Chiril Gaburici

Chiril Gaburici
Chiril Gaburici (crop.).jpg
Minister of Economy and Infrastructure
In office
10 January 2018 – 8 June 2019
PresidentIgor Dodon
Prime MinisterPavel Filip
Preceded byOctavian Calmîc
Succeeded byVadim Brînzan
10th Prime Minister of Moldova
In office
18 February 2015 – 22 June 2015
PresidentNicolae Timofti
Preceded byIurie Leancă
Succeeded byNatalia Gherman (Acting)
Valeriu Streleț
Personal details
Born (1976-11-23) 23 November 1976 (age 44)
Logănești, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union

Chiril Gaburici (Romanian pronunciation: [kiˈril ɡaˈburit͡ʃʲ]; born 23 November 1976 in Logănești) is a Moldovan businessman and former Prime Minister of Moldova.


Chiril Gaburici was born on 23 of November 1976, in Loganesti, Cotovsc region of Moldova Republic. 
  Graduated Slavonian University as an Economist.
 From 2001-2003, Chiril was the regional sales representative of Moldcell (GSM operator). He was in charge of the sales network in the regions. After, in 2004 he took the lead of Regional Sales Department of Moldcell. And in 2004 till 2008 he was the Sales Director the company. Since 2008 Chiril is the CEO of Moldcell as a decision of the board, being the only local CEO in the TeliaSonera grup. In 2012 Chiril was offered to move in Azerbaijan to the CEO position of Azercell (part of TeliaSonera). In 2015 he left the company. 
 14th of February 2015, with a decree of the Moldovan Prezident Mr Timofti, Chiril Gaburici was named as a candidate for Prime-Minister of Government of Moldova. On the 18th of February, with the majority votes in the parliament he was elected.

Early career

He was the first Moldovan manager of the company Moldcell. In 2012, he went to Azercell, Azerbaijan.[1] The President invited him to form a government on 14 February 2015.[2] He had 15 days to obtain parliamentary approval of his cabinet. On 18 February 2015, Parliament approved his cabinet. He was sworn in the same day.[3] He resigned on 12 June 2015 after his open letter were he asked General prosecutor and National Banks Governor to dismiss. The politicians were trying to create some stories about Chiril Gaburici school diploma.[4] On 22 June he was succeeded by Natalia Gherman.

Personal life

Chiril Gaburici is married to Irina and together they have tree children.[5] He speaks Romanian, Russian, English and French. He is passionate about guitar and car sports. Chiril Gaburici is also passionate about Green Energy and he is fond in ECO production! He participated in professional racing and rallies. He is the president of the national autosport club and EcoFarm.[6]


At the end of February 2015, after receiving an anonymous message with some clues, and motivated by the fact that in the official CV of Chiril Gaburici there are no academic years but only the name of the institutions, journalists from Ziarul de Gardă did an investigation about his studies. Thus, they learned that, after graduating from gymnasium, Chiril Gaburici studied at the Republican College of Microelectronics and Computer Engineering (CRMTC) in Chisinau, although he had not indicated this in his official CV. According to the vice director of the respective institution, Gaburici studied at the CRMTC during 1992-1995 and was a very good student, but he had not attended the baccalaureate session and was not awarded the BAC diploma.[7] According to the same investigation, in 2009-2011, being already director at Moldcell, at the age of 33, Gaburici has obtained his master's degree at the Free International University of Moldova (ULIM). He subsequently completed doctoral studies at the University of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova (UASM), based on a contract. He was enrolled at UASM in 2011 at non-frequency studies, followed a 4-year study, and 2015 was his final year of studies. In an official response of the Government of the Republic of Moldova to the request for clarification of the situation, it is said (in addition to the data above) that Gaburici was admitted to ASEM in 1995, and in 1998 he transferred to the Slavonic University.[8]

See also


  1. ^ "PLDM a decis! Chiril Gaburici va fi noul candidat la funcția de premier". unimedia.info. Retrieved 2015-02-14.
  2. ^ "Președintele Nicolae Timofti l-a desemnat pe domnul Chiril Gaburici în calitate de candidat pentru funcția de prim-ministru — Președinția Republicii Moldova". presedinte.md. Retrieved 2015-02-14.
  3. ^ "Membrii noului Guvern au depus jurământul în prezența președintelui Republicii Moldova, Nicolae Timofti — Președinția Republicii Moldova". presedinte.md. Retrieved 2015-02-20.
  4. ^ "Premierul Republicii Moldova, Chiril Gaburici, a demisionat!". Știrile TVR (in Romanian). 12 June 2015. Archived from the original on 1 October 2018. Retrieved 12 June 2015.
  5. ^ Rodica Trofimov, Rodica Bilețchi, Irina Tribusean, Marcel Toma (2010). "Chiril Gaburici. I love Chișinău". VIP Magazin. Archived from the original on 2015-02-14. Retrieved 2018-09-30.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  6. ^ Рая Аббасова (16 January 2014). "Новый бакинец Кирилл Габурич. Интервью с генеральным директором Azercell Telecom". Boutique Baku. Retrieved 2015-02-19.
  7. ^ CV-ul necenzurat al premierului sau cum Chiril Gaburici a picat BAC-ul și a făcut economie la „fără frecvență” la o universitate nelicențiată
  8. ^ Premierul Chiril Gaburici EXPLICĂ de ce NU are diplomă de BAC, când a ajuns la ASEM și de ce s-a transferat la Universitatea Slavonă
Political offices
Preceded by
Iurie Leancă
Prime Minister of Moldova
Succeeded by
Natalia Gherman

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