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Civil society appeals to Romanian, European Parliament

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Miercuri, 25 aprilie 2007, 0:00


Some 800 representatives of the civic organizations and two trade unions representing over a million members addressed an open letter to the leaders in the Romanian and the European Parliament. 17 years after the 52-days anti-Communist street demonstration was brutally crushed, the same intellectuals that fueled the changes after the 1989 revolution ask the Parliament to reconsider its position.
" We solicit the parliamentary parties, which proclaim themselves to be democratic but which have up to now rejected the official condemnation of 18 December 2006, to reconsider their position and to support the condemnation of the crimes of communism by taking unequivocal steps", the letter reads.


The letter:




Appeal to the interim president of Romania and to the authorities of the European Union

Bucharest, 22 April 2007

To Mr Nicolae Vacaroiu - Interim President of Romania
To Mr Jose Manuel Durao Barroso - President of the European Commission
To Mr Hans-Gert Poettering - President of the European Parliament
To Mr Franco Frattini - Vice-president of the European Commission, Justice Commissioner

We address this letter on the occasion of the seventeenth anniversary of the demonstrations in University Square, Bucharest, the longest anticommunist demonstration in history - fifty-two continuous days and nights.

We mention that, in June 1990, the said demonstration was crushed with unprecedented savagery, shocking the entire civilised world and gravely compromising Romania’s image.

Esteemed Nicolae Vacaroiu - Interim President of Romania,
On 15 March this year, we sent you The Appeal to the Parliament of Romania and to the European Parliament signed by more than seven hundred and fifty intellectuals, six non-governmental civic organisations, and two trade unions representing more than a million members. The Appeal was registered as no. 499/15.03.2007 by the Senate Registrar and was addressed to the President of the Senate.

Likewise, the Appeal was registered as no. 1240/15.03.2007 by the Registrar of the Chamber of Deputies. In spite of the fact that in such cases the law stipulates that the authorities are obliged to reply within thirty days, we have yet to receive any acknowledgement.

We mention that the English version of the Appeal was sent by post to Mr Hans-Gert Poettering, President of the European Parliament, and confirmation of its receipt has been given.
On 6 April this year, we addressed an open letter to the new Minister of Justice, Mr Tudor Chiuariu, registered as no. 48108/10.04.07. We have yet to receive any reply.
At the same time, we mention that almost two years ago, on 14 June 2005, The Appeal for Romania was published, addressed to the authorities of state by the leading civic organisations of Romania. Under Point 5 of the Appeal for Romania, the signatories demanded finalisation of the inquiries into the events surrounding the massacre of December 1989 and the fratricide of June 1990.
Esteemed Mr Vacaroiu, in your new capacity as interim president of Romania, we ask that you should assume with full responsibility the duty of mediator between civil society and the institutions of state.

To this end, in the name of the signatories of this appeal, we solicit that you demand that Parliament should immediately comply with the desiderata of civil society whereby the crimes of the communist regime shall be fully condemned only when the recommendations of the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania have become the reality of which Romania is in

such great need. Parliament has the moral duty to bring about such a reality. We solicit the parliamentary parties, which proclaim themselves to be democratic but which have up to now rejected the official condemnation of 18 December 2006, to reconsider their position and to support the condemnation of the crimes of communism by taking unequivocal steps.

We regard as despicable the attitude of certain parliamentarians who implicitly or explicitly defend the communist regime, which was guilty of imprescriptible crimes against humanity.

In this context, we mention a remarkable fact: the official condemnation pronounced by the head of state, as well as the document of state (the report) upon which the condemnation was based, have won exceptional appreciation at the recent debates to which we were invited in the United States, between 13 and 16 April this year, at Princeton University, Harvard university, and the Massachusetts

Institute of Technology (see www.roconsulboston.com/Pages/InfoPages/Commentary/Communism/IliesiuAward.html).
Esteemed Mr Interim President, in the name of the signatories of the above-mentioned appeals, we solicit that you support the demands of civil society for the discovery of the truth concerning the massacre of December 1989 and the fratricide of June 1990.

We solicit that you ask the new Minister of Justice to express publicly his support for the “solution with the utmost celerity” of the December 1989 and June 1990 cases.
We underline the fact that the solicitation of civil society is supported by Attorney General Mrs Laura Codruta Kovesi (according to a communique of 12 February 2007), who has ensured all the necessary conditions so that the prosecutors investigating the causes of the Revolution and events of June 1990 will be able to finalise and solve these cases with the maximum celerity.

We mention that inquiries were commenced seventeen years ago by various parliamentary commissions, but that their conclusions were vague. Inquiries by the Justice System were not commenced until 1999, and were suspended during the Iliescu-PSD government (2000-2004), thereby blocking the discovery of the truth for another four years.

The inquiries were resumed immediately after the change of political power, in December 2004. In November 2006, Chief Magistrate Mr Dan Voinea declared that finalisation of the “June 1990” inquiry was imminent.

He specified that thirty-four political and public figures were accused of and would be tried for very serious crimes, punishable with sentences of between fifteen years and life imprisonment. According to the statements of Chief Magistrate Mr Dan Voinea, in the case of the “December 1989” inquiry, the number of the accused would be significantly higher.
We stress that we are extremely concerned as a result of the statement made today by Mrs Monica Macovei, the recently fired Minister of Justice. According to the latter, a number of the parliamentarians who voted for the suspension of President Basescu are to stand trial while others are under investigation.

Our disquiet is heightened by the recent declarations of Mr Emil Boc, President of the Democratic Party. According to the latter, the coalition that suspended President Basescu is at the same time pursuing the replacement of the Attorney General of Romania, Mrs Laura Codruta Kovesi, and the Chief Prosecutor of the National Anti-corruption Department, Mr Daniel Morar.

At the same time, Mr Boc stated that the scope of their dismissal is to block current penal investigations and halt further penal investigations.
Esteemed Mr Interim President of Romania, as a guarantee of the public hopes placed in the rule of law, we solicit that you act decisively and immediately so that such unqualified illegalities shall not be permitted. Likewise, we solicit that those parliamentarians summoned to trial or under legal investigation should immediately be suspended from Parliament until proven innocent.

Esteemed Messrs Jose Manuel Durao Barroso, Hans-Gert Poettering, and Franco Frattini,
Given it is in the interests of the European Union that Romania should be cleansed and healed of all traces of the criminal communist dictatorship, we solicit your support in the resolution of our demands.

In the appendices to the present letter, we include the “Appeal for Romania” (14 June 2005), the “Open Letter to Mr Tudor Chiuariu, the Minister of Justice” (6 April 2007), the “Appeal to the Parliament of Romania and the European Parliament” (11 March 2007). We request that you read their content with exceeding care. We express our anticipatory thanks.

Bucharest, 22 April 2007

In the name of the signatories of the appeals referred to in the present letter, I sign as their author, Sorin Iliesiu - Vice-president of the Civic Alliance, member of the Group for Social Dialogue, Romania.

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APPEAL FOR ROMANIA - June 2005

- initiated by Sorin Iliesiu (member of the Group for Social Dialogue, Romania) in April 2005 -

To:

The President of Romania, the President of the Senate, the President of the Chamber of Deputies, the Prime Minister of Romania, the Minister of Justice, the President of the Upper Council of Magistrates, the President of the Legislative Council, the President of the High Court of Justice and Appeal.

Romania was the only country in which the communist regime was overthrown at the expense of bloodshed. This is why Romania ought, at least now, fifteen years after the Revolution, to commence the Trial of Communism.

