List of mayors of Cluj-Napoca

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Mayor of Cluj-Napoca
Romanian: Primarul Municipiului Cluj-Napoca
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Incumbent
Dr. Emil Boc

since July 2012
Inaugural holder Dr. Iulian Pop
Formation 1919 (after the Unification of Romania)
Website http://www.primariaclujnapoca.ro/

The following is a list of mayors of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was called Kolozsvár before 1918–20 when it belonged to Hungary. Later it was named Cluj from 1918 to 1940 and 1944 to 1974, and during World War II (between 1940 and 1944), when the Second Vienna Award gave the city back to Hungary, it was again known by its Hungarian name of Kolozsvár.

Dates Mayor
1919 - 1923 Dr. Iulian Pop
1923 - 1926 Dr. Octavian Utalea
1926 - 1931 Dr. Theodor Mihali
1926 - 1927 Vasile Osvadă
1931 - 1932 Prof. Coriolan Tătaru
1932 Dr. Sebastian Bornemisa
1932 - 1933 Dr. Victor Deleu
1933 - 1938 Prof. Dr. Nicolae Drăganu
1938 Dr. Laurian Gabor
1938 Richard Filipescu
1938 - 1940 Dr. Sebastian Bornemisa
1940 - 1944 Dr. László Vásárhelyi
1944 Dr. Ioan Demeter
1944 - 1945 Tudor Bugnariu
1946 - 1952 Gheorghe Chintezanu
1952 - 1957 Petre Jurca
1957 - 1960 Aurel Duca
1960 - 1968 Gheorghe Lăpădeanu
1968 - 1975 Remus Bucșa
1975 - 1983 Constantin Crișan
1983 - 1985 Constantin Chirilă
1985 - 1986 Nicolae Preda
1986 - 1989 Gheorghe Cordea
1989 Ioan Pop
1990 Alexandru Șerban
1990 - 1991 Mihai Tălpean
1991 - 1992 Teodor Groza
1992 - 2004 Gheorghe Funar
2004 - 2009 Dr. Emil Boc
2009 - 2012 Sorin Apostu
2012 Radu Moisin (interim)
2012 - present Dr. Emil Boc