Mircea Druc Cabinet

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The Mircea Druc Cabinet was the cabinet of Moldova (May 25, 1990 – May 28, 1991).

In April, the Popular Front of Moldova won the 1990 parliamentary election. On May 24, 1990, the Mircea Druc Cabinet received the vote of confidence from the Parliament of Moldova, with 259 votes and 1 abstain.

Membership[edit]

Mircea Druc (25 May 1990 - 28 May 1991)
  • Deputy prime-minister, Finance Minister
Valeriu Muravschi (6 June 1990 - 28 May 1991)
Nicolae Ţîu (6 June 1990 - 28 May 1991)
  • Industry Minister
Alexandru Ion Barbu (9 iulie 1991 - ?)
  • Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry
Andrei Sangheli (6 June 1990 - 28 May 1991)
  • Minister of Education
Nicolae Mătcaş (?)
  • Minister of Culture
Ion Ungureanu (6 June 1990 - 28 May 1991)
  • Health Minister
Gheorghe Ghidirim (?)
  • Justice Minister
Alexei Barbăneagră (6 June 1990 - 28 May 1991)
  • Minister of national security (preşedinte al Comitetului pentru Securitatea Statului)
Tudor Botnaru (6 June 1990 - 28 May 1991)
General Ion Costaş (6 June 1990 - 28 May 1991)

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