Pavel Filip

Pavel Filip

Pavel Filip
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13th Prime Minister of Moldova
Assumed office
20 January 2016
President Nicolae Timofti
Igor Dodon
Preceded by Gheorghe Brega (Acting)
Minister of Informational Technologies and Communications
In office
14 January 2011 – 20 January 2016
Prime Minister Vlad Filat
Iurie Leancă
Chiril Gaburici
Natalia Gherman (Acting)
Valeriu Streleț
Gheorghe Brega (Acting)
Preceded by Alexandru Oleinic
Succeeded by Vasile Botnari
Personal details
Born (1966-04-10) 10 April 1966 
Pănășești, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union (now Moldova)
Political party Democratic Party
Other political
Alliance for European
Integration (2009–2013)

Pro-European Coalition
Political Alliance for a
European Moldova (2015)

Alliance for European
Integration III (2015–present)
Children 2
Alma mater Technical University of Moldova

Pavel Filip (born 10 April 1966 in Pănășești) is a Moldovan politician who currently serves as Prime Minister of Moldova (since 20 January 2016).[1] He previously served as the Minister of Informational Technologies and Communications of Moldova from 2011 until January 2016. Filip is a member of the Democratic Party of Moldova.

A New About Pavel Filip From Official Website

Prime Minister Pavel Filip n 18.12.2016 participated in a ceremony on inauguration of a new restored headquarters of the Chisinau-based Court of Appeal. The PM highlighted the importance of the event for all Moldovan citizens, especially for specialists of the sector. Filip also thanked European partners for the constant support provided to reforming the justice sector.

“The modernization of this building would not have been possible without the support of our EU partners and I want to offer them thanks for the financial support, and what’s more important, for the backing they provide in expertise and consultancy for the justice sector’s reformation, as well as for working out reforms in Moldova,” Pavel Filip said.

At the same time, the prime minister stressed that, due to the building’s renovation, judges would enjoy better working conditions, this would ensure a quicker consideration of files and transparency in carrying out actions at law and trials. In the context, the prime minister referred to actions undertaken by the government to elaborate and approve laws complying with the European standards, which will provide needed instruments to do a fair justice. “I urge you to evolve further, as it is very important that you bring our citizens’ confidence in justice again. I wish success to everybody and let us carry through the justice reform, which is the basis of Moldova’s economic development,” the Prime Minister said.   

The restored building of the Chisinau Court of Appeal has an area of 7,200 square metres and comprises 13 rooms to hold actions at law and trials. The overall sum of the project on the headquarters’ restoration was 82 million lei, earmarked from the state budget and development partners.

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