In this respect, we solicit:

1. Declaration of the crimes and abuses of the communist regime - based on the existing evidence - as crimes against humanity and, consequently, as legally indefeasible.

2. Legislative annulment of the political sentences handed down by the communist justice system, in accordance with the principles of the class struggle, between 1945 and 1989.

3. Presentation by the President of Romania before the Chambers of Parliament, and adoption by the latter, of a declaration condemning communism as illegitimate and criminal.

4. Adoption of the Law of Lustration, in the spirit of point 8 of the Timisoara Proclamation.


5. Finalisation of research into the files on the repression of the 1987 workers’ uprising in Brasov, the files on the December 1989 Revolution and on the miners’ rampages (1990, 1991, 1999), as well as files relating to the manner in which the Securitate-Communist oligarchy was re-consolidated in Romania.

6. Acceleration and radicalisation of the fight against corruption, verification of the correctitude of privatisations carried out by the Securitate-Communist oligarchy, which has seized hold of economic power in Romania through fraudulent means.

7. Opening of the archives, integral surrender of Securitate and other communist secret service archives to the CNSAS.

8. Presentation of the truth regarding the communist and post-communist period in university history textbooks and courses.

We call on the citizens of Romania, the mass media and civil society to lend their solidarity to this appeal.

Bucharest, 14 June 2005

The Group for Social Dialogue, the Civic Alliance, the Pro-Democracy Association,
The Timisoara Society, The Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Resistance,
The 21 December 1989 Association, The Foundation for an Open Society,
The Romanian Association of Former Political Prisoners, The “Gheorghe Ursu” Foundation,
The Brasov 15 November 1987 Association, The Association for the Victims of the Miners’ Rampages, The Romanian Press League, APADOR-CH, The League for the Defence of Human Rights, University Solidarity, The National Bloc of December 1989 Revolutionaries, The Association for Revolutionaries without Privileges, The Romanian Institute of Recent History, senior members of the University Square 1990 leagues of students.

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6 April 2007
Open Letter to Mr Tudor Chiuariu - Minister of Justice

Esteemed Mr Minister of Justice,

On 29 January 2007, we addressed an Open Letter to the former Minister of Justice, Mrs Monica Macovei, signed by hundreds of intellectuals, leading civic organisations, trade unions, and organisations of revolutionaries. We therein solicited in principle the finalisation of the investigations into the repression of the December 1989 Revolution and the events of June 1990.
We quote from the conclusion of the letter: “We state that we appreciate the goodwill of the investigations conducted by Chief Magistrate Dan Voinea regarding the massacre of December 1989 and the fratricide of June 1990.

(…) In order to prevent obstruction of justice by those who are accused, we solicit the following: a) special protection of Mr Dan Voinea and his family; b) a military guard to protect the evidence gathered by the Justice System, in order to prevent its disappearance or destruction; c) exclusion of any attempts to pervert the course of justice.

(…) We solicit that you should establish, in consensus with Chief Magistrate Mr Dan Voinea, the latest date by which the conclusions of the investigations shall be published. We solicit that you make this information public in a press communique”.
Esteemed Mr Minister, we quote from the Communique of the Press Bureau of the Prosecutor’s Office of the High Court of Justice and Appeals: “On 12 February 2007, the Attorney General of the High Court of Justice and Appeals, Mrs Laura Codruta Kovesi, met with Mr Sorin Iliesiu, Vice-president of the Civic Alliance, author of the Open Letter addressed to the authorities of state,

non-governmental organisations and international forums, signed by two hundred and fifty-six intellectuals, and with Mr Dan Voinea, the Chief Magistrate, who is in charge of the inquiries into the Revolution and the events of June 1990.

During this meeting, the representative of the signatories of the open letter reiterated the demand for assurance on the part of the leadership of the Public Ministry as to the latter’s support in creating all the conditions necessary to the acting prosecutors in solving as soon as possible the cases to which he referred in the respective document.

The Chief Prosecutor of the High Court of Justice and Appeals expressed his support, both during these discussions and on the occasion of his participation at the meeting of summation at the Section of Military Prosecutors, which took place on that date, in ensuring all the conditions necessary so that the prosecutors investigating these cases will be able to finalise them, and demanded their solution with the maximum of celerity.”

Esteemed Mr Minister, we solicit that you publicly express your support for the “solution with the maximum celerity” of the June 1990 and December 1989 inquiries.

Esteemed Mr Minister, on 11 March 2007, we launched an Appeal to the Parliament of Romania and to the European Parliament, in the name of more than 750 intellectuals, more than a million trade unionists, and six non-governmental civic organisations. The Appeal was delivered on 15 March this year to the presidents of the two Chambers of the Parliament of Romania.

We mention that we have received confirmation of receipt of the English version of the Appeal sent to Mr Hans-Gert Poettering, President of the European Parliament.

In the trust that you will comply with our requests, we append the text of the respective Appeal to this letter.
In the name of the signatories of the Open Letter of 29 January 2007 and of the Appeal of 11 March 2007, I sign as their author, Sorin Iliesiu - Vice-president of the Civic Alliance, member of the Group for Social Dialogue, Romania.

Bucharest, 6 April 2007

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Appeal to the Parliament of Romania and to the European Parliament
sent by more than 750 intellectuals, more than one million trade-union members,
and six civic NGOs.

- open letter initiated by Sorin Iliesiu, vice-president of the Civic Alliance, member of the Group for Social Dialogue, Romania -

11 March 2007, Romania, Bucharest

To Mr. Nicolae Vacaroiu, The President of the Romanian Senate
To Mr. Bogdan Olteanu, The President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Romanian Parliament

To Mr. Hans-Gert Poettering - The President of the European Parliament

N.B. (dated 21 march 2007)
- The Romanian version of the present appeal was delivered to the Registry of the Senate of the Romanian Parliament, with registration no. 499/15.03.2007, addressed to Mr Nicolae Vacaroiu, President of the Romanian Senate, and to the Registry of the Chamber of Deputies of the Romanian Parliament, with registration no.

1240/15.03.2007, addressed to Mr Bogdan Olteanu, President of the Chamber of Deputies. By Romanian law, the addressees are required to reply within thirty days.
- This appeal was launched on 11 March in Timisoara - the city where the December 1989 Romanian Revolution began - on the occasion of the “Timisoara Society” anniversary public debate. On 21 March 2007, the Civic Alliance initiated in Bucharest a public debate entitled “Communism condemned. What next?”.

The overwhelming majority of participants at these public debates signed the appeal below.
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We address this letter on the occasion of the seventeenth anniversary of “The Timisoara Proclamation” - the true charter of the anticommunist Revolution in Romania.

Adopting the conclusions of the Report elaborated by the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania, the President of Romania officially condemned the communist regime on 18 December 2006, declaring it to have been illegitimate and criminal. This condemnation was also pronounced in the spirit of Resolution no.

1481 passed by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on 25 January 2006.

Romania is the first of the former communist states to have condemned the crimes of the communist regime based on such a report. We consider that, regardless of any criticisms that might be levelled at the Report, no Romanian of good faith can contest the justness of such a condemnation.

Nonetheless, in spite of the evidence of these crimes, on 18 December 2006 an attempt was made within the very Parliament of Romania itself to impede the condemnation of the crimes of communism.

It should be remembered that, whereas the collapse of communism came about without loss of life in the other Eastern bloc countries, in Romania the overthrow of the communist dictatorship resulted in more than 1,100 dead and over 3,300 wounded.

Among those under legal investigation as responsible for this massacre are public and political figures, some of whom even sit in the Parliament of Romania.

