Guests from last evening's Fabrika on Publika TV believe the Government's reshuffle, announced yesterday by Vlad Plahotniuc, to be a new chapter for our country, while new ministers were chosen based on professional criteria.
Experts claims that the new Technocrat Government will have its activity better set.
"We have finished this stage. After a Government filled with crisis, Republic of Moldova needs one that can ensure performance. From this point of view, Leancă, Gaburici and Tănase are some very useful figures, beyond their professional qualities" editorialist, Petru Bofatu declared.
"We have solely heard today praises toward the members of Filip's Government, of course along with multiple things that were realized, some were left hanging. Generally speaking, some nearly impossible things were done, in a short period of time they were fully restored" director of the National Institute for Economic Research, Roman Chirică mentioned.
PUBLIKA reminds that yesterday, Vlad Plahotniuc announced, after a session with the Government's coalition, that the executive will have two Deputy Prime Ministers and five new Ministers.
Therefore, for the first time, the Government will have the position of Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration. The job was offered to PPEM leader, Iurie Leancă. Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration will become Cristina Lesnic. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will also have a new chief. The position was given to Tudor Ulianovschi, current Republic of Moldova Ambassador to Switzerland.
Minister of Economy and Infrastructure will become Chiril Gaburici, while Minister of Health, Labor and Social Welfare will be named Svetlana Cebotari. Liviu Volconovici, rector of State Agrarian University of Moldova, will become Minister Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment.
At the same time, former president of the Constitutional Court, Alexandru Tănase will take the position of Minister of Justice. From the old Government's composition, Monica Babuc, Alexandru Jizdan, Octavian Armașu and Eugen Sturza will remain as Ministers.