Alexandru Vaida-Voevod (1872-1950)

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Transylvanian Romanian, political human, member of the National Party Committee from 1896, deputy in the Parliament of Budapest, involved in the national struggle of the Romanians in Hungary and Transylvania, demands the rights of the Romanians, was kicked out from Parliament for reading some lyrics considered insulting. He establishes the Romanian National Committee in Oradea, reads in the Austro-Hungarian Parliament the declaration of the Romanian people through Transylvania and Hungary, where Romanians demand a national organization. Member of the Central Romanian National Council, negotiating in Iaşi the modalities of union, member of the Conducting Council, responsible for Foreign Affairs and the Press, member of the delegation presenting to the King and Queen the Union Act, Minister without Portfolio in the First Government of Great Romania, deputy, minister .