Deputy Dan Iosif, one of the few participants in the 1989 Revolution who made it through the years as politician, died on Wednesday morning in a clinic in Siberia, because of lung cancer. Born in 1950, father of two, Iosif was one of the first Romanians who broke into the Communist Party headquarters on December 22, 1989. His political godfather, former president Ion Iliescu, said that Iosif has fought his cancer with tenacity and discretion and hoped he would conquer his illness up to the last moment. Iosif recently threatened to unveil important facts about the 1989 Revolution.