Ion I. Câmpineanu

Ion I. Câmpineanu
Minister of Justice
In office
January 27, 1877 – September 23, 1877
Monarch Carol I of Romania
Minister of Finance
In office
September 23, 1877 – November 25, 1878
In office
February 25, 1880 – July 15, 1880
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
November 25, 1878 – July 10, 1879
Preceded by Mihail Kogălniceanu
Succeeded by Vasile Boerescu
In office
February 2, 1885 – October 27, 1885
Monarch Carol I of Romania
Preceded by Dimitrie A. Sturdza
Succeeded by Ion Brătianu
Personal details
Born (1841-10-10)October 10, 1841
Bucharest, Wallachia
Died November 13, 1888(1888-11-13) (aged 47)
Bucharest, Kingdom of Romania

Ion I. Câmpineanu (October 10, 1841 – November 13, 1888) was a Romanian politician who served as the Minister of Justice from January 27, 1877 to September 23, 1877, Minister of Finance in two terms, from September 23, 1877 to November 25, 1878 and from February 25, 1880 to July 15, 1880, and Minister of Foreign Affairs from November 25, 1878 until July 10, 1879 during the existence of United Principalities.

After establishment of Kingdom of Romania, Ion I. Câmpineanu was appointed the Minister of Foreign Affairs and held the office from February 2, 1885 until October 27, 1885. He was then the Mayor of Bucharest in 1887 and headed the National Bank of Romania as Governor in 1888 before his death on November 13, 1888.[1] One of central streets in Bucharest was named after Câmpineanu.

His father was Ion Câmpineanu (1798-1863), a participant in the Wallachian Revolution of 1848.

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