Moldovan Government appoints new deputy ministers
Thursday, the Moldovan Government convened for an extraordinary meeting and, inter alia, made second-echelon staff changes in many ministries and other governmental structures.
Namely, DP parliamentarian Andrei Popov has occupied the vacant post of one of Deputy Ministers of Foreign Affairs and European Integration. Sergiu Ciobanu and Ilarion Pop have become Deputy Ministers of Economy, Victor Barbaneagra - Deputy Minister of Finance, Anna Vasilache and Vadim Pistrinciuc - Deputy Ministers of Labor, Social Protection and Family, Nicolae Andronache and Oleg Tulea - Deputy Ministers of Youth and Sports, and Dona Scola - Deputy Minister of Informational Development and Telecommunications.
Vladimir Golovatiuk has been dismissed as Director of the National Bureau of Statistics, and Lucia Spoiala has been appointed to the post.
Vasile Grama has become a new Director of the Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre, and Ludmila Dumitras - as Director of the Agency for Tourism.
Nicolae Esanu has been dismissed as Deputy Minister of Justice. And Corneliu Marza has replaced Ion Apostol at the post of Deputy Minister of Environment and Natural Resources.
Galina Bulat has been removed as Deputy Minister of Education, and the post has been given to Tatiana Potinga, and Loretta Handrabura as been appointed as another Deputy Minister of Education.
Gheorghe Postica has been appointed Deputy Minister of Culture instead of Ion Munteanu, and Ion Magdei - as Deputy Minister of Health instead of Oleg Lozan. Gheorghe Turcanu has become another Deputy Minister of Health.
Vladimir Antosii has been dismissed as Director of the Transport Agency.
In the result of the reorganization of the Government's central apparatus, Mihai Pop has been dismissed as apparatus head, and Anatolie Zapanovici - as deputy head. Anatol Onceanu has become Deputy of State Minister.