The Moldovan Parliament approved the new composition of the cabinet under the leadership of ex-finance minister Ion Kiku at a meeting on Thursday, said the speaker of the legislative body Zinaida Greceanîi.
The Moldovan Parliament dismissed the government of Maia Sandu on November 12, Ria Novosti reported.
On Wednesday, President Igor Dodon announced that he was nominating a former PM for finance and his adviser Kiku, who would create a minority government of technocrats. Kiku, introducing the government program, in his turn, said that the Cabinet will work only until the presidential election, which is scheduled for the second half of autumn 2020. A government vote requires a minimum of 51 out of 101 deputies.
The draft approval of the government program and a vote of confidence in the government of Ion Kiku was approved by 62 votes, Greceanîi said at a parliament's meeting.