Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
Parliament of Romania/ Republica Romānia (female suffrage 1929 and 1946)

Also see Romania Ministers

Until 1989 The Parliament Consisted of the Senat and Marea Adunare Naţională (Marea Adunare Nationala), known as MAN = Great National Assembly. Afterwards it consists of the Senat and Camera Deputatilor

1948-53 Member of the Presidium of the Grand National Assembly Constanța Crăciun
Various positions as Culture Minsiter and Vice-Minister 1953-65 and
Vice-President of the State Council 1966-69. She lived (1914-2002).

Circa 1965-75 Vice-President of the Great National Assembly Maria Graza

1975-80 Vice-President of the Great National Assembly Prof. Aneta Sportnic
In 1975-79 Deputy Minister of Labour, 1979-82 of Education 1982-84 Minister of State of the State-Planning-Cttee, 1985-85 Minister and Chair of The State Prize C
ommittee, 1986-87 Vice-President of the Council of Min.s

1979-81 President of the Legislative Chamber and Vice-President of the the Great National Assembly Alexandrina Gainusa
In 1985-86 Vice-President of the Council of Ministers, 1986-87 Minister of Labour

1980-86 Vice-President of the Great National Assembly Niculina Marau

1980-86 Vice-President of the Great National Assembly Emilia Sonea

1983-89 President of the Legislative Chamber and Vice-President of the Great National Assembly Marie Gheorge

Aound 1982 Vice-President of the Great National Assembly Cecilia Stan

1985-89 Vice-President of the Great National Assembly Maria Lazar

1996 Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies Daniela Bartos

1996 Vice-President of the C
hamber of Deputies Paula Maria Ivănescu
1998 Vice-President (February-June)
1998 Vice-President (September-December)
1999 Vice-President (February-June)
2004-06 2. Secretary of the Senate
2006-07 Queastor of the Senate

Vice-leader of The Parliamentary Group of the Social Democratic Union-Democratic Party 1996-98
. (b. 1946-)

2000-04 and 2007- Vice-President of the Senate Norica Nicolai
State Secretary of Labour and Social Protection 1991 and 1997-2000 and President of the Economic and Social Council from 2000,
Leader of the Senate Group of Partidul Naţional Liberal 2003, Deputy Leader 2003-07 and Party Vice-Chairperson from 2007. (b. 1958-).

2004 2. Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies Monica Octavia Muscă
She was the rightwing-liberal coalitions' candidate for the post of president of the Chamber of Deputies in 2004 but was instead appointed
Minister of Culture and Religious Affairs one week later.

2004-07 4. Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies Daniela Popa
2007-08 Secretary
2008-10 3. Vice-Chairperson
The Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies have got 13 members, the President, 4 Vice-Presidents, 4. Secretaries and 4 Questeurs, the Bureau of the Senate have got the same amount of Vice-Presidents and Secretaries but only 2 Questeurs.

2008-12 President of the Chamber of Deputies
Roberta Anastase
MP for the Democratic Party 2004-07 and from 2008 and Secretary of the Parliamentary Group 2004-05, Observer to European Parliament 2005-06 and elected member in 2007. In July 2007 she was removed from office and replaced with someone who was willing to impeach the President of the Republic. (b. 1976-).

2008-10 2. Vice-President of the Senate Anca-Daniela Boagiu
Senator for the Liberal Democrats. Minister of European Integration 2005-07 and of Transport from 2010.

2008-12 Secretary of the Senate Doina Silistr8

2012 Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies Leader of the Liberal party chairman Alina Gorghiu
Alina-Ștefania Gorghiu has been MP and Leader of the Liberal Party 2014-16. (b. 1978-).

2014-15 Secretary of the Chamber of Deputies Liliana Mincă

2015-16 of the Chamber of Deputies Vice-President Rodica Nassar

2015-16 Secretary of the Chamber of Deputies Steluţa-Gustica Cătăniciu
2016- Vice-President

 

 

Last update 07.07.12