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Second Orban Cabinet
Orban Cabinet
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131st Cabinet of Romania
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Ludovic Orban
Date formed14 March 2020 (2020-03-14)
People and organisations
Head of stateKlaus Iohannis
Head of governmentLudovic Orban
Deputy head of governmentRaluca Turcan
No. of ministers18
Member partiesPNL
Status in legislatureMinority
Opposition partiesPSD (majority)
PRO (majority)
Opposition leadersMarcel Ciolacu
Victor Ponta
History
Outgoing election2016
Legislature term(s)2016-2020
PredecessorOrban I
Coat of arms of Romania

politics and government of
Romania

The Second Orban cabinet is the current government of Romania. It is a minority administration led by Ludovic Orban, the leader of the National Liberal Party, who received the support of a parliamentary majority on 14 March 2020 and entered office the same day. It included a wide de facto confidence-and-supply with the other parties, in the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On 14 March 2020, the cabinet hearings and vote took place in special conditions, due to the suspicion that Senator Vergil Chi?ac, who tested positive for COVID-19, infected the National Liberal Party leadership, as well as some fellow senators. The same day the Cabinet was sworn in at Cotroceni Palace in special conditions.[1]

Position Minister Party Date sworn in Left office
Prime Minister Ludovic Orban PNL 14 March 2020
Deputy Prime Minister Raluca Turcan PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Education and Research Monica Anisie PNL 14 March 2020
Minister for Economy, Energy and the Business Environment Virgil-Daniel Popescu PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu Independent 14 March 2020
Minister of Defence Nicolae Ciuc? Independent 14 March 2020
Minister of Labour and Social Protection Violeta Alexandru PNL 14 March 2020
Minister for Public Works, Development and Administration Ion ?tefan PNL 14 March 2020
Minister for Environment, Waters and Forests Costel Alexe PNL 14 March 2020
Minister for Transport, Information and Communications Lucian Bode PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Public Finance Florin Cî?u PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Justice C?t?lin Predoiu PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Adrian Oros PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Health Victor Costache PNL 14 March 2020 26 March 2020
Nelu T?taru PNL 26 March 2020
Minister of Internal Affairs Marcel Vela PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of European Funds Ioan-Marcel Bolo? PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Culture Bogdan Gheorghiu PNL 14 March 2020
Minister of Youth and Sports Ionu? Stroe PNL 14 March 2020

References

  1. ^ "Orban II Cabinet Voted by Parliament in special Conditions". HotNews. 2020-03-14.

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