Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu

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Călin Popescu-Tariceanu
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President of the Senate of Romania
In office
10 March 2014 – 2 September 2019
Preceded byCrin Antonescu
Succeeded byTeodor Meleșcanu
Prime Minister of Romania
In office
29 December 2004 – 22 December 2008
PresidentTraian Băsescu
Nicolae Văcăroiu (Acting)
Traian Băsescu
Preceded byEugen Bejinariu (Acting)
Succeeded byEmil Boc
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Acting
In office
21 March 2007 – 5 April 2007
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byMihai-Răzvan Ungureanu
Succeeded byAdrian Cioroianu
Leader of the National Liberal Party
In office
2 October 2004 – 20 March 2009
Preceded byTheodor Stolojan
Succeeded byCrin Antonescu
Minister of Industry and Commerce
In office
12 December 1996 – 5 December 1997
Prime MinisterVictor Ciorbea
Preceded byAlexandru Stănescu
Succeeded byMircea Ciumara
Personal details
Born
Călin Constantin Anton Popescu-Tăriceanu

(1952-01-14) 14 January 1952 (age 67)
Bucharest, Romania
Political partyAlliance of Liberals and Democrats (2015–present)
Other political
affiliations
Liberal Reformist Party (2014–2015)
National Liberal Party (1990; 1998–2014)
National Liberal Party-Youth Wing (1990–1993)
Liberal Party 1993 (1993–1998)
Spouse(s)Cornelia Tăriceanu (Divorced)
Livia Tăriceanu (Divorced)
Ioana Tăriceanu (Divorced)
Loredana Moise
ChildrenCălin
Mihai
Alma materTechnical University of Civil Engineering
Signature
WebsitePersonal website

Călin Constantin Anton Popescu-Tăriceanu (b. 14 January 1952, Bucharest) is a Romanian politician. On 28 December 2004, he was prime minister of Romania.

He was president of PNL and vice-president of PLD.

He founded Radio Contact Romania. He is president of Automotive Trading Services (ATS), which represents Citroen in Romania.