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Second Filat Cabinet

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The Second Filat Cabinet was the Cabinet of Moldova from 14 January 2011 to 30 May 2013. The Cabinet consisted of ministers from the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova, the Democratic Party of Moldova, and the Liberal Party, who together formed the Alliance for European Integration. It was the second government to be led by Vlad Filat who was Prime Minister from 2009 until 2013. The Cabinet was installed after a successful vote of confidence held in the Parliament of Moldova on 14 January 2011.[1]

Composition

The Cabinet consisted of the Prime Minister of Moldova Vlad Filat (leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova; PLDM), three Deputy Prime Ministers, each representing one of the parties of the coalition, 15 ministers, and two ex officio members.[2]

Political forces Seats Moldovan Parliament seats after 2010 polls
Alliance for European Integration 59                                                                                                                      
Party of Communists 42                                                                                                                      
  PCRM (42) ·   PLDM (32) ·   PDM (15) ·   PL (12)

The Government has 16 Ministries: two Deputy Prime Ministers are also Ministers, while the Minister of State does not lead a Ministry.

Cabinet of Ministers

Ex-officio members

See also

External links

References

Preceded by
First Filat Cabinet
Cabinet of Moldova
14 January 2011 - 30 May 2013
Succeeded by
Leancă Cabinet
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