Worldwide Guide to
Women in Leadership
Romania/ Republica România (Local female suffrage 1929 and universal suffrage 1946) 1878 Independent form Turkish Rule, Kingdom till 1947, Socialist Republic 1947-89
Romania Ministers .
1979-81 First Secretary of the District and Chairperson of the District Council of Bacau
1987-89 Chairperson of the District Council of Ialomit Alexandrina Gainuse
Chairperson of the Legislative Chamber of the Grand National Assembly 1979-81, Member of the Politburo of the Communist Party 1979-87, Member of the State Council 1980-89, Vice-President of the Council of Ministers 1985-86 and Minister of Labour 1986-87. (b. 1932- )
2005-09 Prefect Gyöngyike F. Böndi, Maramureş
Also known as Gyongyike Bondi, she was 1 Secretary of the Parliamentary Group of the Hungarian Democratic Union in Romania 1998-2000 and MP until 2004.
2005-07 Prefect Anuţa
Former Managing Director of SC Asirom SA (b. 1958-).
2005-07 Prefect Mioara Mantale, Bucharest
2007-09 Sub-Prefect of Bucharest
Member of the General Council of Bucharest 2000-05 and it's President in 2004-05. (b. 1967-).
2005- Subprefect Aurică Avram, Brăila
2005- Subprefect Cristina Elena Dinu, Giurgiu
2007-09 Prefect Adriana Donţu, Judeţului Braşov
Former Secretary General of the Prefecture. (b. 1975-).
2007-09 Prefect Mihaela Marcu, Brăila
2008-09 Prefect Felicia Pop, Mureş
2008- President of
the County Council
Member of the Democratic Union of Hungarians in
2012- Prefect Nastasia-Ani Bob, Bistriţa-Năsăud
2012 Subprefect Mihaela
2012- Prefect of Brăila
2012- Prefect Georgeta Gavrilă, Bucarest
2012 Prefect Elena Costea, Dolj
2012-13 Prefect Florentina Pencea, Ilfov
2012- Prefect Carmen Nina Crişu, Giurgiu
2012- Subprefect Silvia E. Crăită, Giurgiu
2013- Prefect Speranţa Cliseru, Ilfov
Last update 16.06.13