The attempt to impede the official condemnation of the crimes of communism, intervening seventeen years after the official demise of the regime, confirms the fact that the scourge of communism was only partly defeated in December 1989.

Bearing in mind that the current political crisis in Romania erupted immediately after the official condemnation of the crimes of communism, we consider that this crisis represents an attempt to block the natural consequences of the official condemnation.

The condemnation of the crimes of the communist regime can only be complete when the recommendations of the Report become the reality of which Romania is in such dire need. Parliament has the moral duty to bring about this reality.

To this end, we solicit the following from the Parliament of Romania:

1). The adoption, in the shortest possible time, of all the laws that are demanded by the conclusions of the Report of the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania - a report declared an official document of state in Romania. Urgent publication by the Romanian Parliament of a calendar of the latest dates by which the respective laws will be adopted.

Establishment of priorities in the adoption of these laws by common accord with representatives of civil society and public opinion.

2). “Bearing in mind the criminality and illegitimacy of the communist regime, urgent adoption of a law of lustration is imperative” (quoted from the Report, page 636). It should be borne in mind that such a law encapsulates, in essence, Point 8 of the Timisoara Proclamation.

The Law of Lustration was brought before Parliament as long ago as 1994, and again in 1997, by PNTCD members Constantin Ticu Dumitrescu and George Serban. Thanks to the initiative of the PNL, the Law of Lustration was passed by the Senate in 2006, but has, for almost a year, remained blocked in the Chamber of Deputies.

3). In accordance with the conclusions of the Report (page 633), we solicit the moral support of Parliament for finalisation of the legal inquiry into the massacre of December 1989 and the killings of June 1990. Inquiries were begun seventeen years ago by various parliamentary commissions, but their conclusions have been inconclusive.

Legal investigations were not begun until 1999, but were suspended during the Iliescu-PSD government (2000-2004), who thereby blocked discovery of the truth for yet another four years. Investigations were recommenced in December 2004.

Likewise, we invoke the conclusions of the Report elaborated by the Presidential Commission (page 633) referring to “the necessity for rigorous, scholarly analysis of the events of December 1989 and subsequent events directly linked to the communist regime, as well as the urgent finalisation of the investigations begun by the legal system.” In November 2006, Chief Public Prosecutor

Dan Voinea stated that the “June 1990” case file would be finalised within a very short time. He further specified that the file contains charges against thirty-four political and public figures, who are accused of serious offences, punishable with sentences of between fifteen years and life imprisonment.

According to the statements of Mr Voinea, the number of the accused in the “December 1989” case will be substantially higher. We consider that those Members of Parliament who are under legal investigation in these cases should step down until such time as they may be proven innocent.

4). In accordance with the conclusions of the Report (page 633), we solicit the moral support of Parliament for the commencement of legal inquiries into the following events: repression of the workers’ revolts in the Jiu Valley (1977) and Brashov (1987), and the events of March 1990 in Targu-Mures (we mention that an inquiry was begun by a parliamentary commission in 1990).

Likewise, it is necessary to reopen the cases of the “miners’ rampages” of 1991 and 1999. In accordance with the conclusions of the Report, “these were typical communist diversions and manifestations”.
We should underline the fact that a legal investigation of the events mentioned in this Appeal was demanded by the most prestigious non-governmental civic organisation as part of the Appeal for Romania of 14 June 2005, an appeal addressed to the principal authorities of the state, including Parliament.

5). We solicit that the parliamentary parties that have up to now rejected the official condemnation of 18 December 2006 should reconsider their position and unequivocally support the condemnation of the crimes of the communist regime. “To deny the crimes of communism is just as unacceptable as to deny those of fascism” (quotation from the Report, page 636).

We regard it as appalling that some members of parliament should defend, implicitly or explicitly, a regime that was guilty of imprescriptible crimes against humanity.

Bearing in mind that the European Union has need of a Romania healed of all traces of the crimes of the communist dictatorship, we solicit the moral support of the European Parliament for the resolution of our demands.

11 March 2007, Romania, Bucharest

At the present date, this letter is supported by the following organisations:

THE CIVIC ALLIANCE, president - Christian Mititelu

THE TIMISOARA SOCIETY, president - Florian Mihalcea

THE 21 DECEMBER 1989 ASSOCIATION, president - Teodor Maries

THE NATIONAL BLOC OF DECEMBER 1989 REVOLUTIONARIES - (131 organisations), president - George Costin

UNIVERSITY SOLIDARITY, president - Prof. Dr. Octavian Duliu

PRO-EUROPA LEAGUE, co-president - Smaranda Enache

THE VIRGIL SAHLEANU SOLIDARITY UNION FEDERATION OF ROMANIAN METALLURGY WORKERS (over 10,000 members), president - Gheorghe Tiber

THE CARTEL ALFA NATIONAL UNION CONFEDERATION (over a million members), president - Bogdan Iuliu Hossu


To date, the letter has received the support of 789 intellectuals - individual signatories:

