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Parliament comes together to consider voting for Gavrilița Government

The MPs of the new legislature are sitting on August 6. The agenda of the sitting includes the giving of a vote of confidence to the government program of Natalia Gavrilița and the Cabinet led by her, IPN reports.

Under a draft decision, Nicu Popescu is suggested for deputy prime minister, minister of foreign affairs and European integration. Andrei Spînu is proposed for deputy prime minister, minister of infrastructure and regional development. Ex-adviser on foreign policy and strategic planning in the Government of Maia Sandu, Vlad Kulminski was fielded for deputy prime minister for reintegration.

Iurie Țurcanu aspires to the post of deputy prime minister for digitalization. MP and PAS vice president Sergiu Litvinenco was nominated for minister of justice. A doctor by profession, currently presidential adviser on health, Ala Nemerenco is proposed for minister of health. Anatolie Nosatîi is suggested for minister of defense. Presidential adviser Ana Revenco was nominated for minister of home affairs.

Anatolie Topală aspires to the post of minister of education and research. Economic policy program director at the Think Tank “Expert-Grup” Sergiu Gaibu is proposed for minister of economy. PAS MP Dumitru Budianschi was nominated for minister of finance. PAS vice president Iuliana Cantaragiu is suggested for minister of the environment, Sergiu Prodan for minister of culture, Marcel Spatari for minister of labor and social protection, while Viorel Gherciu for minister of agriculture and food industry.

The Cabinet proposed by Natalia Gavrilița will have 13 ministries instead of 9, as until now. Four of the existing ministries will be reformed. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection will be divided into the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection. The Ministry of Education, Culture and Research will be separated into the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Culture. The Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development will be reorganized into the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry and the Ministry of Environment. The Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure will turn into the Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development and the Ministry of Economy.

The agenda also includes the draft decision to amend the Parliament decision on the numerical composition of the Standing Bureau and the draft decision to approve the nominal composition of the delegations of Moldova’s Parliament to the international parliamentary organizations and the bilateral parliamentary organizations.

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