Gheorghe Alexandrescu

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Gheorghe Alexandrescu (1912–2005) was a Romanian anticommunist dissident. He graduated his Ph.D. in law Magna cum Laude in 1939 from Rome, Italy. He was member of the Romanian National Liberal Party (PNL) from 1934 to 1947.

In 1987 during the communist regime, he allegedly published a clandestine newspaper which demanded: freedom of expression, free elections, political pluralism, restitution of property confiscated by communists and Down with communism!, was caught by the secret police (Securitate) and arrested. In 1989, after the fall of the communist regime, Gheorghe Alexandrescu was among the founders of the reborn National Liberal Party (PNL).


  • The Two Cancers of Mankind and Dacia Felix – published in Bucharest 1997 [1]