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Ionescu-Quintus, Mircea


  • ["Mircea Ionescu-Quintus -- a lawyer by profession -- is one of the most respected statesmen in Romania, where he resides. He re-entered politics at the onset of the Romanian Revolution and the momentous fall of Communism, which was marked by the internationally televised execution of dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu in December of 1989. In the aftermath, Mr. Quintus's role was pivotal in the re-establishment of one of the most important democratic political parties in Romania which Communism had outlawed: the National Liberal Party, whose president he became. In the course of his political career Mr. Quintus served his country in various capacities including as Vice President of the Assembly of Deputies (1990-1991), as Minister of Justice in the Cabinet (1991-1992), as Senator of the State of Prahova (1996-2008), as Vice President (1996-1999), and then as President of the Romanian Senate (1999-2000). His published works include Haz de necaz ("Smiling in the Face of Adversity"), 1943; Cazul Dorin Condrea ("The Case of Dorin Condrea"), 1958; Epigrame ("Epigrams"), 1973; Epigrame si Epitafuri ("Epigrams and Epitaphs"), 1976; Lacrima scoicilor ("Tear Shells"), 1979; Marturie mincinoasa ("Perjury"), 1982; Citatie pentru un necunoscut ("Quotes for an Unknown"), 1988; Liberal din tata n fiu ("Liberal from Father to Son"), 1996; Moara Dracilor ("The Devil's Grinder"), 1999; Trident Quintus, 2000; Ce-ati facut in ultimii 5 ani ("What You Did in the Past 5 Years"), 2004"--Parmenides Publishing.]

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  • Variants

    • Quintus, Mircea Ionescu-
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        19170318
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  • Sources

    • found: His Citație pentru un necunoscut, 1988:t.p. (Mircea Ionescu-Quintus)
    • found: LC data base, 11/29/89(hdg.: Ionescu-Quintus, Mircea)
    • found: Trident Quintus, 2001:t.p. (Mircea Ionescu-Quintus) p. 4 of cover (b. Mar. 18, 1917)
    • found: The devil's grinder = Moara dracilor, 2013:CIP t.p. (Mircea Ionescu-Quintus)
  • LC Classification

    • PC840.19.O555
  • General Notes

    • ["Mircea Ionescu-Quintus -- a lawyer by profession -- is one of the most respected statesmen in Romania, where he resides. He re-entered politics at the onset of the Romanian Revolution and the momentous fall of Communism, which was marked by the internationally televised execution of dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu in December of 1989. In the aftermath, Mr. Quintus's role was pivotal in the re-establishment of one of the most important democratic political parties in Romania which Communism had outlawed: the National Liberal Party, whose president he became. In the course of his political career Mr. Quintus served his country in various capacities including as Vice President of the Assembly of Deputies (1990-1991), as Minister of Justice in the Cabinet (1991-1992), as Senator of the State of Prahova (1996-2008), as Vice President (1996-1999), and then as President of the Romanian Senate (1999-2000). His published works include Haz de necaz ("Smiling in the Face of Adversity"), 1943; Cazul Dorin Condrea ("The Case of Dorin Condrea"), 1958; Epigrame ("Epigrams"), 1973; Epigrame si Epitafuri ("Epigrams and Epitaphs"), 1976; Lacrima scoicilor ("Tear Shells"), 1979; Marturie mincinoasa ("Perjury"), 1982; Citatie pentru un necunoscut ("Quotes for an Unknown"), 1988; Liberal din tata n fiu ("Liberal from Father to Son"), 1996; Moara Dracilor ("The Devil's Grinder"), 1999; Trident Quintus, 2000; Ce-ati facut in ultimii 5 ani ("What You Did in the Past 5 Years"), 2004"--Parmenides Publishing.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1989-11-30: new
    • 2013-04-05: revised
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