|6th President of Moldova|
|Assumed office |
24 December 2020
|Prime Minister||Ion Chicu|
Aureliu Ciocoi (acting)
|Preceded by||Igor Dodon|
|13th Prime Minister of Moldova|
8 June 2019 – 14 November 2019
|Preceded by||Pavel Filip|
|Succeeded by||Ion Chicu|
|Member of the Moldovan Parliament|
24 February 2019 – 8 July 2019
|Succeeded by||Galina Sajin|
30 November 2014 – 18 February 2015
|Succeeded by||Petru Știrbate|
|President of Party of Action and Solidarity|
15 May 2016 – 9 December 2020
|Preceded by||Position established|
|Succeeded by||Igor Grosu (acting)|
|Minister of Education|
24 July 2012 – 30 July 2015
|Prime Minister||Vladimir Filat|
Natalia Gherman (acting)
|Preceded by||Mihail Șleahtițchi|
|Succeeded by||Corina Fusu|
Maia Grigoryevna Sandu[source?]
24 May 1972
Risipeni, Fălești District, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union (now Moldova)
|Education||Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova|
Academy of Public Administration
Maia Grigoryevna Sandu (born 24 May 1972) is a Moldovan politician. Sandu is the President of Moldova since 24 December 2020. She is the leader of the Party of Action and Solidarity (PAS). She was the Prime Minister of Moldova from 8 June 2019 until 14 November 2019.
On 12 November 2019, Sandu's government fell after the vote of the censure motion. She defeated incumbent president Igor Dodon in the 2020 presidential election. Sandu is the country's first female president.
References[change | change source]
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