Prime Minister of Moldova

head of the government of Moldova

The prime minister of Moldova is Moldova's head of government. The prime minister is formally appointed by the president and holds executive power along with the cabinet. They need to parliamentary support.

Prime Minister of Moldova
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Incumbent
Natalia Gavrilița

since 6 August 2021
StyleMr/Madam Premier (informal)
His/Her Excellency (formal)
ResidenceGovernment House
AppointerPresident of Moldova
Term lengthFour years
Inaugural holderPantelimon Erhan
Formation1917
Salary6,433 USD annually[1]
Websitegov.md/en

List of prime ministersEdit

Parties

  FPM   PDAM   ADR   PCRM   PLDM   PL   PAS   Independent

Status
  Acting Prime Minister
# Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Office term Political party Prior office Election Cabinet
1   Valeriu Muravschi
(1949–2020)
28 May 1991 1 July 1992 Popular Front of Moldova Deputy Prime Minister;

Minister of Finance

Muravschi
FPM
2   Andrei Sangheli
(1944–)
1 July 1992 24 January 1997 Democratic Agrarian Party of Moldova Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry Sangheli I
1994 Sangheli II
3   Ion Ciubuc
(1943–2018)
24 January 1997 1 February 1999 Alliance for Democracy and Reforms Chairman of the Court of Accounts Ciubuc I
1998 Ciubuc II
  Serafim Urechean
(1950–)
Acting Prime Minister
5 February 1999 19 February 1999 Independent Mayor of Chișinău
4   Ion Sturza
(1960–)
19 February 1999 12 March 1999 Alliance for Democracy and Reforms Deputy Prime Minister;

Minister of Economy and Reforms

12 March 1999 21 December 1999 Sturza
5   Dumitru Braghiș
(1957–)
21 December 1999 19 April 2001 Independent Deputy Minister of Economy and Reforms Braghiș
6   Vasile Tarlev
(1963–)
19 April 2001 31 March 2008 Party of Communists 2001 Tarlev I
PCRM
2005 Tarlev II
PCRM
7   Zinaida Greceanîi
(1956–)
31 March 2008 14 September 2009 Party of Communists First Deputy Prime Minister Greceanîi I
PCRM
Apr. 2009 Greceanîi II
PCRM
  Vitalie Pîrlog
(1974–)
Acting Prime Minister
14 September 2009 25 September 2009 Party of Communists Minister of Justice
8   Vladimir Filat
(1969–)
25 September 2009 25 April 2013 Liberal Democratic Party
(Alliance for European Integration)
Minister of State Jul. 2009 Filat I
PLDMPLPDMAMN
2010 Filat II
PLDMPLPDM
9   Iurie Leancă
(1963–)
25 April 2013 30 May 2013 Liberal Democratic Party
(Pro-European Coalition)
First Deputy Prime Minister;

Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration

30 May 2013 18 February 2015 Leancă[2][3]
PLDMPDMPL
10   Chiril Gaburici
(1976–)
18 February 2015 22 June 2015 Independent 2014 Gaburici
PLDMPDM
  Natalia Gherman
(1969–)
Acting Prime Minister
22 June 2015 30 July 2015 Liberal Democratic Party
(Political Alliance for a European Moldova)
Deputy Prime Minister;

Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration

11   Valeriu Streleț
(1970–)
30 July 2015 30 October 2015 Liberal Democratic Party
(Alliance for European Integration III)
Member of Parliament Streleț
PLDMPDMPL
  Gheorghe Brega
(1951–)
Acting Prime Minister
30 October 2015 20 January 2016 Liberal Party
(Alliance for European Integration III)
Deputy Prime Minister for Social Issues
12   Pavel Filip
(1966–)
20 January 2016 8 June 2019 Democratic Party Minister of Informational Technologies and Communications Filip
PDM-PL
13   Maia Sandu
(1972–)
8 June 2019 14 November 2019 Action and Solidarity Party Minister of Education 2019 Sandu
ACUM-PSRM
14   Ion Chicu
(1972–)
14 November 2019 31 December 2020 Independent Minister of Finance Chicu
PSRM-PDM
  Aureliu Ciocoi
(1968–)
Acting Prime Minister
31 December 2020 6 August 2021 Independent Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
15   Natalia Gavrilița
(1977–)
6 August 2021 Incumbent Action and Solidarity Party Minister of Finance 2021 Gavrilița
PAS

ReferencesEdit

  1. Maxim, Pulber (20 March 2017). "Salariu de președinte: Cât primește Dodon de la stat - - Independent". Independent.md.
  2. New government formed in Moldova
  3. "The agreement Pro European Coalition set up was made public". Archived from the original on 2013-11-05. Retrieved 2020-04-08.