1. Alexandru Agache, doctoral student in psychology, Konstanz, Germania
2. Pompiliu Alamorean, architect, first mayor of free Timisoara
3. Horia Mircea Alamoreanu, university professor, Dr. of engineering, Bucharest, Romania
4. Aurelia Albastroiu, chemist, Bucharest, Romania
5. Mihaela Albu, university reader, Dr., Craiova University, writer, vice-president of the National Federation of Romanian Women (UN accredited), Romania
6. Carmen Alexandrescu, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
7. Sorin Alexandrescu, professor, University of Amsterdam. Member of the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania.
8. Anghel Alexandru, lawyer, Bucharest, Romania
9. Serban Alexandru, student, Timisoara, Romania
10. Cristina Alexe, lawyer, doctoral student Bucharest University, Romania
11. Paul Andreescu, analyst, former political prisoner, president of the AFDPR Constanta branch
12. Roxana Anghel, student, Bucharest, Romania
13. Vlad Angheleanu, technic manager, Sacramento, California, SUA
14. Sanda Anghelescu, journalist, Bucharest, Romania
15. Viorica Andritoiu, economist - INFORR Association, Bucharest, Romania
16. Liviu Antonesei, writer, president of Timpul Cultural Foundation, Jassy, Romania
17. Ioan Sorin Apan, director - Dumitru Staniloae Theological Seminary, Brasov
18. Roxana Carmen Apetrei, physicianal practitioner, Alicante, Spain
19. Elena Ardelean, physicianal practitioner, Timisoara, Romania
20. Eugen Ardelean, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
21. Radu Ardevan, historian, university reader, Dr., Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania
22. Brindusa Armanca, journalist, university professor, director of the Romanian Cultural Institute- Budapest
23. Clara Arustei, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
24. Gheorghe Arvunescu, member of the Civic Alliance senate, Romania
25. Michael Astner, translator and writer, Jassy, Romania
26. Alexandru Avram, Dr., professor of Ancient Greek History, University of Le Mans, France
27. Simona Avram, teacher, Lugoj, Romania
28. Mirel Valentin Axinte, marketing expert, Bucharest, Romania
29. Mirko Azanatcovici, Serbian consul to Timisoara, honorary citizen of Timisoara
30. Constanta Badea, manager contabil, Montreal, Canada
31. Gabriel Badea, engineer, Montreal, Canada
32. Maria Baescu, president the Civic Alliance -Ploiesti, Romania
33. Traian Baicu, engineer, Bamberg, Germany
34. Hannelore Baier, Sibiu, expert in the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania
35. Cristian Alexandru Balogh, design engineer, Satu-Mare, Romania
36. Adrian Balomiri, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
37. Horea Balomiri, doctoral student, Vienna, Austria
38. Laura Balomiri, university lecturer, "Lucian Blaga" University, Sibiu, Romania
39. Eugenia Balanescu, physicianal practitioner, Bucharest, Romania
40. Florian Balanescu, physicianal practitioner, former political prisoner, Bucharest, Romania
41. Ioana Balanescu, statistician, Bucharest, Romania
42. George Baltac, Dr. - Sorbonne University, diplomat (consul gen.), journalist, Paris
43. Mihail Bancila, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
44. Mihaela Bancila, researcher, Washington, USA
45. Octavian Barbosa, art critic, Bucharest, Romania
46. Rodica Silvia Barlau, teacher, Beius-Bihor, Romania
47. Radu Barbulescu, writer, editor, of the Association of Romanian and German Writers, Munich, Germany
48. Mihai Neagu Basarab, physicianal practitioner, Freiburg, Germany
49. Emilia Bastea, accountant, Sibiu, Romania
50. Ion Baurceanu, designer, Bucharest, Romania
51. Monika Beck, journalist, Aachen, Germany
52. Rodica Belu, physicianal practitioner, Offenbach, Germany
53. Ion Baurceanu, designer, former political prisoner, Romania
54. Anca Baicoianu, doctoral student, editor-in-chief, Polirom Publishing House, Romania
55. Florian Balanescu, physicianal practitioner, former political prisoner, Bucharest, Romania
56. Eugenia Balanescu, physicianal practitioner, Bucharest, Romania
57. Teodor Banica, architect, Bucharest, Romania
58. Vasile Batlan, teacher, historian, Constanta, Romania
59. Maria Becker-Brindea, choreographer, Luxembourg
60. Stefan Benedict, engineer, Public Relations Chair, New-York, USA
61. Ion Berindei, architect, Boston, USA
62. Stefana Bianu, vice-president - Romanian World Council, member of the Honorary Board of the Institute for Investigation of the Crimes of Communism in Romania
63. Sandu Biolan, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
64. Viorica Patea Birk, university professor, Dr., Universidad de Salamanca, Spain
65. Magdalena Biro, manager, Timisoara, Romania
66. Victor Birsan, president - the Action for the Defence of Human Rights, Bucharest, Romania
67. Dan Birta, thermoelectric engineer, Bucharest, Romania
68. Theodora Birta-Skillicorn, university professor, United World College, Singapore
69. Caius Birdacel, student, Western University Timisoara, Romania
70. Octavian Bzoja, engineer, former political prisoner, president of the AFDPR-Brasov branch
71. Ana Blandiana, writer, creator of the Sighet Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Resistance, president - Civic Academy, Romania
72. Ion Dorin Bleahu, paediatrician, Bucharest, Romania
73. Ioana Boca, historian, executive director of the Civic Academy Foundation, expert in the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania
74. Rodica Boconcios, vice-president of the Civic Academy - Bucharest, Romania branch
75. Mircea Bocu, scientific researcher, Cluj, Romania
76. Costel Bodnar, art designer, San Francisco, USA
77. Piroska Bogdan, secretary general of the Timisoara Society, Romania
78. Adriana Boila, teacher, Sibiu, Romania
79. Dorin Boila, architect, Sibiu, Romania
80. Alexandru S. Bologa, academic director, “Grigore Antipa” National Research Institute, Constantza, Romania
81. Victor Bolozan, programming analyst, Popesti-Leordeni, Ilfov, Romania
82. Ioana Bosca, sociologist, doctoral student, Pontifica Comillas University, Madrid, Spain
83. Doru Botoiu, vice-president of the Timisoara Society, Romania
84. Alex P. Boti, electrical engineer, manager, Louisiana, USA
85. Stefano Bottoni, historian, University of Bologna - Italy, expert in the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania
86. Lidia Gheorghiu Bradley, president - Aspera Foundation, Brasov (Romania) -Boston, USA
87. Doru Braia, journalist, Bucharest, Romania
88. Mircea-Doru Branza, Doctor of Linguistics, Leiden University, Holland
89. Theodor Brasoveanu , doctoral student in physics, Princeton University, USA
90. Paulina Branet, student Timisoara University
91. Oana Bratila, student, Bucharest, Romania
92. Mircea Brancoveanu, engineer, Heidelberg, Germany
93. Aurora Briscon, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
94. Lucretia Brizu, physicianal practitioner, Timisoara, Romania
95. Dan Brudiu, engineer, Lugoj, Romania
96. Viorica Bucur, film critic and historian, Prof. Univ.Dr., Bucharest, Romania
97. Rodica Bucurescu, biologist, Bucharest, Romania
98. Cosmin Budeanca, doctoral student, expert at the Institute for the Investigation of the Crimes of Communism in Romania
99. Petru Budrugeac, Doctor of Chemistry, principal scientific researcher INCDIE ICPE-CA Bucharest, Romania
100. Alexandru Bugar, student UPT - Architecture, Timisoara, Romania
101. Vladimir Bulat, historian and art critic Bucharest, Romania -Kishinev, Moldova Republic
102. Elena Bumbaru, economist, Lausanne, Switzerland
103. Eugen Bumbaru, economist , Lausanne, Switzerland
104. Cosmin Bumbut, photographer, multiple international prize-winner, Bucharest, Romania
