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Adrian Nastase, Prime Minister of Romania, President of Social-Democrat Party (PSD)

Adrian Nastase
Prime Minister of Romania
President of Social-Democrat Party (PSD)

Born on June 22, 1950, in Bucharest

Married to Daniela Miculescu (1986), 2 sons

Education

  • 1973 - University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law, LL.M. in Law
  • 1978 - University of Bucharest, Faculty of Sociology, M.A. in Sociology
  • 1980 - Visiting Fellow at the Human Rights and Peace Division, UNESCO
  • 1980 - Visiting Research-Fellow at the International Research Institute for Peace, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Oslo
  • 1987 - University of Bucharest, Ph.D. in International Law

Academic and Professional Career

  • 1973-1990 - Researcher at the Institute for Law Research of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest
  • 1977-1979 - Associate Professor of Public International Law at the Academy of Economic Studies (ASE), Bucharest
  • 1984 - Studies Coordinator at the International Institute for Human Rights, Strasbourg
  • 1984-1985 - Associate Professor of Public International Law at the Academy of Economic Studies (ASE), Bucharest
  • Professor of Public International Law:
    • since 1990 - at the Faculty of Law within the University of Bucharest
    • since 1992 - at the Faculty of Juridical and Administrative Sciences within the "Dimitrie Cantemir" Christian University, Bucharest
    • since 1992 - at the Faculty of Law within the "Nicolae Titulescu" Institute of International Law and International Relations, Bucharest
    • 1992-1997 - at the Faculty of Law within the "Titu Maiorescu" University, Bucharest
  • 1994 - Associate Professor of Public International Law, Sorbonne University, Paris I – Panthéon

Political activity

  • 1990 - Member of National Salvation Front (FSN)
  • June 9, 1990 - June 28, 1990 - FSN Member of Parliament
  • 28 June 1990 - 16 October 1992 - Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • October 1992-November 1996 - President of the Chamber of Deputies
  • October 1992 - November 1996 - President of the Chamber of Deputies
  • October 1992 - Member of the International Assembly of the Francophone Members of Parliament - the European Section (presently the Parliamentary Assembly of the Francophones)
  • 1993-1997 - Executive President of the Executive Board of the Social Democracy Party of Romania (PDSR)
  • 1996-2000 - Member of the Chamber of Deputies. In this capacity, Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies, Member of the Permanent Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies.
  • 1996-2000 - Member of the Romanian Parliamentary Commission to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe; Member of the Committee on Legal Affairs, Discipline and Parliamentary Immunity, the Committee on Foreign Policy, The Committee on Culture, Arts and Media; Rapporteur to the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights on issues concerning the harmonization of penal Law throughout Europe
  • March 1997-December 2000 - Prime Vice-President of the Executive Board of the Social Democracy Party of Romania (PDSR), Bucharest
  • December 2000-19 January 2001 - Acting President of PDSR
  • Since December 28, 2000 - Prime Minister of Romania
  • Since January 19, 2001 - President of PDSR, (PSD since June 2001)

Scientific works

  • Author of more than 150 scientific articles in different Romanian and foreign journals, concerning the system human rights protection in Europe, other legal issues of domestic and international law and relationships etc.
  • Author of more than 140 papers and articles presented with the occasion of various international meetings

Latest published works

  • 1991 - "The Right to Peace", International Law: Achievements and Prospects General Editor Mohammed Bedjaoui, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, UNESCO, Paris, pp. 1219 - 1231
  • 1992 - "Human Rights – The Religion of the Next Century", published by "The Romanian Institute for Human Rights" (IRDO), Bucharest
  • 1994 - co-author to "International Public Law" (2nd edition published in 1997) published by "Sansa", Bucharest
  • 1994 - "Human Rights, Civil Society, Parliamentary Diplomacy: ideas, actions, evolution" published by "Monitorul Oficial" and the "Romanian Institute for Human Rights" (IRDO), Bucharest
  • 1995 - "Nicolae Titulescu - Our Contemporary" published by "Metropol" and the "Titulescu European Foundation" bilingual Romanian-French version, Bucharest
  • 1995 - "International Contemporary Law", published by "Monitorul Oficial" and the "Romanian Institute for International Studies" (IRSI), Bucharest
  • 1996 - "Romania and the New World Architecture", published by "Monitorul Oficial" and the "Romanian Association for Democratic Education" (ARED), Bucharest
  • 1996 - "International Economic Law", published by "Monitorul Oficial" and "The Romanian Institute for International Studies" (IRSI), Bucharest
  • 1996 - "The Political Idea of Changing", published by "Monitorul Oficial", Bucharest
  • 1996 - "Parliamentary Humour", published by "Monitorul Oficial", Bucharest
  • 1997 - Encyclopedic collection DOCUMENTA UNIVERSALES I -"Fundamental Documents in International Law and Relationships", vol. I+II published by "Monitorul Oficial" and the "Romanian Association for Democratic Education" (ARED), Bucharest
  • 1998 - Encyclopedic collection DOCUMENTA UNIVERSALES II, Published by "Monitorul Oficial" and the "Romanian Association for Democratic Education" (ARED), Bucharest (4 vol.):
    • Vol. I - "The Rights of the persons belonging to national minorities - International Law Provisions";
    • Vol. II - "The Rights of the persons belonging to national minorities – Legal Domestic Provisions for the European States”;
    • Vol. III - "The Rights of the persons belonging to national minorities – Romanian Law Provisions (1989 - 1998)";
    • Vol. IV - "The Rights of the persons belonging to national minorities – Romanian Law Provisions (1918 - 1989)"
  • 1998 - "Treaties Signed by Romania (1990-1997)" published by "Monitorul Oficial" and the "Romanian Association for Democratic Education" (ARED), Bucharest
  • 1999 - Preparing "International Organization"
  • 1999 - Preparing Encyclopedic collection DOCUMENTA UNIVERSALES III: "Romania and the Council of Europe", vol.I+II
  • 1999 - “International Public Law – Examination Syntheses”, ALL Publishing House, Bucharest
  • 2000 - "The Fight for the Future"

Affiliations

  • Vice-President of the Association of International Law and International Relations (ADIRI), Bucharest
  • President of "Nicolae Titulescu" European Foundation, Bucharest
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for East-West Security Studies, New York
  • Member of the French Society of International Law
  • Member of the Scientific Council of the Romanian Institute for International Studies, Head of the Sector for International Law and International Institutions
  • Since 1995 - Member of the American Society of International Law

Prizes and Awards

  • "Grand Croix de Merite"
  • "Sovereign Order of Malta"
  • Prize for "Political Courage", awarded by the Association on Foreign Policy of the University of Sorbonne, Paris and the publication "Politique internationale" (January, 2003)

Hobbies

  • Fishing, hunting, music (Wagner), modern art, tennis

Foreign languages

  • English, French

Address

  • Government of Romania, Victoria Palace, 1, Victoria Square, Sector 1, Bucharest, Phone: 
 

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