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Pantelimon Erhan

Pantelimon Erhan
Prime Minister of Moldova1
In office
7 December 1917 – 13 January 1918
PresidentIon Inculeţ
Preceded byformation of the Republic
Succeeded byDaniel Ciugureanu
Director General of Public Instruction
In office
1917–1918
Preceded byŞtefan Ciobanu
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
1917–1918
Personal details
Born1884
Tănătari, Bessarabia Governorate, Russian Empire (now Moldova)
DiedApril/May 1971
Bucharest, Socialist Republic of Romania
1. The name was President of the Council of Directors General.

Pantelimon Erhan (1884 – April/May 1971)[1] was a Bessarabian politician and prime minister of the Moldavian Democratic Republic (1917–1918).

Biography

Pantelimon Erhan was born in 1884 in Tănătari, Căușeni District. He died in April or May 1971 in Bucharest.

Prime minister

He was the first prime minister of the Moldavian Democratic Republic (7 December [O.S. 24 November] 1917 - 29 January [O.S. 16 January] 1918).

On 7 December [O.S. 24 November] 1917, Sfatul Țării elected the Pantelimon Erhan Cabinet (named the Council of Directors General), with nine members and with Pantelimon Erhan as President of the Council of Directors General and Director General for Agriculture. The Agrarian reform was a cornerstone priority of the Moldavian Democratic Republic government.

The presence of the Romanian army in Moldavian Democratic Republic has caused tension within the Council, with some of its members, Pantelimon Erhan protesting against it.[2] In particular they feared that big land owners-dominated Romanian Government could use the troops to prevent the envisaged Agrarian reform, a cornerstone priority of the Moldavian Democratic Republic government.[3]

See too

Notes

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Charles Upson Clark, "Bessarabia", Chapter XIX, New York, 1926, available online here
  3. ^ P.Halippa, A.Moraru, Testament pentru urmasi, 2nd edition, Hyperion, Chisinau, 1991, p.85-87
Political offices
Preceded by
formation of Moldavian Republic
Prime Minister of Moldova
7 December [O.S. 24 November] 1917 - 29 January [O.S. 16 January] 1918
Succeeded by
Daniel Ciugureanu



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