105. Constantin Burlacu, Dr., president of the National Defence League and Member of the International Parliament for Security and Peace, former political prisoner in Romania. New York, USA
106. Tudorin Burlacu, president of L.O.R.D. 1989, Timisoara, Romania
107. Dezso Bustya, priest, former political prisoner, Romania
108. Elisabeta Bustya, functionary, former political prisoner, Romania
109. Dalina Butculescu, economist, Germany
110. Alexandru Simion Buturuga, Doctor of Internal Physicianine, Paris, France
111. George Calalb, Doctor of Physicianine, Bucharest, Romania
112. Anca Calangiu, scientific researcher Bucharest, Romania
113. Dan Dumitru Calinescu, director general - Universal, Toronto, Canada
114. Florin-Gheorghe Calinescu, IT manager, Laval , Quebec , Canada
115. Marina Camboulives, professor, Universite Populaire de Belfort, France
116. Ionel Cana, physician, anticommunist dissident, the founder of the Free Trade-Union in Romania (SLOMR) - 1979, Bucharest, Romania
117. Ion Capatana, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
118. Aurelia Capatineanu, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
119. Gheorghe Capatineanu, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
120. Mircea Cartarescu, writer, Bucharest, Romania
121. Alexandru Carausu, University Reader, Dr., Jassy, Romania
122. Mioara Caragea, university reader, Dr., Bucharest University, Romania
123. Ion Caramitru, director of the Bucharest, Romania National Theatre, president of UNITER, former Minister of Culture (1996-2000).
124. Magda Carneci, writer, deputy director, Romanian Cultural Institute, Paris
125. Nicolae Carp, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
126. Andreea Carstea, researcher, Bucharest, Romania
127. Mihaela Cartis, member of the Civic Club, Bucharest, Romania
128. Igor Casu, Historian, researcher - Kishinev Institute of History, Freiburg University, Geneva University, expert in the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania. Moldova Republic.
129. Tinca Catana, economist, Timisoara, Romania
130. Ionut Catalin Catana, student, Timisoara , Romania
131. Hristian Cava, researcher, Bucharest, Romania
132. Smaranda Cazan-Livescu, Prof., president of the “Athenaeum” Romanian American Cultural Centre, Fulbright Alumni Resource, President of the International Union of Romanian Women, Atlanta, USA
133. Cristina Ceausescu, student, Bucharest, Romania
134. Constantin Cepleanu, physicianal practitioner, Le Mont, Switzerland
135. Vasile Cercel, revolutionary, Timisoara, Romania
136. Ruxandra Cesereanu, writer, Cluj, Romania
137. Silvia Chladni, physicianal practitioner, Timisoara, Romania
138. Ana Dorina Chiorean, architect, Baia Mare, Romania
139. Georgeta Ioana Chiorean, geologist engineer, Baia Mare
140. Gheorghe Sima Chiorean, retired engineer Cluj-Napoca, Romania
141. Pamela Sima Chiorean, physicianal practitioner, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
142. Gheorghe Chiper, architect, Bucharest, Romania
143. Elisabeta Chiper, data processor, Bucharest, Romania
144. Chireac Dumitru Sorin, historian, Jassy, Romania
145. Nicoleta Chirica, teacher, Atlanta, USA
146. Nicoleta Chirita, student, Bucharest, Romania
147. Radu Chirita, lawyer, university lecturer, Dr., Univ.Babes-Bolyai, Cluj, expert in the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania.
148. Alexandra Ciocarlie, academic researcher, G. C. Calinescu Institute of Literary History and Theory, Bucharest, Romania
149. Ioan Ciofu, psycho-physiologist, Doctor in Psychology, Bucharest, Romania
150. Ioan Ciolac, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
151. Sultana Ciolac, member the Civic Alliance, Bucharest, Romania
152. Anamaria Ciuhandu, president of the Banat Club of Christian Democrat Women
153. Marius Ciupertea, bookseller, Timisoara, Romania
154. Octavian Ciupitu, architect, Stockholm, Sweden
155. Petre Remus Cirstea, museum curator - Arges County Museum, assistant at the University of Pitesti, Romania
156. Alexandru Cizek, Privatdozent, Westfaelische WilhelmsUniversitaet, Muenster, Germany
157. Alexandru Clincea, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
158. Zaharia Clitan, student, Timisoara University, Romania
159. Alexandru Ghe. Cojocaru, engineer, Ploiesti, Romania
160. Mihaela Cojocaru, student, Timisoara, Romania
161. Corneliu Codreanu, engineer diplomat, Germany
162. Smaranda Cojocaru, student, Bucharest, Romania
163. Victor Cojocaru, Dr., academic researcher at the Romanian Academy Institute of Archaeology, Jassy, Romania
164. Diana di Cola, teacher, Sydney, Australia
165. Silvia Colfescu, editorial director, Vremea Publishing House, Bucharest, Romania
166. Denisa Comanescu, writer, editorial director, Humanitas Publishing House, Romania
167. Doina Constandache, architect, Paris, France
168. Mioara Constandache, teacher, Tulcea, Romania
169. Marcel Constantin, manager, Montreal, Canada
170. Alexandru Constantinescu, television producer, Lugoj, Romania
171. Emil Constantinescu, the President of Romania (1996-2000), Bucharest, Romania
172. Mihai Constantinescu, film director, former political prisoner, Bucharest, Romania
173. Nicolae Constantinescu, Prof. Dr., member of the Romanian Academy of Physicianal Sciences
174. Rodica and Flavia Coposu, sisters of Corneliu Coposu (1914-1995), leader of the anticommunist struggle in post-communist Romania
175. Adrian Corduneanu, teacher, Jassy Technical University, Romania
176. Doina Cornea, dissident and anticommunist activist
177. Raico Cornea, journalist, Timisoara, Romania
178. Dumitru Cormos, teacher, former political prisoner, Romania
179. Doina Cosman, prof.univ.dr., I.Hatieganu University of Physicianine, Cluj, Romania
180. Octavian Cosmutian, actor, Cluj, Romania
181. Dorana Cosoveanu, historian, art critic,
182. Radu Calin Cristea, scriitor, senior editor Bucuresti
183. George Costin, president of the National Bloc of December 1989 Revolutionaries, Romania
184. Miron Costin, physicianal practitioner, Los Angeles, USA
185. Speranta Costin, physicist, Los Angeles, USA
186. Despina Cosmuta, Ph.D, Calpe, Spain
187. Liliana Cosmutia, librarian, Massy , Franta
188. Mircea Cosmutia, Ph.D, Calpe, Spain
189. Titus Cosmutia, teachet, Massy, France
190. Radu Cotet, university reader, Namur, Belgia
191. Christian Craciun, teacher, Floresti, Prahova, Romania
192. Iuliu Cosuletu, lawyer, Brasov, Romania
193. Mihai Creanga, journalist, Bucharest, Romania
194. Gabriel Cristache, engineer senior expert, Munich, Germany
195. Radu Calin Cristea, writer, senior editor “Cotidianul”, Bucharest, Romania
196. Marius Cristian, historian, Jassy, Romania
197. Elena Craciun, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
198. Bogdan Cranganu-Cretu, Dr., researcher, ABB Switzerland AG, Switzerland
199. Mihai Crizmic, bookseller, Timisoara, Romania
200. Stefan Crunteanu, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
201. Petru Pilu Cuculanu, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
202. Nicolae Cupcea, Prof. Dr., Polytechnic University, Bucharest, Romania
203. Elena Dan Grisel, librarian, Institut suisse de droit compare, Lausanne, Switzerland
204. Nicolae Danciu, economist, Timisoara, Romania
205. Dan Danila, poet, translator, Leonberg, Germany
206. Lucia Daramus, editor, writer, Cluj-Napoca
207. Lucia Darian, web-designer, Rome, Italy
208. Petre Datculescu, pilot, Bucharest, Romania
209. Vladimir David, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
210. Raluca Ilaria Demetrescu, viusal artist, Paris, France
211. Ruxandra Demetrescu, Dr., Reader at the National University of Fine Arts, Bucharest, Romania
212. Bern?d Denes, researcher, Canada
213. Mircea A. Diaconu, literary critic, university professor - University of Suceava, Romania
