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|44th Chief of the Romanian General Staff|
7 March 2000 – 31 October 2000
|Prime Minister||Mugur Isărescu|
|Preceded by||Constantin Degeratu|
|Succeeded by||Mihail Eugen Popescu|
3 July 1949 |
|Political party||Romanian National Unity Party|
Mircea Chelaru (born 3 July 1949) was a Romanian general and the last leader of the Romanian National Unity Party (PUNR) after Gheorghe Funar resigned as leader. After the PUNR was absorbed by the PC (Conservative Party), Chelaru stepped down from his position.
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