Sandu Cabinet

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Sandu Cabinet
Cabinet of Moldova
Maia Sandu (2019).jpg
Maia Sandu
Date formed8 June 2019 (2019-06-08)
Date dissolved12 November 2019
People and organisations
Head of stateIgor Dodon
Head of governmentMaia Sandu
Deputy head of governmentAndrei Năstase
Vasilii Șova
No. of ministers9+2
Member partiesPPDA, PAS, PSRM
Status in legislatureTemporary coalition[1]
Opposition parties
Opposition leaders
Outgoing election2019
PredecessorFilip Cabinet
SuccessorChicu Cabinet

The Sandu Cabinet was a Cabinet of Moldova, led by Maia Sandu.[2]


It was inaugurated on 8 June 2019, in the middle of the 2019 Moldovan constitutional crisis when the Constitutional Court of Moldova declared unconstitutional her designation for this position as well as the appointment of the Government of the Republic of Moldova.[3] However on 15 June 2019, the Constitutional Court revised and repealed its previous decisions declaring the Sandu Cabinet to have been constitutionally created.[4] It was ousted in a motion of no confidence in the Parliament of Moldova on 12 November that same year and subsequently replaced by a government headed by Ion Chicu.[5] The reason for the government collapse was the draft law assumed by the government to delegate a part of its plenary powers to the Prime Minister to propose a "short list" with the candidates for Prosecutor General's position.[6][7] President Igor Dodon mentioned that by assuming this powers by Government, the ACUM bloc violated the agreement made with the PSRM which clearly stipulated that the applicants for the position of Prosecutor General are selected by an expert committee.[8][9]


Ministry Name Party Start date End date
Maia Sandu (2019).jpg Prime minister Maia Sandu PAS 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Deputy Prime Ministers
Andrei Năstase.jpg Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Năstase PPDA 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Vasilii Șova (2014-02-20).png Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Vasilii Șova PSRM 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure Vadim Brînzan Independent 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Nicu Popescu Independent 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Andrei Năstase.jpg Ministry of Internal Affairs Andrei Năstase PPDA 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Voicu in August 2019.jpeg Ministry of Defense Pavel Voicu PSRM 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Ministry of Justice Stanislav Pavlovschi PPDA 8 June 2019 23 June 2019[10]
Olesea Stamate Independent 24 June 2019[11] 12 November 2019
Ministry of Finance Natalia Gavrilița PAS 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment Georgeta Mincu Independent 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Liliana Nicolaescu-Onofrei in June 2019.jpg Ministry of Education, Culture and Research Liliana Nicolăescu-Onofrei PAS 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection Ala Nemerenco Independent 8 June 2019 12 November 2019
Ex-officio Member
Irina Vlah (2015-03-23).png Governor (Bashkan) of Găgăuzia Irina Vlah Independent 15 April 2015


  1. ^ "Ce prevede înţelegerea politică temporară între ACUM şi PSRM", adevarul.ro (in Romanian), retrieved June 8, 2019
  2. ^ "Candidatura Maiei Sandu, în funcția de prim-ministru, votată de Parlament", Pro TV (in Romanian), retrieved June 8, 2019
  3. ^ "Curtea Constituţională a examinat decretele Președintelui Republicii Moldova privind desemnarea în funcţia de Prim-Ministru şi numirea Guvernului", constcourt.md (in Romanian), retrieved June 8, 2019
  4. ^ "Constitutional Court Revised Acts Delivered on 7-9 June 2019", constcourt.md, retrieved June 15, 2019
  5. ^ "Moldovan parliament approves Ion Chicu as new prime minister". Reuters. 2019-11-14. Retrieved 2019-11-16.
  6. ^ "R. Moldova: Guvernul Maiei Sandu a fost demis prin moțiune de cenzură", Europa Liberă România, retrieved November 18, 2019
  7. ^ "Guvernul condus de Maia Sandu a fost demis. Dodon se apucă să-și facă propriul cabinet", DW.COM, retrieved November 18, 2019
  8. ^ "Deputaţii PAS: Ameninţările socialiştilor privind căderea Guvernului nu îi vor face să renunţe la proiectul înaintat de prim-ministru", TVR MOLDOVA, retrieved November 18, 2019
  9. ^ "DOC / Acordul ACUM-PSRM a fost semnat de Dodon, Sandu și Greceanîi. Năstase nu l-a semnat, în schimb au semnat Ceban, Popșoi și Slusari", Timpul - Ştiri din Moldova, retrieved November 18, 2019
  10. ^ "Ministrul Justitiei, Stanislav Pavlovschi a demisionat". protv.md (in Romanian). June 23, 2019.
  11. ^ "Olesea Stamate a depus jurămîntul ca nou ministru al justiției în R . Moldova". moldova.europalibera.org (in Romanian). June 24, 2019.

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Preceded by
Filip Cabinet
Cabinet of Moldova
8 June 2019 - 14 November 2019
Succeeded by
Chicu Cabinet

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