214. Corneliu Ioan Dimache, engineer, Ploiesti, Romania
215. Dan Dimancescu, writer and journalist, Boston, USA
216. Andreea Divin, designer, Timisoara, Romania
217. Neagu Djuvara, historian, Bucharest, Romania
218. Anca Dobrescu, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
219. Dorin Dobrincu, historian, A.D. Xenopol Institute of History, Jassy, expert in the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania
220. Vasile Docea, Dr., University Reader, Timisoara, Romania
221. Ioana Donescu Bagshaw, engineer, Rennes, France
222. Elena Dorneanu, electrical engineer, Cluj, Romania
223. Camelia Doru, physicianal practitioner, president of the ICAR Foundation, Bucharest, Romania
224. Nicolae Dosa, musician, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Nice, France
225. Marin Dov, journalist, Timisoara, Romania
226. Victor Draghicescu, student, Bucharest, Romania
227. Florentina Dragomir, student, Bucharest, Romania
228. Octavian Duliu, president - University Solidarity, university teacher, Dr., Faculty of Physics, Bucharest, Romania University
229. Alexandru Dumitrescu, former political prisoner, Bucharest, Romania
230. Aurora Silvia Dumitrescu, teacher, former political prisoner, Romania
231. Cristinel Dumitrescu, engineer, former political prisoner, Romania
232. Florin Dumitrescu, economist, former political prisoner, Romania
233. Mihail F. Dumitrescu, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
234. Paul Dumitrescu, engineer, former political prisoner, Romania
235. Venera E.Dumitrescu-Staia, psychlogist, Montreal, Canada
236. Eve Dumitriu, accountant, London, Great Britain
237. George Dumitriu, restorer, London, Great Britain
238. Janeta Dumitriu, architect, Bucharest, Romania
239. Ion Dumitru, physician, USA
240. Ion T. Dumitru, former political prisoner, treasurer of the Memoria Cultural Foundation- Arges
241. Stelian Dumistracel, university professor, Al. I. Cuza University, Jassy, Romania
242. Horia Dulvac, writer, Timisoara, Romania
243. Mariana Dulvac, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
244. Dan L. Dusleag, university assistant, Indiana University, USA
245. Lucia Dusleag, paediatrician, Toronto, Canada
246. Eugenia Duta, musician, France
247. Mircea Dutescu, Prof. Dr., physicianal practitioner, Aachen, Germany
248. Constantin-Laurentiu Erbiceanu, engineer, Frankfurt/M, Germany
249. Minodora Emandi, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
250. Smaranda Enache, co-president - Pro Europa league, Targu-Mures, Romania
251. Ionel Enculescu, engineer, Timisoara
252. Constantin Enoiu, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
253. Constantin Eretescu, writer, Providence, USA
254. Valentin Feyns, Scientific Fellow, consultant, The United States Pharmacopeia, Rockville, Maryland, USA
255. Ioana Filat, editor and translator, Editura Polirom, Bucharest, Romania
256. Nicolae Filin, tradesman, Timisoara
257. Radu Filipescu, president - the Group for Social Dialogue. Anticommunist dissident. Former political prisoner. Member of the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania.
258. Constantin Filipoaia, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
259. Georgeta Filipoaia, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
260. Ion Filotti, university professor - New York University, Columbia University, Universite de Paris, Orsay. Researcher - Directeur de Recherches, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France.
261. Ana Flana, physicianal practitioner, Timisoara, Romania
262. Mariana Florian, vice-president of the Civic Alliance, Romania
263. Gheorghe Florescu, member, the Civic Alliance, Bucharest, Romania
264. Serban Foarta, writer, Timisoara, Romania
265. Constantin Fodor, economist, former political prisoner, Romania
266. Bradu-Constantin Fotiade, Ph.D, Bucharest, Romania
267. Augustin Fratila, writer, editor-in-chief ALLFA publishing house, member of the Romanian Writers’ Union, Romania
268. Marilena Frentiu, director, Baia Mare Municipal Theatre, Romania
269. Alexexander Friedmann, prof. dr., Universite du Quebec, Montreal, Canada
270. Alexandru Fronea, company administrator, Bucharest, Romania
271. Theodor N. Fronea, manager, Bucharest, Romania
272. Victor Frunza, writer, Bucharest, Romania
273. Sultana Gagea, member - INFORR Association, Bucharest, Romania
274. Rheal Galarneau, president ''Groupe ?quipro'', Montreal, Canada
275. Alina Galeriu, student, Bucharest, Romania
276. Florin Galescu, reporter, Timisoara, Romania
277. Tom Gallagher, university professor, Dr., Bradford University, United Kingdom
278. Mircea Gallin, professor, Bucharest, Romania
279. Gabriela Gavril-Antonesei, writer, professor at the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
280. Georg Gane, manager, Munich, Germany
281. Augustin Ganescu, engineer, Saline, Michigan, USA
282. Cristian Ganescu, manager, Sibiu, Romania
283. Elisabeta Ganescu, accountant, Saline, Michigan, USA
284. Constantin Geangu, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
285. Gregory George, retired, Los Angeles, SUA
286. Matei-Dumitru Georgescu, statistician physicianal principal, Bucharest, Romania
287. Iustin Gabriel German, engineer designer, Bucharest, Romania
288. Simona Georgescu, designer, Bucharest, Romania
289. Nicolae German, agronomist engineer, head of laboratory Vidra, Ilfov, Romania
290. Liviu Giosan, Dr. of Geology, researcher at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA
291. Mariana Girbovan, MA student, Timisoara, Romania
292. Dan Ghelase, president ARTRAD, Bucharest, Romania
293. Radu Pavel Gheo, writer, translator, Timisoara, Romania
294. Leonid H. Gheorghian, physicianal practitioner, Bensheim, Germany
295. Dragos Gheorghiu, electrical engineer, Zurich, Switzerland
296. George Gheorghiu, graduate of the Academy of Commerce, Bucharest, Romania
297. Stefan Ghergheli, Association of Romanian Christian Democrats in Germany
298. Dinu Gherman, researcher, journalist Romania Libera, Cluj , Romania
299. Mihai Ghircoias, teacher, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
300. Rutica Ghimpu, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
301. Liviu Ghitea, professor, Sousse, Tunis
302. Ovidiu Giulvezan, teacher, Timisoara, Romania
303. Stefan Gladin, film director, Romanian Television
304. Vasile Gogea, writer, veteran of the December 1989 Revolution, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
305. Sanda Golopentia, university professor, Providence, USA
306. Monica Goubard, data processor, Cognac, France
307. Jon Gostin, film director, Romanian Television
308. Ion Grama, technician, former political prisoner, Romania
309. Mihail Laurentiu Grecea, doctor of chemistry, researcher, Leiden, Holland
310. Devis Grebu, visual artist, Bucharest, Romania
311. Dan Grozav, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
312. Francisc Grunberg, translator, Timisoara, Romania
313. Stere Gulea, film director, university professor, Bucharest, Romania
314. Adrian Gutuiescu, designer, former political prisoner, Bucharest, Romania
315. Victor Halmaghi, medical doctor, Michigan, USA.
316. Alad?r Hampel-Binder, building engineer, Brashov, Romania
317. Andrea Enikõ Hampel-Binder, physicianal practitioner, Brashov, Romania
318. Anca Harasim, executive director, American Chamber of Commerce in Romania
319. Teofil Haica, vice-president of FNRD 1989, Timisoara, Romania
320. Dorin Hehn, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
321. Margareta Helvey, retired, Sacramento, California, SUA
322. Elena Hillard-Vasescu, gerante de societe, Paris, France
323. Zsolt Horvath, sub-engineer, Timisoara, Romania
