Gheorghe Buzdugan

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Gheorghe Buzdugan

Gheorghe Buzdugan (February 10, 1867 – October 7, 1929) was a Romanian jurist and politician. Born in Focșani, he was president of the High Court of Cassation and Justice from 1924 to 1927. He resigned to become a member of the regency (alongside Prince Nicholas and Miron Cristea) that acted on behalf of the minor King Michael.[1] Elected an honorary member of the Romanian Academy in 1929,[2] he died the same year,[1] being replaced by Constantin Sărățeanu.[3]

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  1. ^ a b (in Romanian) "Înaltul Regent Gheorghe Buzdugan" in Foaia Diecezană, October 13, 1929; accessed December 19, 2013
  2. ^ (in Romanian) Membrii Academiei Române din 1866 până în prezent at the Romanian Academy site; accessed December 19, 2013
  3. ^ Ioan Scurtu, Politica și viața cotidiană în România în secolul al XX-lea și începutul celui de-al XXI-lea, p.70. Editura Mica Valahie, 2011, ISBN 978-606830-434-2