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Pro-European Coalition

Pro-European Coalition
Type Ruling Coalition
Purpose Governing in Moldova
Headquarters Chișinău
Membership Liberal Democratic Party
Democratic Party
Liberal Reformists Party
Official language Romanian
Key people Vlad Filat
Marian Lupu
Ion Hadârcă
Website PLDM, PDM, PLR
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The Pro-European Coalition (Romanian: Coaliția Pro-Europeană) has been the ruling coalition in Moldova since May 30, 2013. The leaders are Vlad Filat, Marian Lupu, and Ion Hadârcă.[1][2] The previous Alliance for European Integration collapsed after it lost a no confidence vote on March 5, 2013.


  •  European Union – “The months of political instability are finally over and now Prime Minister Leancă and his government can move forward with many crucial reforms - such as the fight against corruption - which are needed in order to guarantee the EU integration of Moldova,” the President of the European People’s Party, Wilfried Martens stated on May 31, 2013.[3]
  •  Poland – "We hope that in the context of the upcoming 3rd Eastern Partnership Summit, which will be held in Vilnius this November, the stabilization of the country’s political situation will help complete an important stage in bringing Moldova closer to the European Union" noted the MFA on May 30, 2013.[4]


  1. ^ The agreement Pro European Coalition set up was made public
  2. ^ New Moldavan pro-European coalition formed
  3. ^ Moldova: new pro-European parliamentary majority formed led by PM Iurie Leancă
  4. ^ New government formed in Moldova

External links

  • (English) The agreement Pro European Coalition set up was made public
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