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President of the Moldovan Parliament

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The President of the Parliament (Romanian: Președintele Parlamentului) is the presiding officer of the Parliament of Moldova. The current President of the Parliament is Igor Grosu since 29 July 2021.


Moldavian Democratic Republic

Name From Until
Ion Inculeț 04.12.1917 09.04.1918
Constantin Stere 09.04.1918 25.11.1918
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Pan Halippa 25.11.1918 27.11.1918

Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

Chairmen of the Central Executive Committee of the Moldavian ASSR:

Name From Until
Grigore Borisov 12.10.1924 01.05.1926
Tihon Konstantinov 01.07.1938 28.06.1940

Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic[2]

Chairmen of the Supreme Soviet of the Moldavian SSR:

Name From Until
Nikita Salogor 08.02.1941 13.05.1947
Macarie Radul 13.05.1947 26.03.1951
Semion Cojuhari 26.03.1951 17.04.1959
Iosif Vartician 17.04.1959 04.03.1963
Andrei Lupan 04.03.1963 ??.04.1967
Sergiu Rădăuțanu 11.04.1967 14.07.1971
Artiom Lazarev 14.07.1971 10.04.1980
Pavel Boțu 10.04.1980 29.03.1985
Mihail Lupașcu 29.03.1985 12.07.1986
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Ion C. Ciobanu 12.07.1986 17.04.1990
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Mircea Snegur 27.04.1990 03.09.1990

Parliament of the Republic of Moldova

On 5 June 1990, the Moldavian SSR (RSS Moldovenească) changed its name to Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldova (RSS Moldova). Subsequently, on 23 May 1991 it adopted the name Republic of Moldova (Republica Moldova).

Presidents of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova:

# Portrait Name


Office term Political party Prior office
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Alexandru Moșanu


3 September 1990 2 February 1993 Popular Front of Moldova Member of Parliament
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Petru Lucinschi


4 February 1993 9 January 1997 Democratic Agrarian Party of Moldova Ambassador to Russia
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Dumitru Moțpan


5 March 1997 22 March 1998 Democratic Agrarian Party of Moldova Deputy Speaker of Parliament
4 Dumitru Diacov (cropped).jpg Dumitru Diacov


23 April 1998 25 February 2001 Democratic Party of Moldova Deputy Speaker of Parliament
5 Eugenia Ostapciuc in 2016.jpg Eugenia Ostapciuc


20 March 2001 6 March 2005 Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova Member of Parliament
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Marian Lupu


24 March 2005 5 April 2009 Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova Minister of Economy
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Vladimir Voronin


12 May 2009 28 August 2009 Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova 3rd President of Moldova
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Mihai Ghimpu


28 August 2009 28 December 2010 Liberal Party President of the Chișinău Municipal Council
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Marian Lupu


30 December 2010 25 April 2013 Democratic Party of Moldova 6th President of the Parliament
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Liliana Palihovici


25 April 2013 30 May 2013 Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova Deputy Speaker of Parliament
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Igor Corman


30 May 2013 30 November 2014 Democratic Party of Moldova Ambasador to Germany and Denmark
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Andrian Candu


23 January 2015 24 February 2019 Democratic Party of Moldova Deputy Prime Minister of Moldova; Minister of Economy
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Zinaida Greceanîi


8 June 2019 28 April 2021 Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova 7th Prime Minister of Moldova
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Igor Grosu


29 July 2021 Incumbent Action and Solidarity Party Member of Parliament


  1. ^ Maxim, Pulber (March 20, 2017). "Salariu de președinte: Cât primește Dodon de la stat - - Independent".
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on November 19, 2011. Retrieved March 1, 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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