|A.K.A.||Aurel C. Popovici|
|Birth||October 16, 1863 (Lugoj)|
|Death||February 9, 1917 (Geneva)|
Aurel C. Popovici (16 October 1863 Lugoj, Banat, Austrian Empire – 9 February 1917 Geneva, Switzerland) was an ethnic Romanian Austro-Hungarian lawyer and politician. Together with other Romanian intellectuals of the National Romanian Party, in 1892 he signed the Transylvanian Memorandum, a document pleading for equal rights with Hungarians in Transylvania, and demanding an end to persecutions and Magyarization attempts.
In 1906 he proposed the federalization of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy into the so-called United States of Greater Austria.
He is buried in the cemetery next to St. Nicholas Church in Braşov.