Constantin Dăscălescu

Constantin Dăscălescu
Constantin Dăscălescu
Prime Minister of Romania
In office
21 March 1982 – 22 December 1989
President Nicolae Ceaușescu
Preceded by Ilie Verdeţ
Succeeded by Petre Roman
Personal details
Born 2 July 1923(1923-07-02)
Breaza, Romania
Died 15 May 2003(2003-05-15) (aged 79)
Bucharest, Romania
Political party Communist Party

Constantin Dăscălescu [konstanˈtin dəskəˈlesku] (2 July 1923, Breaza – 15 May 2003 Bucharest) was a Romanian politician who served as Prime Minister of Romania (21 May 1982 – 22 December 1989) during the communist rule of Nicolae Ceauşescu until the 1989 Romanian Revolution.

In 1991, after the revolution, he was sentenced to life in prison. After five years he was released on medical grounds.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Ilie Verdeţ
Prime Minister of Romania
Succeeded by
Petre Roman

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