Dăncilă Cabinet

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Dăncilă Cabinet
129th cabinet of Romania
Date formed 29 January 2018 (2018-01-29)
People and organisations
Head of state Klaus Iohannis
Head of government Viorica Dăncilă
No. of ministers 27
Member parties
Status in legislature Majority (coalition)
Opposition parties
Opposition leaders
History
Legislature term(s) 2018–20
Predecessor Tudose

The Dăncilă Cabinet is the 129th Government of Romania. It is led by Viorica Dăncilă, who assumed office as Prime Minister of Romania on 29 January 2018. The cabinet took office on 29 January.[1]

Led by Viorica Dăncilă, this cabinet is constituted and supported by a center-left coalition between the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE). Together, they have 167 deputies of 329, or 50.8% of seats in the Chamber of Deputies, and 76 senators from 136, or 55.9% of Senate seats.[2] On 26 January 2018, the composition of the government was announced. The government gained a vote of confidence on 29 January in Parliament with 282 votes in favor, 48 more than the constitutional majority required, thanks to the support of UDMR and deputies representing national minorities. The government took office on 29 January after the resignation of the Social Democratic Tudose Cabinet. Dăncilă became the first woman to lead a government in Romania.[3]

Position Minister Party[4] Date sworn in Left office
Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă PSD 29 January 2018
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Regional Development and Public Administration Paul Stănescu PSD 29 January 2018
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Environment Grațiela Gavrilescu ALDE 29 January 2018
Deputy Prime Minister without portfolio Viorel Ștefan PSD 29 January 2018
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for the Implementation of Strategic Partnerships of Romania Ana Birchall PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Internal Affairs Carmen Dan PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Public Finance Eugen Teodorovici PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Petre Daea PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Meleșcanu ALDE 29 January 2018
Minister of National Defense Mihai Fifor PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Justice Tudorel Toader Ind. 29 January 2018
Minister of Economy Dănuț Andrușcă PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Communications and Information Society Bogdan Cojocaru PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Health Sorina Pintea PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Education Valentin Popa PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Labor and Social Justice Lia Olguța Vasilescu PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of European Funds Rovana Plumb PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Lucian Șova PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Culture George Ivașcu Ind. 29 January 2018
Minister of Youth and Sports Ioana Bran PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Energy Anton Anton ALDE 29 January 2018
Minister of Tourism Bogdan Trif PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Research and Innovation Nicolae Burnete PSD 29 January 2018
Minister of Waters and Forests Ioan Deneș PSD 29 January 2018
Minister for the Business Environment, Commerce and Entrepreneurship Radu Oprea PSD 29 January 2018
Minister-delegate for Relations with Parliament Viorel Ilie ALDE 29 January 2018
Minister-delegate for Romanians Abroad Natalia Intotero PSD 29 January 2018
Minister-delegate for European Affairs Victor Negrescu PSD 29 January 2018

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://stirileprotv.ro/stiri/politic/ministrii-din-guvernul-tudose-audiati-astazi-in-comisii-voctul-de-investitura-programat-de-la-ora-15-00-in-parlament.html
  2. ^ "Noul Guvern al României. Viorica Dăncilă a prezentat lista cu miniștrii propuși". stirileprotv.ro. January 26, 2018.
  3. ^ "Viorica Dancila, première Première ministre de Roumanie". www.rfi.fr. January 26, 2018.
  4. ^ (in Romanian) Dan Ionescu (28 June 2017). "EXCLUSIV: Lista FINALĂ a noului guvern condus de Mihai TUDOSE! Se creează un nou portofoliu de vicepremier". Capital.