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Gavrilița Cabinet

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Gavrilița Cabinet
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Cabinet of Moldova
Natalia Gavrilița
Prime minister Natalia Gavrilița
Date formed6 August 2021 (2021-08-06)[1]
People and organisations
PresidentMaia Sandu
Head of governmentNatalia Gavrilița
Deputy head of governmentAndrei Spînu
Vladislav Kulminski
Iurie Țurcanu
No. of ministers16
Member partiesPAS
Status in legislatureMajority government
63 / 101 (62%)
Opposition parties
Opposition leaders
PredecessorChicu Cabinet

The Gavrilița Cabinet (pronunciation: [ɡavrilitsa]) is the incumbent Cabinet of Moldova, led by former Finance Minister Natalia Gavrilița. It took office on 6 August 2021.[1][2][3]

Gavrilița was previously proposed as prime minister by Maia Sandu in February 2021, but was rejected by the PSRM-Șor parliamentary majority.[4]


During the vote, the government received the support of 61 members of Moldovan parliament.[5] The ruling Party of Action and Solidarity won mandates during early parliamentary elections in 2021.[6] Gavrilița's appointment marked the end of the six-month absence of government in the country after the previous government resigned in December 2020.[7]

Natalia Gavrilița became the third woman in the post of Prime Minister of Moldova (after Maia Sandu, Zinaida Greceanîi, excluding acting Natalia Gherman). After her nomination by President Sandu, the entire executive branch in the republic became headed by women.[8] As of 6 August 2021, the similar situation has happened only in Estonia, with the current president Kersti Kaljulaid and prime minister Kaja Kallas.

In total, three women became ministers. The head of Gagauzia, Irina Vlah, who was elected in a separate vote in 2015, also participates in the work of the cabinet.[9]


The new cabinet has 13 ministries, instead of nine as in recent years.[10] The Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure became separate agencies. Furthermore, the Ministry of Environment was recreated.[11]

Nicu Popescu returned to the government as Minister of Foreign Affairs, after working in the Sandu Cabinet.[12][13] The Minister of Health Ala Nemerenco also returned to the government after working with Maia Sandu.

The Başkan (Governor) of Gagauzia is elected by universal, equal, direct, secret and free suffrage on an alternative basis for a term of 4 years. One and the same person can be a governor for no more than two consecutive terms. The Başkan of Gagauzia is confirmed as a member of the Moldovan government by a decree of the President of Moldova.[14]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime MinisterNatalia Gavrilița6 August 2021Incumbent PAS
Deputy Prime MinisterAndrei Spînu6 August 2021Incumbent PAS
Deputy Prime MinisterNicu Popescu6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Deputy Prime Minister for ReintegrationVladislav Kulminski6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Deputy Prime Minister for DigitalizationIurie Țurcanu6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of Infrastructure and Regional DevelopmentAndrei Spînu6 August 2021Incumbent PAS
Minister of Foreign Affairs and European IntegrationNicu Popescu6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of JusticeSergiu Litvinenco6 August 2021Incumbent PAS
Minister of HealthAla Nemerenco6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of DefenseAnatolie Nosatîi6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of Internal AffairsAna Revenco6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of Education and ResearchAnatolie Topală6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of EconomySergiu Gaibu6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of FinanceDumitru Budianschi6 August 2021Incumbent PAS
Minister of EnvironmentIuliana Cantaragiu6 August 2021Incumbent PAS
Minister of CultureSergiu Prodan6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of Labour and Social ProtectionMarcel Spatari6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Minister of Agriculture and Food IndustryViorel Gherciu6 August 2021Incumbent Independent
Ex officio member
Governor of GagauziaIrina Vlah15 April 2015Incumbent Independent


  1. ^ a b "Grosu anunță ziua când se va convoca Parlamentul în ședință extraordinară pentru învestirea guvernului Gavrilița", Deschide (in Romanian), retrieved 1 August 2021
  2. ^ "Natalia Gavriliţa, noul prim-ministru al Republicii Moldova. Guvernul a fost învestit în funcţie cu 61 de voturi". 6 August 2021.
  3. ^ Foundation, Thomson Reuters. "Moldova parliament approves Natalia Gavrilita as new prime minister". Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  4. ^ "Moldova's parliament rejects PM-designate Natalia Gavrilita". Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  5. ^ "Moldova's parliament approves pro-EU government". AP NEWS. 6 August 2021. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  6. ^ "Pro-European Forces Score Landslide Win in Moldova Election". Balkan Insight. 12 July 2021. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  7. ^ "Moldova Lurches Toward Snap Elections After PM, Cabinet Resign". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  8. ^ "[Feature] Can Eastern European countries lead way for female politicians?". EUobserver. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  9. ^ "Turkey congratulates Gagauz governor over re-election". Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  10. ^ "Moldovan new gov't wins parliament confidence vote – Xinhua |". Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  11. ^ "У Молдові затвердили склад нового уряду Гаврилиці". (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  12. ^ "IR alumnus, Nicu Popescu, appointed Foreign Minister of Republic of Moldova | Department of International Relations". Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  13. ^ "Popescu". Institut Montaigne. Retrieved 6 August 2021.
  14. ^ "LEGE Nr. 344 din 23.12.1994". Retrieved 6 August 2021.

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Preceded by
Chicu Cabinet
Cabinet of Moldova
Succeeded by
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