Daniel Ciugureanu

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Daniel Ciugureanu
Prime Minister of Moldova
In office
January 30, 1918 – April 9, 1918
President Ion Inculeț
Preceded by Pantelimon Erhan
Succeeded by Petru Cazacu
Personal details
Born 1885
Șirăuți, Bessarabia Governorate
Died May 19, 1950
Turda
Profession Physician
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Daniel Ciugureanu (1885, Șirăuți, Bessarabia Governorate - May 19, 1950 in Turda) was a Moldovan politician and the prime minister of the Moldavian Democratic Republic in 1918. He was also a minister in several Romanian governments.

He was the prime minister of the Moldavian Democratic Republic from February 6 [O.S. January 24] 1918 - April 9 [O.S. March 27] 1918, when Sfatul Țării, the Parliament of Moldova, voted in favour of the union with Romania.

See also

External links

  • DICTIONAR AL MEMBRILOR SFATULUI TARII DIN CHISINAU (VI)
  • Biblio Polis - Vol. 25 (2008) Nr. 1 (Serie nouă)
  • Memorial Sighet - Daniel Ciugureanu

Notes

Political offices
Preceded by
Pantelimon Erhan
Prime Minister of Moldova
February 6 [O.S. January 24] 1918 - April 9 [O.S. March 27] 1918
Succeeded by
Petru Cazacu


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