|66th Prime Minister of Romania|
29 June 2017
|Preceded by||Sorin Grindeanu|
|Minister of Economy|
23 February 2017 – 29 June 2017
|Prime Minister||Sorin Grindeanu|
|Preceded by||Alexandru Petrescu|
|Succeeded by||Mihai Fifor|
17 December 2014 – 17 November 2015
|Prime Minister||Victor Ponta|
|Preceded by||Constantin Niță|
|Succeeded by||Costin Grigore Borc|
|Born||(1967-03-06) 6 March 1967
|Political party||FDSN (1992–93)
|Alma mater||Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University|
Mihai Tudose had born 6 March 1967, in Brăila .He is a Romanian politician, deputy in the Parliament of Romania, Minister of Economy in Grindeanu Cabinet and the Prime Minister of Romania.
Tudose’s predecessor, Sorin Grindeanu, was ousted by his own Social Democrat Party after an internal power row. The majority coalition led by the Social Democratic Party brought forward Mihai Tudose as one of the potential candidates for Prime Minister to succeed Sorin Grindeanu. On 26 June 2017, the majority coalition nominated him for the position and President Iohannis designated him. He took office with his cabinet on June 29. Tudose was involved in a plagiarism scandal regarding his doctoral thesis in 2015.
Mihai Tudose joined politics in 1992, as a member of the Democratic National Salvation Front. Today, Tudose is member of the Social Democratic Party and its national vice president since 2015. He entered the Parliament in 2000 and was elected consecutively for five terms as deputy in Brăila County. Mihai Tudose was Minister of Economy twice, between 2014 and 2015 in Fourth Ponta Cabinet and between February and June 2017 in Grindeanu Cabinet.
This video shows Mihai Tudose speaking about a scandal with his native language!
Doctor in Military Sciences and Information, Tudose asked in 2016 the withdrawal of this title after media reported that he had plagiarized part of his doctoral work.
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