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Mircea Ionescu-Quintus

Mircea Ionescu-Quintus
Minister of Justice
In office
16 October 1991 – 1992
President Ion Iliescu
Prime Minister Theodor Stolojan
Preceded by Victor Babiuc
Succeeded by Petre Ninosu
President of the Senate
In office
February 2000 – November 2000
President Emil Constantinescu
Prime Minister Mugur Isărescu
Preceded by Petre Roman
Succeeded by Nicolae Văcăroiu
Constituency Prahova
Personal details
Born 18 March 1917
Kherson, Ukraine
Nationality Romanian
Political party National Liberal Party
Spouse(s) Viorica Ionescu-Quintus
Children one

Mircea Ionescu-Quintus (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmirt͡ʃe̯a i.oˈnesku ˈkintus]; born 18 March 1917 in Kherson, Ukraine) is a Romanian politician, former Senator and Minister of Justice.

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