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List of Presidents of Romania by time in office

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List of Presidents of Romania by time in office

10 years, 46 days
Traian Băsescu since 2004 and suspended from office
for 31 days in 2007
for 48 days in 2012

This is a list of Presidents of Romania by time in office. This is based on the difference between dates; if counted by number of calendar days all the figures would be one greater.

The party in the table below denote the party that sustained the candidacy, as the President is forbidden to be a member of any party. Still, Nicolae Ceauşescu was President under a different constitution, and he was both a member of the PCR, and President of Romania. Also, Traian Băsescu is the only President suspended twice.

Nº in office President Political party Time in office Rank
1 Nicolae Ceauşescu PCR 15 years, 276 days 1
2 Ion Iliescu FSN, PDSR 10 years, 343 days 2
4 Traian Băsescu D.A. (PD),
PD-L/PDL
10 years, 46 days
suspended from office
for 31 days in 2007
for 48 days in 2012
3
3 Emil Constantinescu CDR (PNȚ-CD) 4 years, 33 days 4
6 Crin Antonescu (interim) PNL 0 years, 48 days 5
5 Nicolae Văcăroiu (interim) PSD 0 years, 31 days 6
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