Ciorbea I Cabinet


Ciorbea I Cabinet

1996–1998

Coalition members:       PNŢ,       PD,       PNL,       UDMR,       PSDR, and       Independent ministers

Prime Minister:

Ministers of State:

Ministers:

Minister-Delegates:

  • Alexandru Herlea (European Integration)
  • Remus Opriş (Local Administration)
  • Valentin Ionescu (Privatization)
  • Radu Boroianu/Sorin-Mircea Bottez (Public Information)
  • György Tokay (National Minorities)

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