Michael Viorel Fifor

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Nativitas: 10 Maii 1970; Drobeta
Patria: Romania

Officium

Officium: member of the Senate of Romania, member of the Senate of Romania, Prime Minister of Romania
Munus: Politicus

Consociatio

Michael Viorel (Dacoromanice Mihai-Viorel) Fifor (natus die 10 Maii 1970) est rerum politicarum peritus Dacoromanicus factionis PSD.

Iuventus et munus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fifor apud Universitatem Craiovensem ad annum 2003 philosophiae et litteris Dacoromanicis studebat et titulum magistri et doctoris anthropologiae socialis adeptus est. Deinde Craiovae director musei operam dedit.

Cursus honorum[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fifor annis 2009 et 2012 secretarius statalis in ministerio rerum internarum Romaniae fuit. Anno 2012 primo senator Romaniae electus est et ad hunc diem manet. Die 29 Iunii 2017 minister oeconomiae Romaniae nominatus est et hoc in officio Michaeli Tudose successit, qui ipse nunc primus minister est.[1] Die 12 Septembris eiusdem anni Michael Viorel Fifor novus minister munitionis creatus est.[2] Die 16 Ianuarii 2018 pro tempore primus minister nominatus est, postquam Michael Tudose a factione sua coactus est, ut de magistratu se recederet[3]. Et in consilio ministrorum Vioricae Dăncilăe a die 29 Ianuarii 2018 minister munitionis manet[4].

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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 · Georgius Tătărescu · Ioannes Gigurtu · Ioannes Antonescu · Iulius Maniu · Constantinus Sănătescu · Nicolaus Rădescu · Petrus Groza
Res publica Romana
popularis vel socialistica
(1947–1989)
Petrus Groza · Georgius Gheorghiu-Dej · Chivu Stoica · Ioannes Maurer · Manea Mănescu · Elias Verdeţ · Constantinus Dăscălescu
Res publica Romana
(ab anno 1989)
Petrus Roman · Theodorus Stolojan · Nicolaus Văcăroiu · Victor Ciorbea · Gabriel Dejeu (pro tempore) · Radu Vasile · Alexander Athanasiu (pro tempore) · Mugur Isărescu · Hadrianus Năstase · Eugenius Bejinariu (pro tempore) · Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu · Aemilius Boc · Cătălin Predoiu (pro tempore) · Michael Răzvan Ungureanu · 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)
Ministri commercii et oeconomiae Romanici (1990–)
Ministri munitionis Romanici (1861–)
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Ioannes Gregorius Ghica (1861) • Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu (1862) • Alexander Iacovache (1863) • Savel Manu (1864) • Alexander Solomon (1866) • Demetrius Lecca (1866) • Ioannes Gregorius Ghica (1866) • Nicolaus Haralambie (1866) • Tobias Gherghely (1867) • Georgius Adrian (1867) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1868) • Alexander Duca (1868) • Georgius Manu (1869) • Eustatius Pencovici (1870) • Christianus Tell (1871) • Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu (1871) • Georgius Slăniceanu (1876) • Alexander Cernat (1877) • Nicolaus Dabija (1879) • Demetrius Lecca (1879) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1882) • Ștefan Fălcoianu (1884) • Alexander Anghelescu (1886) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1887) • Constantin Barozzi (1888) • Georgius Manu (1888) • Mathaeus Vlădescu (1889) • Iacob Lahovary (1891) • Lascăr Catargiu (1894) • Constantinus Poenaru (1894) • Constantinus I. Stoicescu (1896) • Antonius Berindei (1896) • Iacob Lahovary (1899) • Demetrius Alexander Sturdza (1904) • Georgius Manu (1904) • Alexander Averescu (1906) • Thomas Stelian (1909) • Gregorius Crăiniceanu (1909) • Nicolaus Filipescu (1910) • Ioannes Argetoianu (1912) • Constantinus Harjeu (1912) • Ioannes Brătianu (1914) • Vintilă Brătianu (1916) • Constantinus Iancovescu (1917) • Constantinus Harjeu (1918) • Ieremias Grigorescu (1918) • Arthurus Văitoianu (1918) • Ioannes Rășcanu (1919) • Traian Moșoiu (1920) • Ioannes Rășcanu (1920) • Stephanus Holban (1921) • Ioannes Brătianu (1922) • Georgius Mărdărescu (1922) • Ludovicus Mircescu (1926) • Paul Anghelescu (1927) • Henricus Cihoschi (1928) • Iulius Maniu (1930) • Nicolae Condeescu (1930) • Amza C. Ștefănescu (1931) • Nicolaus Samsonovici (1932) • Nicolaus Uica (1933) • Georgius Tătărescu (1934) • Paul Anghelescu (1934) • Radu Irimescu (1937) • Constantinus Ilasievici (1937) • Ioannes Antonescu (1937) • Georgius Argeşanu (1938) • Nicolaus Ciupercă (1938) • Armandus Călinescu (1939) • Ioannes Ilcușu (1939) • Constantinus Nicolaescu (1940) • Ioannes Antonescu (1940) • Iosephus Iacobici (1941) • Ioannes Antonescu (1941) • Constantinus Pantazi (1942) • Ioannes-Michael Racoviță (1944) • Constantinus Sănătescu (1944) • Ioannes Negulescu (1944) • Basilisu-Constantinus Vasiliu-Rascanu (1945) • Michael Lascăr (1946) • Aemilius Bodnăraș (1947) • Leontinus Sălăjan (1965) • Ioannes Ioniță (1966) • Ioannes Coman (1976) • Constantinus Olteanu (1980) • Basilius Milea (1985) • Nicolaus Militaru (1989) • Victor Athanasius Stănculescu (1990) • Nicolaus Spiroiu (1991) • Georgius Tinca (1994) • Victor Babiuc (1996) • Constantinus Dudu Ionescu (1998) • Victor Babiuc (1998) • Sorin Frunzăverde (2000) • Ioannes-Mircea Pașcu (2000) • Theodorus Atanasiu (2004) • Sorin Frunzăverde (2006) • Theodorus Meleșcanu (2007) • Michael Stănișoară (2008) • Gabriel Oprea (2012) • Cornelius Dobrițoiu (2012) • Mircea Dușa (2012) • Mihnea Motoc (2015) • Gabriel Leș (2017) • Hadrianus Ţuţuianu (2017) • Ioannes Marcellus Ciolacu (2017, pro tempore) • Michael Viorel Fifor (2017)