Tăriceanu II Cabinet

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Tăriceanu II
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117th cabinet of Romania
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Date formed 5 April 2007
Date dissolved 22 December 2008
People and organisations
Head of state Traian Băsescu
Head of government Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu
Ministers removed
(Death/resignation/dismissal)
6
Total no. of ministers 19
Member party PNL, UDMR
Status in legislature Coalition (Minority)
Opposition party PSD, PD/PD-L, PC, PRM
Opposition leader Mircea Geoană, Corneliu Vadim Tudor
History
Election(s) 28 November 2004
Outgoing election 30 November 2008
Legislature term(s) 2004–2008
Budget(s) one
Predecessor Tăriceanu I
Successor Boc I

The second Tăriceanu cabinet of the government of Romania was composed of 18 ministers, listed below. It was sworn in on 5 April 2007, and had since experienced some minister changes, including in the last months of term. It was a coalition government, formed by the PNL and the UDMR. Its term ended on 22 December 2008, when the new cabinet, headed by Emil Boc, received the vote of confidence from the Parliament and was sworn in at Cotroceni Palace.

Prime Minister Name Party Period
Prime Minister Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Minister of State Name Party Period
Co-ordinating Culture, Education, European Integration Béla Markó Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania 5 April 2007 – 3 Jul 2007
Minister Name Party Period
Justice Tudor Chiuariu National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 15 Jan 2008
Teodor Meleșcanu
(ad interim)
15 Jan 2008 – 29 Feb 2008
Cătălin Predoiu 29 Feb 2008 – 22 December 2008
Defense Teodor Meleșcanu National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Culture and Religious Affairs Adrian Iorgulescu National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Agriculture, and Rural Development Decebal Traian Remeș National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – Aug. 2007
Dacian Cioloș 5 August 2007 – 22 December 2008
Public Health Eugen Nicolăescu National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Foreign Affairs Adrian Cioroianu National Liberal Party 5 Apr 2007 – 15 Apr 2008
Lazăr Comănescu 15 Apr 2008 – 22 December 2008
Economy and Finance Varujan Vosganian National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Labor, Family, and Social Solidarity Paul Păcuraru National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – Sep. 2008
Eugen Nicolăescu
(ad interim)
Sep. 2008 – 25 Sep 2008
Mariana Câmpeanu 25 Sep 2008 – 22 December 2008
Environment and Sustainable Development Attila Korodi Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Transport Ludovic Orban National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Interior and Administrative Reform Cristian David National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Development, Public Works and Dwellings László Borbély Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Education, Research and Youth Cristian Adomniței National Liberal Party 5 Apr 2007 – 8 Oct 2008
Anton Anton 8 Oct 2008 – 22 December 2008
Communications and Information Technology Zsolt Nagy Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania 5 April 2007 – 11 Jun 2007
Iuliu Winkler 11 Jun 2007 – Nov. 2007
Károly Borbély Nov. 2007 – 22 December 2008
Small and Medium Enterprises, Commerce,
Tourism, and Liberal Occupations
Ovidiu Ioan Silaghi National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008
Minister Delegate Name Party Period
Relations with Parliament Mihai Voicu National Liberal Party 5 April 2007 – 22 December 2008