Ceausescu


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Nicolae . 1918--89, Romanian statesman; chairman of the state council (1967--89) and president of Romania (1974--89): deposed and executed
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New Romanian Prime Minister Petre Roman said yesterday that Ceausescu and his wife had been summarily executed because of fears loyalists were planning a rescue attempt.
Ionel is the man who brought Dallas to Romania at the tail end of this mini-glasnost and heroically kept it on the air even after Ceausescu slammed the window of opportunity shut.
Romanian tyrant Nicolae Ceausescu had ruled his people with a rod of iron.
Late Wednesday, state television said Iliescu had pardoned six members of the last Communist Politburo under Ceausescu, who was ousted and executed in a bloody revolt in December 1989.
After his death, Nicolae Ceausescu being elected first secretary, called the IXth Congress of the RCP (1965), which regulated the party's name change of rMp in RCP and country's name into the Socialist Republic of Romania, launching into the race for total control over power.
Cornel Muntean, a cemetery worker, told The Associated Press news agency that Ceausescu was dressed in a thick grey overcoat.
Trained as a still-life painter in Romania, Dan Perjovschi began to question the practicality of his classical grounding when the dictatorship of Nicolae Ceausescu collapsed in 1989.
He was rehired the next day when it became obvious that the rally was actually going to be the end of Ceausescu.
Romania in February 1990 was not a place of too much light or hope, even though the oppressive and paranoid Stalinist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu had been toppled and Ceausescu executed on Dec.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May test-drive cars in Romania, as they search for a fabled mountain highway built by Ceausescu.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May test-drive cars in Romania, as they search for a mountain highway built by the country's former dictator Ceausescu.
Such an election would've been unthinkable 20 years ago, when Romania was still ruled by Nicolae Ceausescu, one of the worst dictators of the 20th century.