Government of Transnistria

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The Government of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic is the political leadership of the unrecognized, but de facto independent, Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, better known in English as Transnistria.

Executive branch[edit]

Transnistria is headed by a president, the current president is Yevgeny Shevchuk. They are served by a cabinet of ministers, which is headed by the Prime Minister; the incumbent is Tatiana Turanskaya. Transnistria uses a semi-presidential system, where the president is head of state and the prime minister is head of government.

Transnistria used to have a vice president, but this position was abolished after the 2011 elections, after the constitution had been amended earlier in the year. The last vice president was Aleksandr Korolyov.

Current cabinet[edit]

Office Incumbent
Prime Minister Tatiana Turanskaya
Deputy Prime Minister on Social Politics Natalia Grigorievna Nikiforova
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Nina Viktorovna Shtanski
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development Maija Ivanova Parnas
Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandr Vladimirovich Sviderskiy
Minister of Internal Affairs Sergei Nikolayevich Monul
Minister of Defence Aleksandr Alekseevich Lukyanenko
Minister of Justice Olga Sergeevna Dubrovina
Minister of Finance Elena Georgiyevna Girzhul
Minister of Labor and Social Security Oksana Valerievna Bulanova
Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources Nikolaiy Ivanovich Nedelkov
Minister of Healthcare Vasiliy Filippovich Gumenniy
Minister of Education Svetlana Ivanova Fadeeva

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Legislative branch[edit]

Statue of Lenin in front of Supreme Soviet, Tiraspol.

The Supreme Council or Supreme Soviet is the parliament of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

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