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On March 9, 1945 the Romanian administration was re-established in Northeastern Transylvania. A festive meeting was organized on the occasion in Cluj on March 13, 1945, with King Mihai, Prime Minister Petru Groza and the first deputy of the Soviet People's Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, A.I. Vyshinsky, attending.
January 8, 1990 saw the authorization, by the Bucharest Municipal Court, of post-communist Romania's first political party - the Christian Democratic National Peasant Party (PNTCD) led by Corneliu Coposu (b. May 20, 1914 - d. November 11, 1995).
The first documented mention of the "citadel of Bucharest" as princely residence comes up in a document issued on 20 September 1459 by Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), ruler of Wallachia (1448, 1456-1462, 1476-1477).