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Thursday, December 23, 2004
President Traian Basescu yesterday nominated Liberal-Democratic Alliance (PNL-PD) politician Calin Popescu-Tariceanu as the country's next prime minister.
Tariceanu announced he will propose his government to the Parliament as soon as possible so it can be approved by December 29 at the latest.
The stake for having the government working before the first day of 2005 is issuing an emergency ordinance in 2004, so that the 16 percent flat tax proposed by the Alliance is applied in 2005.
Tariceanu announced the core of the future government is centered on the two components of the Alliance: Liberals (PNL) and Democrats (PD).
Resume: Calin Popescu-Tariceanu
Born: January 14, 1952, Bucharest
Married with 2 children
1981 - Master of Science in Informatics and Mathematics
1976 - Technical University of Construction in Bucharest, Specialized Engineer at the College of Hydromechanics
Oct. 2004 - present - Interim President of the Liberal Party (PNL)
1993-2004 -Vice President of the Liberal Party (PNL)
1990-1992 - Member of the Constitutional Assembly (Parliament)
1990 - Executive Secretary of the Liberal Party (PNL)
1990 - Founder of the Liberal Party (PNL)
1996-1997 - Minister of Industry and Commerce
1996-1997 - Minister of the State
2000-2004 - Deputy, Vice President of the Budget Commission, Finance and Banks
1996-2000 - Deputy, member of the Political- Economic Commission; Reform and Privatization
According to his declaration of wealth published on December 15, 2004, the prime minister nominee owns:
1 apartment, (120 sqm apartment with a property tax value of 511 million lei)
two holiday residences, (One of his two holiday houses, purchased in 2002, is 200 sqm and a property tax value worth 3 billion lei. The house is situated on 1,700 sqm land, but is 85 percent finished. The second holiday house was bought in 2004, is 136.91 sqm and a property tax value of 2.8 billion lei)
four cars (three Citroen cars bought in 1999, 1996 and 2002 and a Fiat he inherited in 2000)
400,000 euros in a bank account and 100,000 euros in dividends.
He is a shareholder of Automotive Trading Services and importer of Citroen vehicles in Romania, owning 1 million stocks worth 3.5 billion lei, a shareholder of Intervam, Financial Investments Companies (SIF) and Siretul Pascani.
He is also the unique shareholder of Romtrucks.
Tariceanu is both a member of the Director Council of Auto Vehicle Importers and Producers' Association (APIA) and of the Directors Council of Free Initiative Institute.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 12/23/2004 11:31:00 am
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