324. Iuliu Hossu, engineer, Canada.
325. Bogdan Iuliu Hossu, president - C.N.S. “Cartel ALFA”, Romania
326. Lucia Hossu Longin, television producer for “Memorial to Pain”, general secretary of the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania
327. Lucica Iancu, university professor, Timisoara, Romania
328. Victor Iancu, university professor, UNESCO Chair for Human Rights, Baia Mare, Romania
329. Dinu Ianculescu, writer and actor, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
330. Florin Iepan, film director, Timisoara, Romania
331. Mihaela Iftime, student at Timisoara University, Campulung Moldovenesc, Romania
332. Constantin Igescu, member, the Civic Alliance, Bucharest, Romania
333. Mircea Ignat, vice-president - University Solidarity, Dr. of Engineering, principal academic researcher at the National Institute for Research Development in Electrical Engineering - Advanced Research
334. Lucian Iliesiu, architect, New-York, USA
335. Sorin Iliesiu, initiator of the Appeal for Condemnation of the Communist Regime in Romania as Illegitimate and Criminal, launched on 10 March 2006, signed by over 500 intellectuals, 45 non-governmental organisations, and two trade union organisations representing more than 1,000,000 members. Vice-president of the Civic Alliance, member of the Group for Social Dialogue.
336. Victor Iliesiu, architect, Bucharest, Romania
337. Petru Iliesu, writer, president -Timisoara ’89 Foundation, Romania
338. Dumitrita Dorina Ilirtie, student, Bucharest, Romania
339. Virginia Ion, academic secretary, Civic Academy, Romania
340. Alexandru Ionescu, engineer, San Francisco, USA
341. Ana Maria Ionescu Wollner, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
342. Aristide Ionescu, vice-president of the Memoria Cultural Foundation Arges, former political prisoner, who underwent the “re-education” experiment in Pitesti (“the cruellest barbarism of the contemporary world” - A. Solzhenitsyn) , Romania
343. Georgeta Ionescu, teacher, Montreal, Canada
344. Iulian Ionescu, engineer, Montreal, Canada
345. Liana Ionescu, doctor in filosophy, professor, University of Bucharest, Romania
346. Maria Alexandra Ionescu, student, Timisoara University, Romania
347. Miltiade Ionescu, physicianal practitioner, former political prisoner, Romania
348. Nicolae Ionescu, laborant, Montreal, Canada
349. Nicolae Ionescu, retired, Montreal, Canada
350. Gheorghe Ionita, economist, Timisoara, Romania
351. Oliver Ionita, manager, Bucharest, Romania
352. Silviu Ionita, university professor, Dr., academic secretary, University of Pitesti
353. Sorin Ionita, researcher, Bucharest, Romania
354. Filip-Lucian Iorga, historian, Bucharest, Romania
355. Lucia Iorga, Doctor of Psychology, Bucharest, Romania
356. Afrodita Iorgulescu, mathematician, teacher - Academy of Economic Studies
357. Anastasia Iorgulescu, former physicianal student, former political prisoner - sentenced to hard labour for life, Romania
358. Tiberiu Ioschici, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
359. Niculita Iosebica, economist, Bucharest, Romania
360. Gheorghe Ipate, engineer, former political prisoner, Romania
361. Paula Irescu, biologist, Bucharest, Romania
362. Diana Irimia, student, Bucharest, Romania
363. Ana-Maria Isofache, MA student - Centre for European Studies, Jassy, Romania
364. Valerica Ispas, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
365. Gheorghe Istratescu, architect, Bucharest, Romania
366. Gabriel Ivan, Education & Science Projects Manager, British Council, Bucharest, Romania
367. Victor Ivanovici, writer , professor -. “Aristotel” University, Thessaloniki, Greece
368. Cezar Ivanescu, writer, Bucharest, Romania
369. Alexandru Jadaneant, lawyer, Timisoara
370. Doina Jela, writer, journalist, secretary - Association of Independent Journalists in Romania
371. Dan Tudor Jemna, manager, Jassy, Romania
372. Ovidiu Jiman, musician, Timisoara, Romania
373. Alexandra Jivan, doctoral student in anthropology, Montreal, Canada
374. Ionel Jude, engineer, Bocsa, Caras-Severin, Romania
375. Charles Kercea, technician, former political prisoner, Romania
376. Hansgeorg v. Killyen, teacher, Max-Planck-Gymnasium, Lahr, Germany
377. Cornel Klein, teacher, Montreal, Canada
378. Victoria Voicu Klein, stenographer, Montreal, Canada
379. K?zmer Kov?cs, architect, Sfantu-Gheorghe, Romania
380. Victor Baltateanu Kornis, designer, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
381. Eniko Koos, researcher, Cluj, Romania
382. Traian Lalescu, economic analyst, Pittsburgh, USA
383. Mihaiu Lancuzov, museum curator, Bucharest, Romania
384. Cristian Lascu, speleologist, editor-in-chief “National Geographic Romania”
385. Dinu Lazar, photographer, multiple international prize-winner, Bucharest, Romania
386. Simina Lazar-Huser, electrical engineer, Paris, France
387. Dumitru-Felician Lazaroiu, Prof. Dr. of Engineering., Paris, France
388. Ana-Maria Lebada, student, Bucharest, Romania
389. Adrian Leu, software engineer, Cambridge, UK
390. Lucian I. Livescu, engineer, journalist, president of American Romanian Sister Cities Council, Youth for a Better World, Atlanta City of Peace Project, USA
391. Cosmin Lolea, computer engineer, Timisoara, Romania
392. George Luca, businessman, Botosani, Romania
393. Raymond Luca, Senior Accountant, EPlus Inc., Herndon, Virginia, USA
394. Delia Lucian, student, Oradea, Romania
395. Anca Lungu, university professor, Dr., Stamford University, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
396. Claudiu T. Lungu, university professor, Dr., University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA
397. Dragos Lumpan, international-award-winning photographer, Bucharest, Romania.
398. Mihaela Lungu, economist, Brashov , Romania
399. Nicolae Lupan, “Pro Bassarabia and Bukowina” Association, Bucharest, Romania
400. Adrian Lupas, building engineer, M?nchen, Germany
401. Marie-Anne Lupas, professor, M?nchen, Germany
402. Ovidiu Lupas, dr., ing., M?nchen, Germany
403. Simona Carmen Lupas, building engineer, M?nchen, Germany
404. Coman Lupu, university professor, Dr., Head of Department, Bucharest University, Romania
405. Giorgio Lupu, architect, vice-president - Nadel Architects Inc., Los Angeles, USA
406. Traian Lutcan, technician, former political prisoner, Romania
407. Rosana Macali, consultant, Timisoara, Romania
408. Alexandru Maier, physician, former political prisoner, Romania
409. Florina Malita, student, Brasov, Romania
410. Constantin Maltezianu, engineer, Neuilly S/Seine, France
411. Catalin Mamali, social psychologist, USA
412. Ion Man, administrator, former political prisoner, Romania
413. Nistor Man, teacher, president of the AFDPR-Mures branch, former political prisoner
414. Paul Mancas, teacher, former political prisoner, Romania
415. Maria Manda, teacher, Giurgiu, Romania
416. Mirella Manda, teacher, Giurgiu, Romania
417. Dumitru Manda, teacher, Giurgiu, Romania
418. Cornelia Maria Manolescu, professor, Bucuresti
419. Apostol Manta, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
420. Ionut Mares, student Timisoara University, Romania
421. Sorin Marculescu, writer, Bucharest, Romania
422. Nicolae Margineanu, film director, Bucharest, Romania
423. Ion Maria, writer, historian, Craiova, Romania
424. Radu Marza, historian, university lecturer, Dr., Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania
425. Teodor Maries, president - the 21 December 1989 Association
426. Bata Marianov, visual artist, writer, Germany
427. Gabriel Marin, university professor, the University of Ottawa, Canada
428. Mihai Marin, former political prisoner, Bucharest, Romania
429. Daniela Marinache, student, Bucharest, Romania
