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Gavril Dejeu (Romanian pronunciation: [ɡaˈvril deˈʒew]; born 11 September 1932) is a Romanian politician who served as Minister of Interior in Victor Ciorbea's cabinet. He was also ad interim Prime Minister of Romania from 30 March to 17 April 1998.
|Prime Minister of Romania|
30 March 1998 – 17 April 1998
|Preceded by||Victor Ciorbea|
|Succeeded by||Radu Vasile|
|Minister of the Interior|
12 December 1996 – 21 January 1999
|Prime Minister||Victor Ciorbea|
|Preceded by||Doru Ioan Tărăcilă|
|Succeeded by||Constantin Dudu Ionescu|
|Born||11 September 1932|
|Political party||Christian-Democratic National Peasants' Party (1989–present)|
|National Peasants' Party (Before 1989)|
|Alma mater||Babeş-Bolyai University|
Born in Poieni, Cluj County, he is a graduate of the Cluj-Napoca Faculty of Law. Dejeu joined the Christian-Democratic National Peasants' Party (Romania) (PNŢCD) in 1990, after the Romanian Revolution, serving in the Chamber of Deputies from 1992 to 2000.
He and his wife Elena have one daughter, Flavia Vlad.
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