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First Filat Cabinet

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The First Vlad Filat Cabinet was the Cabinet of Moldova between September 25, 2009 and January 14, 2011. It had been a caretaker cabinet since the elections of November 28, 2010, and was succeeded by the Second Filat Cabinet on January 14, 2011.


Moldova's Parliament, with 53 votes of the majority Alliance for European Integration (out of 101 seats in the Parliament), gave a vote of confidence to the new government headed by Prime Minister Vladimir Filat, at a plenary meeting on September 25, 2009.

Political forces Seats Moldovan Parliament seats after July 2009 polls
Alliance for European Integration 53                                                                                                          
Party of Communists 48                                                                                                          
  •        PCRM (48)
  •        PLDM (18)
  •        PL (15)
  •        PDM (13)
  •        AMN (7)


The Cabinet consisted of the Prime Minister of Moldova Vlad Filat (leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova; PLDM), four Deputy Prime Ministers, each representing one of the parties of the coalition, 15 ministers, and two ex officio members.[1]

The Government had 16 Ministries: two Deputy Prime Ministers are also Ministers, while the Minister of State does not lead a Ministry. Two ministries from the previous Cabinet of Zinaida Greceanîi (Reintegration and Local Public Administration) were dissolved. [2]

Cabinet of Ministers

Ex officio members


The first government meeting was held on September 25, 2009 at 22:00.

See also

External links

  • Government of Moldova


  1. ^ Guvernul Alianţei pentru Integrare Europeană
  2. ^ "Parliament modifies Law on Government and agrees structure of new executive". AllMoldova. 2009-09-17. Retrieved 2009-10-02. 
Preceded by
Zinaida Greceanîi Cabinet (Second)
Vlad Filat Cabinet of Moldova
25 September 2009 - 14 January 2011
Succeeded by
Second Filat Cabinet
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