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Valeriu Muravschi

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Valeriu Muravschi
Valeriu Muravschi (cropped).jpg
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
9 April 1998 – 13 March 2001
PresidentPetru Lucinschi
Prime MinisterIon Ciubuc
Ion Sturza
Dumitru Braghiș
1st Prime Minister of Moldova
In office
28 May 1991 – 1 July 1992
PresidentMircea Snegur
Preceded byMircea Druc (as Prime Minister of the Moldavian SSR)
Succeeded byAndrei Sangheli
Deputy Prime Minister
In office
6 June 1990 – 28 May 1991
PresidentMircea Snegur
Prime MinisterMircea Druc
Minister of Finance
In office
6 June 1990 – 28 May 1991
PresidentMircea Snegur
Prime MinisterMircea Druc
Preceded byAdrian Budeanu
Succeeded byConstantin Tampiza
Personal details
Born(1949-07-31)31 July 1949
Sirota, Moldavian SSR, USSR
Died8 April 2020(2020-04-08) (aged 70)
Chișinău, Moldova

Valeriu Muravschi (31 July 1949 – 8 April 2020)[1] was a Moldovan politician and businessman who served as the 1st Prime Minister of Moldova between 28 May 1991 and 1 July 1992.

Early life and career

Muravschi was born in Sirota, Orhei District on 31 July 1949. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics at the "Sergei Lazo" Polytechnic Institute in Chișinău.

Following his graduation, Muravschi had a series of jobs in various economic ministries for the Moldavian SSR: he was a senior economist at the State Committee for Prices from 1971 until 1976, chief of the Pricing Section of the Ministry of Building Materials Industry from 1976 until 1984, head of the Department of Finance from 1984 until 1988, and finally director of the Directorate from 1988 to 1990. He then entered Mircea Druc's cabinet and held the posts of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance from 1990 until 1991. He was appointed Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova in 1991.


Muravschi's term as Prime Minister was dominated by the conflict in Transnistria.


In 1999, Muravschi founded the National Christian Democratic Peasants Party of Moldova (PNCD) and was president of that party until 2002. It subsequently merged into the Liberal Party (PL) and then the Our Moldova Alliance (AMN) in 2003.

On 31 July 1999, for "long and fruitful activity in the state, contributing to the socio-economic development of the republic and high professionalism", Muravschi was awarded the Order of Work Merit.[2]


He died on 8 April 2020, aged 70.[1]


  1. ^ a b "DOLIU! A decedat fostul premier al țării, Valeriu Muravschi" (in Romanian). Retrieved 31 January 2021.
  2. ^ Privind conferirea Ordinului "Gloria Muncii" domnului Valeriu MURAVSCHI[dead link]
Political offices
Preceded by
Mircea Druc
Prime Minister of Moldova
Succeeded by
Andrei Sangheli

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