Nicolae Mătcaș

Nicolae Mătcaş
Minister of Education
In office
1990–1994
President Mircea Snegur
Prime Minister Mircea Druc
Personal details
Born (1940-04-27) April 27, 1940 (age 74)
Crihana Veche
Political party Popular Front of Moldova
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Nicolae Mătcaş (born April 27, 1940, Crihana Veche) is a Moldovan politician. He was the Minister of Education in Mircea Druc Cabinet.

Biography

Nicolae Mătcaş was born on April 27, 1940 in Crihana Veche. He served as Minister of Education in Mircea Druc Cabinet (1990–1994). After 1995 Nicolae Mătcaş worked for the The Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sport (Romania) in Bucharest.

Works

  • « Surâsul Giocondei ». Ed. Didactică şi Pedagogică, Bucureşti, 1997.
  • « Trenul cu un singur pasager ». Ed. Didactică şi Pedagogică, Bucureşti, 1998.
  • « Azur ». Ed. « Augusta », Timişoara, 2002.
  • « Câte-s visele, multele… ». Ed. « Pro Transilvania », Bucureşti, 2003.
  • « Coloana infinitului ». Ed. “Pro Transilvania”; Bucureşti, 2003.
  • “De-a alba – neagra”. Ed. Muzeul Literaturii Române, Bucureşti, 2006.
  • « Roată de olar. Sonete ». Ed. “Pro Transilvania”, Bucureşti, 2008.
  • “Vernale ploi”. Ed. “Pro Transilvania”, Bucureşti, 2008.

Bibliography

  • Nicolae Mătcaş (la 60 de ani). În : « Calendar naţional 2000 », Chişinău, 2000, pp. 127–130.
  • Nicolae Mătcaş. În : « Enciclopedia marilor personalităţi. Din istoria, ştiinţa şi cultura românească de-a lungul timpului şi de pretutindeni. Vol. V. Contemporanii, K-Z. ». Ed. « Geneze », Fundaţia Realitatea Românească, Bucureşti, 2003, pp. 76–79.
  • Tudor Opriş. “Inimi de peste Prut”. În cartea : Tudor Opriş. Chipuri în bronz. Evocări, II. Ed. Pro Transilvania, Bucureşti, 2005, pp. 98–106.
  • Nicolae Mătcaş : În : Aurel Sasu. Dicţionarul biografic al literaturii române, vol. II (M-Z). Ed. Paralela 45., Piteşti, 2006, pp. 82–83.

External links

  • NICOLAE MĂTCAŞ
  • Profesorul Nicolae Mătcaş la 70 de ani

References



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