Ioan Vulpescu - proposed Minister of Culture and National Identity (bio)

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Ioan Vulpescu was born on June 17, 1976. He graduated from the Orthodox School of Theology of Bucharest, followed by a Master's degree in Doctrine and Culture and a Doctoral degree in Philosophy.

Over 2000-2004, he used to be an expert with the Department of Culture — Cults within the Presidential Administration. With 2004, he was the adviser of former president Ion Iliescu. He was secretary executive of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), with the political strategies. In September 2012, he was appointed by Prime Minister Victor Ponta, member of the leadership of the Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR), and revoked from position on January 28, 2013, after winning a deputy mandate in the Romanian Parliament.

In September 2012, Ioan Vulpescu launched his book "From the country where the Left is Cartu and the Right is Lacatus ", which includes sports' essays and chronicles.

On December 11, 2016, he was elected a senator on behalf of the PSD, representing Bucharest. AGERPRES (RO — author: Andreea Onogea, Cristian Anghelache, editor: Marina Badulescu; EN — editor: Razvan-Adrian Pandea)

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