430. Viorel Marineasa, writer, Dr., Reader at the Western University, Timisoara, Romania
431. Aurelia Marinescu, teacher, Bucharest, Romania
432. Nicolae Marinescu, Dr. of Engineering., manager, Bucharest, Romania
433. Anca Liana Marton, engineer, chemist, university professor, Dr., Bucharest, Romania Polytechnic University
434. Constantin Martian, vice-president of the Civic Alliance, Romania
435. Claude G. Matasa, consul general of Romania, Dr. Prof. of Engineering, Chicago, USA
436. Ioan Matis, sub-engineer, Timisoara, Romania
437. Cristian-Adelin Maxim, lawyer, Drobeta Turnu-Severin, Romania
438. Carmen-Maria Mecu, psychologist, Dr., Reader at the Ecological University, Faculty of Psychology Bucharest, Romania
439. Nicolae Mecu, principal researcher grade I, literary historian, university professor, Dr., Bucharest, Romania
440. Dumitru Medan, civil engineer, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
441. Christiana Medianu, architect, Bucharest, Romania
442. Mihai Mereuta, president - Habitat League, Bucharest, Romania
443. Lavinia Micu, inspector, Timisoara, Romania
444. Adriana Micula, retired, Sydney, Australia
445. Dan Micula, data processor, Sydney, Australia
446. Rusalim Micula, retired, Sydney, Australia
447. Octavian Miclescu, writer, Galati, Romania
448. Dan Mihalache, physicianal practitioner, Timisoara, Romania
449. Felicia Mihalache, physicianal practitioner, Timisoara, Romania
450. Florian Mihalcea, president of the Timisoara Society, Romania
451. Ilie Mihalcea, journalist, Paris, France
452. Marieta Mihalcea, 16 December 1989 Association, Timisoara
453. Mihai Mihalcea, choreographer, director of the National Centre for Dance, Bucharest, Romania
454. Christian Mihaila, informatician, Montreal, Canada
455. Constantin Lulu Mihaila, engineer, Montreal, Canada
456. Emil Mihailescu, architect, former political prisoner, Romania
457. Preda Mihailescu, university professor, Mathematisches Institut Universitaet Goettingen, Germany
458. Antonia Munteanu, medic, Oradea, Romania
459. Senina Mihailescu Mureanu, journalist and translator, Madrid, Spain
460. Mircea Mihaies, writer, vice-president of the Romanian Cultural Institute
461. Liviu Mihoc, engineer, Hamburg, Germany
462. Cristian Mihu, architect, Bucharest, Romania
463. Alice Mija, Reader - University of Nice, France
464. Lucian C. Milea, electronic and telecommunications engineer, Bucharest, Romania
465. Damian Milivoi, economist, Timisoara, Romania
466. Elena Miller, lawyer, Indianapolis, USA
467. Adrian Mircea, anticommunist dissident, Bucharest, Romania
468. Emilia Mircea, physicianal student - Timisoara University
469. Alexandru Mircescu, teacher, Montreal, Canada
470. Georgeta Mircescu, teacher, Montreal, Canada
471. Christian Mititelu, president of the Civic Alliance, Romania
472. Paul Mitroi, lawyer, former political prisoner, Romania
473. Inez Mocanu, electrical engineer, Lyon, France
474. Angela Raluca Moise, professor, Bucharest, Romania
475. Cornel Moldovan, researcher, Bucharest, Romania
476. Ana Monoran, electronics specialist, Timisoara, Romania
477. Oana Monoran, journalist, Timisoara, Romania
478. Paul Alexandru Monoran, student, Timisoara, Romania
479. Petrisor Morar, Secretary of State for Revolutionary Issues, Bucharest, Romania
480. Sergio Morariu, journalist, Timisoara, Romania
481. Calin Mucichescu, engineer, professor at Bucharest, Romania Polytechnic University
482. Christina Mucichescu, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
483. Paul A. Mucichescu, student Humboldt University, Philosophy, Berlin, Germany
484. Carmen Muntean-Cristache, university assistant, doctoral student, Bucharest, Romania University.
485. Ioana Munteanu, lecturer in the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Bucharest, Romania
486. Vasile Muntean, electronics specialist, Sibiu, Romania
487. Alexandru Munteanu, journalist TVR, Bucharest, Romania
488. Dan Munteanu Col?n, Prof. Dr., Universidad de Las Palmas, Spain
489. Elena Munteanu, retired, Montreal, Canada
490. Alin Muresan, researcher, for the Investigation of the Crimes of Communism in Romania
491. Olga Muresan, geologist, Bucharest, Romania
492. Petru Muresan, geologist, Bucharest, Romania
493. George Musat, lawyer, Bucharest, Romania
494. John Nandris, archaeologist, Oxford, UK
495. Silvestru Nanu, economist, former political prisoner
496. Mihai Nasta, teacher, researcher, Brussels, Belgium
497. Geza Nagy, priest, former political prisoner, Romania
498. Maria Neagu, filmmaker, Bucharest, Romania
499. Mihai Neagu, engineer, former political prisoner, Romania
500. Traian Neamtu, former political prisoner, president of the AFDPR-Cluj branch, Romania
501. Damian Necula, writer, France
502. Alexandru Nemtanu, student, Bucharest, Romania
503. Dumitru Nestor, secretary, Memoria Cultural Foundation - Arges, Romania
504. Vasile Nica, engineer, Nuremburg, Germany
505. Cristian Nicoara, engineer, Bucharest, Romania
506. Dan Nicoara, engineer, manager, Toronto, Canada
507. Ion Nicoara, technician, former political prisoner, Romania
508. Lucica Nicoara, electrical engineer, vice-president of the National Board of the Civic Alliance, Brashov, Romania
509. Nicolae Ambrozie Nicoara, engineer, electronics specialist, president of the Pro Bassarabia and Bukowina Cultural Foundation, Brashov branch, Romania
510. Ioana Nicolau, piano teacher, Ceret, France
511. Yann Nicolau, dr., engineer, researcher, the Center for Nuclear Studies, Grenoble, France.
512. Nicola Nikolaus, physicianal practitioner, Reader at the University of D?sseldorf-Germany
513. Mircea Nicosevici, engineer, Timisoara, Romania
514. Radu Nicosevici, economist, president Academy of Advocacy, Timisoara, Romania
515. Dan Nicolescu, engineer, Quincy, MA, USA
516. Doina Nicolescu, engineer, Quincy, MA, USA
517. Andreea Niculescu, engineer IT, Enschede, Holland
518. Dan Niculescu, architect, Prangins, Switzerland
519. Ecaterina Niculescu, designer, former political prisoner, Romania
520. Stefan Niculescu-Maier, former political prisoner, software deveopment consultant, USA.
521. Mircea Nistorescu, architect, New York, USA
522. Constantin Nistorica, economist, former political prisoner, president of the Bihor branch, Romania
523. Viorica Niscov, researcher, translator, Bucharest, Romania
524. Ioana Nitulescu, student, Bucharest, Romania
525. Nicolae Noica, engineer, professor, Bucharest, Romania
526. Dan Novacovici, former political prisoner, building inspector, USA
527. Ana Otilia Nutu, economist, Bucharest, Romania
528. Dumitru Nutu, physicianal practitioner, Bucharest, Romania.
529. Dumitru Olteanu, former political prisoner, member of the Board of Directors of the Memoria Cultural Foundation - Arges, Romania
530. ?goston Olti, historian, expert in the Presidential Commission for Analysis of the Communist Dictatorship in Romania
531. Andrei Opait, archaeologist, University of Texas, USA.
532. Leonard Oprea, writer, essayist, Boston, USA
533. Adrian Orosanu, translator, Bucharest, Romania
534. Theodor Orasianu, geologist, Geneva, Switzerland
535. Dan Ottulescu, engineer, former political prisoner, Romania
536. Mihai Pamfilie, visual artist, Leeuwarden, Holland
537. Izverina Pan, writer, Bucharest, Romania
538. Serban Papacostea, historian, member of the History and Archaeology Section of the Romanian Academy Bucharest, Romania
539. Ovidiu Papana, university professor, Timisoara, Romania
540. Monica Papazu, Dr., University Reader in Comparative Literature and Theology, writer, Denmark
541. Vasile Paraschiv, anticommunist dissident. Former political prisoner. Group for Social Dialogue Prize - 2006.























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