barbu Stirbey · Ioannes Brătianu · Vintilă Brătianu · Iulius Maniu · Georgius Mironescu · Iulius Maniu · Georgius Mironescu · Nicolaus Iorga · Alexander Vaida-Voevod · Iulius Maniu · Alexander Vaida-Voevod · Ioannes Duca · Constantinus Angelescu · Georgius Tătărescu · Octavianus Goga · Patriarcha Myron Cristea · Armandus Călinescu · Georgius Argeşanu · Constantinus Argetoianu (1939) · Georgius Tătărescu (1939) · Ioannes Gigurtu (1940) · Ioannes Antonescu (1940) · Iulius Maniu (1944) · Constantinus Sănătescu (1944) · Nicolaus Rădescu (1944) · Petrus Groza (1945)

Res publica Romana
popularis vel socialistica
(1947–1989)

Petrus Groza (1947) · Georgius Gheorghiu-Dej (1952) · Chivu Stoica (1955) · Ioannes Maurer (1961) · Manea Mănescu (1974) · Elias Verdeţ (1979) · Constantinus Dăscălescu (1982)

Res publica Romana
(ab anno 1989)

Petrus Roman (1989) · Theodorus Stolojan (1991) · Nicolaus Văcăroiu (1992) · Victor Ciorbea (1996) · Gabriel Dejeu (1998, pro tempore) · Radu Vasile (1998) · Alexander Athanasiu (1999, pro tempore) · Mugur Isărescu (1999) · Hadrianus Năstase (2000) · Eugenius Bejinariu (2004, pro tempore) · Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu (2004) · Aemilius Boc (2008) · Cătălin Predoiu (2012, pro tempore) · Michael Răzvan Ungureanu (2012) · Victor Ponta (2012) · Sorin Cîmpeanu (pro tempore 2015) · Dacianus Cioloş (2015) · Sorin Grindeanu (2017) · Michael Tudose (2017) · Michael Viorel Fifor (pro tempore 2018) · Viorica Dăncilă (2018) · Ludovicus Orban (2019) · Nicolaus Ciucă (pro tempore 2020) · Florinus Cîțu (2020)