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Nicolae Văcăroiu

Nicolae Văcăroiu
President of Romania
Acting
In office
20 April 2007 – 23 May 2007
Prime Minister Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu
Preceded by Traian Băsescu
Succeeded by Traian Băsescu
Prime Minister of Romania
In office
4 November 1992 – 12 December 1996
President Ion Iliescu
Emil Constantinescu
Preceded by Theodor Stolojan
Succeeded by Victor Ciorbea
President of the Senate
In office
20 December 2000 – 14 October 2008
Preceded by Mircea Ionescu-Quintus
Succeeded by Doru Ioan Tǎrǎcilǎ (Acting)
President of the Court of Accounts
Assumed office
14 October 2008
Preceded by Dan Drosu Şaguna
Member of the Senate
In office
20 December 1996 – 14 October 2008
Personal details
Born (1943-12-05) 5 December 1943
Cetatea Albă, Romania (now Ukraine)
Political party Social Democratic Party
Profession Economist
Religion Romanian Orthodox

Nicolae Văcăroiu (Romanian pronunciation: ; born on 5 December 1943 in Cetatea Albă, now Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi in Ukraine) is a Romanian politician, member of the Social Democratic Party, who served as Prime Minister between 1992 and 1996. Before the 1989 Revolution he worked at the Committee for State Planning, together with Theodor Stolojan.

He was the President of the Senate of Romania for almost eight years, during two legislatures (2000–2004 and 2004–2008).

Presidential styles of
Nicolae Văcăroiu
Reference style Preşedintele (President)
Spoken style Preşedintele (President)
Alternative style Domnia Sa/Excelenţa Sa (His Excellency)

Following the suspension of President Traian Băsescu by the Romanian Parliament on 19 April 2007, Nicolae Văcăroiu became the interim president of Romania after the Constitutional Court of Romania acknowledged the vote of the Parliament, until the impeachment referendum results were announced on 23 May 2007. During his interim presidency, Văcăroiu, according to the Constitution of Romania had

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