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Cabinet of Moldova

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The Cabinet of Moldova is the chief executive body of the government of Moldova. Its function according to the Constitution of Moldova is "to carry out the domestic and foreign policy of the State and to apply general control over the work of public administration".


  • The structure of the cabinet 1
  • The governments of Moldova 2
    • Moldavian Democratic Republic 2.1
    • Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic 2.2
    • Republic of Moldova 2.3
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

The structure of the cabinet

The Constitution states that "The Government consists of a

Moldova is a republic with a democratically elected government, acting according to the principles of parliamentarism.

Legislative power is vested in the Parliament. Executive affairs of government are decided by the cabinet.

The composition of the cabinet is decided by the Prime Minister.

The governments of Moldova

The following is a list of all governments since 1917. It includes the governments of the Moldavian Democratic Republic, which unified with Romania in 1918 shortly after its creation, and the administration of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, which was a constituent republic of the highly centralized Soviet Union from 1940-1941 and again from 1944-1991.

Moldavian Democratic Republic

Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic

Republic of Moldova

See also

External links

  1. Official Web Site of the Cabinet of Moldova

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