Oliviu Gherman

Oliviu Gherman (born 1930) is a Romanian physicist, politician, university professor and diplomat. He was a senator in the 1990–1992, 1992–1996, 1996–2000 and 2000–2004 legislatures. He was first elected in Dolj County on the lists of the FSN party, then elected senator in the electoral constituency No. 41 Bucharest. During his parliamentary activity, Oliviu Gherman was member of the following parliamentary friendship groups: * in the 1990–1992 legislature: the State of Israel and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; * in the 1996–2000 legislature: Republic of Ivory Coast and Republic of South Africa; * in the 2000–2004 legislature: India and Republic of South Africa.

In the legislature 1996–2000, Oliviu Gherman was a member of the commission for privatization and administration of state assets (since Sep. 1999), the commission for culture, art and mass media (since Dec. 1996) and the Committee on Labor, Family and Social Protection (until Sep. 1999). Oliviu Gherman was the president of the FDSN party (later PDSR), during 1992–1996.

Oliviu Gherman resigned from the Senate on 27 August 2001 and was replaced by Constantin Alexa. Oliviu Gherman was a F.S.N. senator. (1990–1992), F.D.S.N. (1992–1996), P.D.S.R. (1996–2000, 2000–2004), president of the F.D.S.N. (1992–1996) and President of the Senate (1992–1996). From 2001 to 2004, Gherman was ambassador to France. Provided by Wikipedia
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