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Chicu Cabinet

Chicu Cabinet
Cabinet of Moldova
Ion Chicu - Nov 2019.jpg
Chicu following the parliamentary session that approved his appointment as Prime Minister.
Date formed14 November 2019 (2019-11-14)
Date dissolved23 December 2020 (2020-12-23)
People and organisations
Head of stateMaia Sandu (2020→)
Igor Dodon (2019–2020)
Head of governmentIon Chicu
Deputy head of governmentSergiu Pușcuță
Alexandru Flenchea
No. of ministers9+2
Member partiesPSRM, PDM (until 7 November 2020)
Status in legislatureMinority government
Opposition parties
Opposition leaders

The Chicu Cabinet was a Cabinet of Moldova, led by Ion Chicu. It was formed on 14 November 2019 two days after the Sandu Cabinet led by Maia Sandu was ousted in a vote of no confidence. With the support of just over 60% of MPs in the Parliament of Moldova, Chicu was approved as a replacement Prime Minister.[1] The Cabinet was dissolved on 23 December 2020, after Ion Chicu has resigned.[2]

Composition

Role Name Party Start date End date
Ion Chicu - Nov 2019.jpg Prime Minister Ion Chicu Independent 14 November 2019 31 December 2020
Deputy Prime Ministers
Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Finance Sergiu Pușcuța Independent 14 November 2019 31 December 2020
Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Alexandru Flenchea Independent 14 November 2019 16 March 2020
Cristina Lesnic Independent 16 March 2020 9 November 2020
Olga Cebotari Independent 9 November 2020
Ministers
Minister of Economy and Infrastructure Anatol Usatîi Independent 14 November 2019 16 March 2020
Sergiu Răilean PDM 16 March 2020 9 November 2020
Anatol Usatîi Independent 9 November 2020 31 December 2020
Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Aureliu Ciocoi[3][4][5] Independent 14 November 2019 16 March 2020
Oleg Țulea PDM 16 March 2020 9 November 2020
Aureliu Ciocoi Independent 9 November 2020
Voicu in August 2019.jpeg Minister of Internal Affairs Pavel Voicu PSRM 14 November 2019
Виктор Гайчук (cropped).jpg Minister of Defense Victor Gaiciuc[6][7] Independent 14 November 2019 16 March 2020
Alexandru Pînzari PDM 16 March 2020 9 November 2020
Victor Gaiciuc Independent 9 November 2020
Minister of Justice Fadei Nagacevschi PSRM 14 November 2019 23 December 2020
Minister of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment Ion Perju Independent 14 November 2019 23 December 2020
Minister of Education, Culture and Research Corneliu Popovici Independent 14 November 2019 16 March 2020
Igor Șarov PDM 16 March 2020 9 November 2020
Lilia Pogolșa Independent 9 November 2020 23 December 2020
Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection Viorica Dumbrăveanu Independent 14 November 2019 23 December 2020
Ex-officio Member
Irina Vlah (2015-03-23) (cropped).png Governor (Bashkan) of Găgăuzia Irina Vlah Independent 15 April 2015

References

  1. ^ "Moldova's Parliament Backs Ion Chicu as New PM". November 14, 2019.
  2. ^ "Moldova lurches toward snap elections after PM, cabinet resign". Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. 23 December 2020.
  3. ^ "Moldovan acting president signs decrees appointing new ambassadors". Archived from the original on 2012-03-08. Retrieved 2010-08-19.
  4. ^ Government approves ten candidates for ambassador Archived 2012-03-08 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ "Four more Moldovan ambassadors accepted - Moldova Azi". www.azi.md.
  6. ^ "Ministerul Apărării al Republicii Moldova".
  7. ^ ȘTIRILE, PUBLIKA MD-AICI SUNT (November 14, 2019). "GALERIE FOTO: publika.md - Ministrul Apărării, Victor Gaiciuc, a fost prezentat efectivului Armatei Naţionale | PUBLIKA .MD - AICI SUNT ȘTIRILE". www.publika.md.

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Preceded by
Sandu Cabinet
Cabinet of Moldova
14 November 2019 - 23 December 2020
Succeeded by

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