The forger Elena Ceausescu Petrescu
The wife of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu (1918-1989) had built a myth of intellectual delirium autocratic. As she had only two years of primary school, Helena Ceausescu had a title "Doctor of Engineering" in Chemistry from the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest acquired in 1967.
Elena Petrescu Rastoçesa born January 7, 1917 into a family of poor farmers of Judet in Ilfov County, in Wallachia in southern Romania. She spent two years at the elementary school, where she is poorly recorded before ending up working in a textile factory in Bucharest. In 1937, during a strike, she met the shoemaker's Nicolae Ceausescu, an agitator communsite two years his junior.
The same year she joined the Communist Party. They married in 1939. When Nicolae is found twice in a labor camp, she plunges into hiding. In 1944, Ceausescu became secretary of Communist Youth under the protection of Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej (1901-1965), Secretary General of the Communist Party.
In 1965, at the death of Gheorghiu-Dej, Nicolae Ceausescu became the Communist Party boss. Elena joined the Political Bureau, Secretariat, Assembly and at the Academy of Sciences. To be accepted, it is a thesis in Chemistry on "The Structure of apples" by Professor Ion Ursu, University of Timisoara. Her husband is content with the title of "Genius of the Carpathians", but asked the Foreign Universities to award honorary doctorates to his wife that fills its publications on polymers that can not even read.
In 1975, France of Valery Giscard d'Estaing play the game and obtains a doctorate honoris to Elena Ceausescu by the Faculty of Sciences of Nice. This Ph.D. will be exhibited by Elena until her death sentence and his execution on Christmas 1989.
She had given Nicolae, three children : Zola (1949-2006), married to a mathematician Professor Ion Mircea Oprean which had been created "a special section of scientific creation." And two sons: Valentin, born in February 1948, Engineer Atomic, trained at the University of Bucharest and at Imperial College London, who has kept out of politics and Nicu, born in 1951, renowned for his dissolute lifestyle, but who was nevertheless prepared to succeed his father. First as head of Communist Youth, he was co-opted member of the Acting Executive Committee and appointed by the regional party first secretary in Sibiu. Arrested in December 1989 along with his parents, he was released in 1992 to die from cirrhosis of the liver in a hospital in Vienna, Austria September 26, 1996. Imposed in 1985 by his despotic mother, his wife Polyana Cristescu was a member of the Central Committee, secretary of the Communist Youth League and chairwoman of the pioneers.
Simone Gbagbo Ehivet alias "Xhénia Warrior"
In "Words of Honor, the First Lady of Ivory Coast Says ...", published by Editions Ramsay in Paris in 2007, that his supporters call him "Xhénia Warrior" because of its "harsh, dry, uncompromising and passionate", Simone Gbagbo, born Ehivet who shared power with her husband Laurent Gbagbo Kudu, nicknamed the" Baker" (because of his propensity to roll his political partners in the flour) already dealt with cunning and petty, the seducer of her husband, Alassane Ouattara. Because she was convinced he would eventually rob them of power over the Ivory Coast that God had granted her husband ...
Constable's daughter born June 20, 1949 Ehivet in siblings of fifteen sisters Moossouin Ivory Coast. She attended high school in Grand-Bassam near Abidjan, where his father was assigned. During her studies in college, she campaigned for women's branch of the Catholic Student Youth (JECFA) of which it becomes national leader from 1966 to 1971. After studying at technical school in Abidjan, she enrolled in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Abidjan, where she graduated in 1973. In 1976, she obtained a Masters of Modern Literature at the University of Villetaneuse Paris III.
From 1974 to 1979 she taught modern literature at the “Lycée classique” of Abidjan. In 1981, she obtained the Diploma of Applied Studies (DEA) at the University of Dakar. She is preparing a doctoral thesis in graduate oral literature in 1983. From 1980 to 1984 she worked as a researcher at the Institute of Applied Linguistics (ILA). In 1984 she graduated in African linguistics at the University of Abidjan.
In 1971, she founded in Abidjan with four friends (Professor Pascal Kokora, Abdouramane Sangare, Maurice Boga Doudou and Laurent Gbagbo Kudu) "Organization", the embryo of what later became the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI), which bears his husband Laurent Gbagbo (Met in 1973) to power in October 2000.
When Laurent Gbagbo was declared "persona non grata" in Ivory Coast by the regime of Felix Houphouet-Boigny and exile in France from 1982 to 1988, she is a teacher and researcher at the Institute of Linguistics and Deputy Secretary General of the National Union Research and Higher Education and Scientific Research (SYNARES).
On 20 November 1988 at the official establishment of the REIT, she became secretary general. She is imprisoned for six months after student protests February 18, 1992.
In November 1995 she was elected MP in Abidjan (electoral district of Abobo). From 1996 to 1999, she was first secretary general of the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI).
When her husband was elected president in Ivory Coast October 22, 2000, she was again elected to parliament in Abobo (a suburb of Abidjan) to the National Assembly. In January 2001, she became president of the Parliamentary Group of the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI). Leaving the role of muse to the simple second office of her husband, the Muslim erased, Nadiana Bamba.
Having tasted the supreme power, she will let him go for anything left to "break definitively Ivory Coast" leaving her husband play the role of "The clown service."
Xhenia-Simone Ehivet Gbagbo, Ivorian warrior does escape the popular anger that has ended the power and life of her alter ego, Elena Petrescu Rastroçesa Ceausescu?