|Prime Minister of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic|
since 17 December 2016
as President of Transnistria
|Inaugural holder||Pyotr Stepanov|
|Formation||18 January 2012|
From 3 September to 29 November 1990, there was a separate position of Chairman of the Government (Council of Ministers), the acting was Stanislav Moroz. After that, the office of Prime Minister was abolished. Until 2012, the head of government is the President.
Prime Minister of Transnistria was introduced on 1 January 2012 in accordance with amendments made in June 2011 to the Constitution of Transnistria.
|Took Office||Left Office|
Acting Prime Minister
|3 September 1990||9 December 1990||CPSU||Provisional
|Chairman of the Presidium|
|Post is abolished, the government was headed by the President|
|18 January 2012||10 July 2013||Independent||V
|10 July 2013||13 October 2015||Independent|
Acting Prime Minister
|13 October 2015||30 November 2015||Independent|
|30 November 2015||2 December 2015||Independent|
Acting Prime Minister
|2 December 2015||23 December 2015||Independent|
|23 December 2015||17 December 2016||Independent||VI|
|17 December 2016||Incumbent||Independent||Vadim Krasnoselsky|
Aleksandr Martynov or Alexandr Martynov (born 1 January 1981) is a Transnistrian politician, the Prime Minister of Transnistria since 17 December 2016 under the presidency of Vadim Krasnoselsky.Government of Transnistria
The Government of Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic is the political leadership of the unrecognized, but de facto independent, Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, better known in English as Transnistria.List of state leaders in 2012
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2012.List of state leaders in 2013
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2013.List of state leaders in 2014
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2014.List of state leaders in 2015
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2015.List of state leaders in 2016
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2016.List of state leaders in 2017
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2017.List of state leaders in 2018
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2018.List of state leaders in 2019
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2019.Maya Parnas
Maya Ivanovna Parnas (Russian: Майя Ивановна Парнас, Romanian: Maia Parnas; born 15 May 1974 in Tiraspol, Moldavian SSR) is a Transnistrian politician and was the former acting Prime Minister of Transnistria, temporarily replacing Tatiana Turanskaya, who was focusing on running in the 2015 elections.Pavel Prokudin
Pavel Nikolaevich Prokudin (Russian: Павел Николаевич Прокудин; Romanian: Pavel Nikolaevici Prokudin; Ukrainian: Павло Миколайович Прокудін; born 17 August 1966) is a former Prime Minister of Transnistria.Politics of Transnistria
Politics of Transnistria, a de facto independent state situated de jure within the Republic of Moldova in Eastern Europe, takes place in a framework of a semi-presidential republic, whereby the President of Transnistria is head of state and the Prime Minister of Transnistria is head of government. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament.
Formally, Transnistria has a multi-party system and a unicameral parliament, called the Supreme Council. The president is elected by popular vote. The latest parliamentary elections were held in December 2010; however, they were not monitored by international organizations such as Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), which has expressed doubts about the level of democracy in the region, and were not recognized by other countries.
Political parties from Moldova do not recognize the Transnistrian government and do not participate at elections organized by it.President of Transnistria
The President of Transnistria is the highest elected official of Transnistria, a small unrecognized country which declared independence from Moldova in 1990. The president of the republic is the country's head of state and is also commander in chief of its armed forces. As per the Constitution of Transnistria, he also represents the country abroad.
The President of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, as Transnistria is officially called, is elected by the citizens of the republic on the basis of universal, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot for a term of five years.
The current president is Vadim Krasnoselsky, since 16 December 2016. He was elected in the 2016 election.Prokudin
Prokudin (Russian: Прокудин) is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Prokudina. It may refer to
Aleksei Prokudin (born 1982), Russian football player
Pavel Prokudin (born 1966), Prime Minister of Transnistria
Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky (1863–1944), Russian chemist and photographerPyotr Stepanov
Pyotr Petrovich Stepanov (Пётр Петро́вич Степа́нов; born 2 January 1959) is a Transnistrian politician and was the Prime Minister of Transnistria from 18 January 2012 until 10 July 2013.Stepanov is the first ever Prime Minister of Transnisitra.
His nomination was put forward by newly appointed President Yevgeny Shevchuk.
The majority faction of the Renewal Party unanimously supported Stepanov's candidacy.On 10 July 2013 Pyotr Stepanov retired and on the same day President Shevchuk proposed Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Turanskaya as a prime ministerial candidate. After addressing several questions to Turanskaya on her vision of major goals of the new government and on changes in government's composition the Supreme Council voted for her candidacy. On 10 July Tatiana Turanskaya became second Prime Minister of Transnistria, she had been acting as prime minister since 20 June. Composition of the government remained mostly unchanged.Tatiana Turanskaya
Tatiana Mikhailovna Turanskaya (Тетяна Михайлівна Туранська; born November 20, 1972 in Odessa, Ukrainian SSR) is a Transnistrian politician and was the Prime Minister of Transnistria until 13 October 2015. She replaced Pyotr Stepanov on 10 July 2013, after he had resigned to accept a new job. On August 7, 2013 she held a meeting with Deputy Chairman of the Economic Policy, Budget and Finance Committee of the Supreme Council Andrej Kotsubenko and member of the on Security, Defense and Peacekeeping Committee of the Supreme Council Yuri Horin at which she talked about governmental issues within Slobozia District.Turanskaya decided to participate in the 2015 election and temporarily stepped down as prime minister. She was replaced by deputy PM Maija Parnas from 13 October 2015 until the day of elections (30 November). On 2 December 2015, she was dismissed by President Yevgeny Shevchuk and Maija Parnas replaced her again as Acting Prime Minister.Tiraspol
Tiraspol (Russian: Тирасполь [tʲɪˈraspəlʲ]; Ukrainian: Тираспіль [tɪˈrɑspilʲ]) is internationally recognised as the second largest city in Moldova, but is effectively the capital and administrative centre of the unrecognised Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (Transnistria). The city is located on the eastern bank of the Dniester River. Tiraspol is a regional hub of light industry, such as furniture and electrical goods production.
The modern city of Tiraspol was founded by the Russian generalissimo Alexander Suvorov in 1792, although the area had been inhabited for thousands of years by varying ethnic groups. The city celebrates its anniversary every year on October 14.Women in Transnistria
Women in Transnistria are women who live in or are from Transnistria (may also be spelled as Transdniestria; and also known as the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, abbreviated as PMR).
Note: Transnistria is a Moldovan breakaway territory and a self-proclaimed republic, unrecognised by any United Nations member state.
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