President of Moldova

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President of Moldova
Președinte al Republicii Moldova
Flag of the President of Moldova.svg
Maia Sandu at Batumi International Conference, on 19 July 2021 (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Maia Sandu

since 24 December 2020
StyleHis/Her Excellency
ResidencePresidential Palace
AppointerPopular vote
Term lengthFour years, renewable once
Inaugural holderIon Inculeț (Bessarabia era)
Mircea Snegur (Republic of Moldova)
Formation3 September 1990
Salary9,264 USD annually[1]
Websitepresedinte.md/eng

The president of the Republic of Moldova (Romanian: Președintele Republicii Moldova) is the head of state of Moldova. The current president of Moldova is Maia Sandu since 24 December 2020.

List[change | change source]

Moldavian Democratic Republic (1917–1918)[change | change source]

Party

  Bessarabian Peasants' Party

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took office Left office Political party
1 Ion C. Inculeţ (1884-1940).jpg Ion Inculeț
(1884–1940)
December 15 [O.S. December 2] 1917 April 9 [O.S. March 27] 1918 Bessarabian Peasants' Party

Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (1940–1991)[change | change source]

Chairmen of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet[change | change source]

First secretaries of the Moldavian Communist Party[change | change source]

Chairman of the Supreme Soviet[change | change source]

Party

  PCM

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took office Left office Political party
1 Mircea Snegur, March 2012-2.jpg Mircea Snegur
(born 1940)
27 April 1990 3 September 1990 Communist Party of Moldova

Republic of Moldova (1991–present)[change | change source]

Parties

  PDAM   PCRM   PL   PLDM   PDM   PSRM   PAS   Independent

Status
  Acting President
# Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Office term Cabinets Election Prior office Political party
1 Mircea Snegur, March 2012-2.jpg Mircea Snegur
(born 1940)
3 September 1990 15 January 1997 Druc (1990–91) 1991 Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Moldavian SSR Independent
6 years, 134 days
(Lost re-election campaign)
Muravschi (1991–92)
Sangheli I (1992–94)
Sangheli II (1994–97)
2 Petru Lucinschi 2000.jpg Petru Lucinschi
(born 1940)
15 January 1997 7 April 2001 Ciubuc I (1997–98) 1996 2nd President of the Parliament Democratic Agrarian Party of Moldova
4 years, 82 days
(Opted out of second term in office)
Ciubuc II (1998–99)
Sturza (1999)
Braghiș (1999–2001)
3 VoroninVladimir2008.jpg Vladimir Voronin
(born 1941)
7 April 2001 11 September 2009 Tarlev I (2001–05) 2001
(indirect)
2005
(indirect)
Minister of Internal Affairs of the Moldavian SSR Party of Communists
8 years, 157 days
(Resigned)
Tarlev II (2005–08)
Greceanîi I (2008–09)
Greceanîi II (2009)
Mihai Ghimpu Imagine.jpg Mihai Ghimpu
(born 1951)
Acting President
11 September 2009 28 December 2010 Filat I (2009–11) 8th President of the Parliament Liberal Party
(Alliance for European Integration)
Vladimir Filat.jpg Vlad Filat
(born 1969)
Acting President
28 December 2010 30 December 2010 8th Prime Minister of Moldova Liberal Democratic Party
(Alliance for European Integration)
Marian Lupu Senate of Poland.JPG Marian Lupu
(born 1966)
Acting President
30 December 2010 23 March 2012 Filat II (2011–13) 6th and 9th President of the Parliament Democratic Party
(Alliance for European Integration)
4 Nicolae Timofti June 2014 (cropped).jpg Nicolae Timofti
(born 1948)
23 March 2012 23 December 2016 Filat II (2011–13) 2011–12
(indirect)
Chairman of the Supreme Magistrate Council Independent
(Alliance for European Integration)
Leancă (2013–15)
4 years, 275 days

(Opted out of second

term in office)

Gaburici (2015)
Streleț (2015)
Filip (2016–19)
5 Igor Dodon MoscowTass 01-2017.jpg Igor Dodon
(born 1975)
23 December 2016 24 December 2020 2016 First Deputy Prime Minister of Moldova;Minister of Economy and Trade Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova
4 years, 1 day

(Lost re-election campaign)

Sandu (2019)
Chicu (2019–20)
6 Maia Sandu at Batumi International Conference, on 19 July 2021 (cropped).jpg Maia Sandu
(born 1972)
24 December 2020 Incumbent 2020 13th Prime Minister of Moldova Party of Action and Solidarity
1 year, 31 days Gavrilița (2021–)

References[change | change source]

  1. Maxim, Pulber (20 March 2017). "Salariu de președinte: Cât primește Dodon de la stat – - Independent". Independent.md.