First Tarlev Cabinet

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The Cabinet of Vasile Tarlev was the Cabinet of Moldova (April 19, 2001 - April 19, 2005).

Membership of the Cabinet[edit]

The composition of first Vasile Tarlev cabinet was as follows:

  • Prime Minister
Vasile TARLEV (19 April 2001 - 19 April 2005)
  • First Deputy Prime Minister
Vasilie IOVV (31 January 2002 - 19 April 2005)
  • Deputy Prime Minister
Valerian CRISTEA (19 April 2001 - 19 April 2005)
  • Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Acriculture and Food Industry
Dmitri TODOROGLO (19 April 2001 - 19 April 2005)
  • Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economy
Andrei CUCU (19 April 2001 - 4 February 2002)
Ștefan ODAGIU (16 May 2002 - 2 July 2003)
Marian LUPU (5 August 2003 - 24 March 2005)
  • Deputy Prime Minister
Andrei STRATAN (21 December 2004 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs
Nicolae CERNOMAZ (19 April 2001 - 27 July 2001)
Iurie LEANCĂ (27 July - 3 September 2001) - interimar
Nicolae DUDĂU (3 September 2001 - 4 February 2004)
Andrei STRATAN (4 February 2004 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Finance
Mihail MANOLI (19 April 2001 - 7 February 2002)
Zinaida GRECEANÎI (26 February 2002 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Industry
Mihail GARȘTEA (19 April 2001 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Energetics
Ion LEȘANU (19 April 2001 - 27 July 2001)
Iacob TIMCIUC (8 August 2001 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Ecology, Construction and Territories Development
Gheorghe DUCA (19 April 2001 - 5 February 2004)
  • Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources
Constantin MIHĂILESCU (19 March 2004 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Transport and Communications
Victor ȚOPA (19 April 2001 - 12 December 2001)
Anatol CUPȚOV (12 December 2001 - 13 November 2002)
Vasile ZGARDAN (5 December 2002 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Labour and Social Protection
Valerian REVENCO (19 April 2001 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Health
Andrei GHERMAN (19 April 2001 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Education
Ilie VANCEA (19 April 2001 - 26 February 2002)
Gheorghe SIMA (26 February 2002 - 2 July 2003)
Valentin BENIUC (5 August 2003 - 19 April 2005)
  • Ministrer of Culture
Ion PĂCURARU (19 April 2001 - 23 December 2002)
Veaceslav MADAN (23 December 2002 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of the Interior
Vasile DRĂGĂNEL (19 April 2001 - 27 February 2002)
Gheorghe PAPUC (27 February 2002 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Defence
Victor GAICIUC (19 April 2001 - 15 October 2004)
Tudor COLESNIUC (15 October - 29 December 2004) - interimar
Valeriu PLEȘCA (29 December 2004 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Justice
Ion MOREI (19 April 2001 - 12 February 2003)
Vasile DOLGHIERU (12 February 2003 - 8 July 2004)
Victoria IFTODI (8 July 2004 - 19 April 2005)
  • Minister of Reintegration
Vasile ȘOVA (12 December 2002 - 19 April 2005)

, plus 3 ex officio members:

  • Governator of UTA Găgăuzia “Gagauz Yeri”
Dumitru CROITOR (19 April 2001 - 21 June 2002)
Gheorghe TABUNȘCIC (15 November 2002 - 19 April 2005)
  • General Major of Chișinău
Serafim URECHEAN (19 April 2001 - 5 February 2002)
  • President of Moldovan Academy of Sciences
Gheorghe DUCA (24 August 2004 - 19 April 2005)

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Preceded by
Braghiș Cabinet
Vasile Tarlev Cabinet of Moldova
19 April 2001 - 19 April 2005
Succeeded by
Second Tarlev Cabinet