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Streleț Cabinet

The Streleț Cabinet was the Cabinet of Moldova from 30 July to 29 October 2015. It consisted of ministers from the Liberal Democratic Party (PLDM), the Democratic Party (PDM) and the Liberal Party (PL), who together formed the Alliance for European Integration III. The Cabinet was installed after a successful vote of confidence held in the Parliament of Moldova on 30 July 2015. It was dismissed by Parliament on 29 October amid ongoing protests, lasting 3 months.[1] A new cabinet was formed only on 20 January 2016; until then the Deputy Prime Minister for Social Affairs Gheorghe Brega was acting Prime Minister.

History

After that, on 12 June 2015, when the former Prime Minister Chiril Gaburici announced his resignation, followed by the resignation of the entire Gaburici Cabinet, the three pro-European parliamentary parties, LDPM, DPM and LP formed the Alliance for European Integration III and agreed to form a new government. Although for the post of prime minister was initially proposed Maia Sandu, was eventually named liberal-democrat Valeriu Streleț. In the new government, as compared to the previous Cabinet Gaburici, LDPM and DPM have given up some ministries that have passed to subordination of the LP, a new vice minister's portfolio was set up, which will deal with social issues and return LP, and the LDPM and LP have made a castling with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Labor, Social Protection and Family, together with the ministers, Mircea Buga and Ruxanda Glavan. On 29 October 2015 the Government of Streleţ was dismissed by a motion of no confidence. Thus, all ministers entered the interim function, fulfilling only the functions of managing public affairs, until the appointment of a new Cabinet of Ministers.[2]The motion of no confidence of the Streleț Cabinet was filed in Parliament on 22 October (2015), being signed by 42 PSRM and PCRM deputies, its basis being "suspicions of corruption" and "the detachment of the prime minister from his office by exposing in favor of Vladimir Filat. After that parliamentary session was closed for lack of quorum, the motion would be examined at the next meeting on 29 October.[3]To dismiss the government, a simple majority was needed: the vote of 51 out of 101 deputies.[4]At the meeting of October 29, Streleţ government was dismissed with the vote of 65 deputies of the factions of the DPM, PCRM and PSRM, only 18 LDPM deputies voted against.[5][6]

Composition

The Cabinet consisted of the Prime Minister of Moldova Valeriu Streleț, four Deputy Prime Ministers, 14 other ministers, and two ex officio members.

Ministers

Image Function Incumbent Party In office since Until
Valeriu Streleț (2015).png Prime Minister Valeriu Streleț PLDM 30 July 2015 29 October 2015
Minister of Economy Stephane Bride (16690734843) (cropped).jpg Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economy Stéphane Bridé PDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
Nataliagherman.jpg Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Natalia Gherman PLDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
Victor Osipov (2015-08-21)-01.png Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Victor Osipov PDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
Gheorghe Brega (01).png Deputy Prime Minister for Social Affairs Gheorghe Brega PL 30 July 2015 30 May 2017
Anatol Arapu (2015-07-10) 01.png Minister of Finance Anatol Arapu PLDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
No image.svg Minister of Justice Vladimir Cebotari PDM 30 July 2015
Oleg Balan (2015-05-21).png Minister of Internal Affairs Oleg Balan PLDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
Anatol Șalaru.jpg Minister of Defence Anatol Șalaru PL 30 July 2015 27 December 2016
No image.svg Minister of Construction and Regional Development Vasile Bîtca PDM 30 July 2015
No image.svg Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry Ion Sula PLDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
No image.svg Minister of Transport and Road Infrastructure Iurie Chirinciuc PL 30 July 2015 30 May 2017
Valeriu-Munteanu.jpg Minister of Environment Valeriu Munteanu PL 30 July 2015 30 May 2017
Corina Fusu (3952134958).jpg Minister of Education Corina Fusu PL 30 July 2015 30 May 2017
Monica Babuc (01).jpg Minister of Culture Monica Babuc PDM 30 July 2015
No image.svg Minister of Labour, Social Protection and Family Mircea Buga PLDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
No image.svg Minister of Health Ruxanda Glavan PDM 30 July 2015 25 July 2017
Loretta Handrabura 12 (cropped).jpg Minister of Youth and Sport Loretta Handrabura PLDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016
Pavel Filip (11322438465).jpg Minister of Information Technology and Communications Pavel Filip PDM 30 July 2015 20 January 2016

Ex officio members

Image Function Incumbent Party In office since Until
Irina Vlah (2015-03-23).png Governor of Gagauzia Irina Vlah Independent 30 July 2015
Flickr - Ion Chibzii - The president of Academy of Sciences of Moldova.jpg Head of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova Gheorghe Duca Independent 30 July 2015

References

  1. ^ "Moldova government dismissed by MPs amid bank scandal". BBC. 29 October 2015.
  2. ^ Guvernul Streleț a fost demis. Ce urmează
  3. ^ Tandem PCRM+PSRM: Moțiune de cenzură împotriva Guvernului Streleț, examinată pe 29 octombrie; Voronin nu a înțeles ce s-a întâmplat
  4. ^ Guvernul Streleț se clatină. PCRM și PSRM au depus moțiunea de cenzură în Parlament (VIDEO)
  5. ^ Republica Moldova: Guvernul Streleț a fost DEMIS. Ce urmează
  6. ^ A trecut motiunea de cenzura: Guvernul Strelet a fost DEMIS - VIDEO
Preceded by
Gaburici Cabinet
Cabinet of Moldova
30 July 2015 - 20 January 2016
Succeeded by
Filip Cabinet

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