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The Cioloș Cabinet was the 125th Government of Romania. It was led by Dacian Cioloș, who was appointed Prime Minister of Romania on 10 November 2015, after the resignation of Victor Ponta amid mass protests against generalised corruption linked to the Colectiv nightclub fire. It consisted of 21 ministers. No member of the Cabinet was politically affiliated, making the Cioloș Cabinet the first entirely politically independent cabinet in Romanian history, made up of only technocrats.
125th cabinet of Romania
Dacian Cioloș, head of Government
|Date formed||17 November 2015|
|Date dissolved||4 January 2017|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Klaus Iohannis|
|Head of government||Dacian Cioloș|
|No. of ministers||21|
After the resignation of Victor Ponta amid November 2015 protests, President Klaus Iohannis nominated on 10 November Dacian Cioloș, former Romanian Minister of Agriculture and European Commissioner, to form a new government. Five days later, Cioloș presented the list of proposed ministers. Two of the initial nominees, Andrei Baciu for the Ministry of Health and Cristina Guseth for the Ministry of Justice, were withdrawn.
The Cioloș Cabinet received the vote of confidence from the Parliament of Romania on 17 November, the result being 389 votes "for", 115 "against" and two invalid votes. In his speech to senators and deputies, the premier stated that his team did not want to and could not replace the political class, alluding to criticism raised by Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu and other MPs who said that the technocratic formula practically abolished the parliament.
|Image||Position||Ministers||Party||In office since||Until|
|Prime Minister||Dacian Cioloș||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Deputy Prime Ministers|
|Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development and Public Administration||Vasile Dîncu||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Trade and Tourism||Costin Borc||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Lazăr Comănescu||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Internal Affairs||Petre Tobă||Ind.||17 November 2015||1 September 2016|
|Dragoș Tudorache||Ind.||6 September 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister of National Defense||Mihnea Motoc||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Public Finance||Anca Paliu Dragu||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development||Achim Irimescu||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Energy, Small and Medium Enterprises and Business Environment||Victor Grigorescu||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of National Education and Scientific Research||Adrian Curaj||Ind.||17 November 2015||5 July 2016|
|Mircea Dumitru||Ind.||7 July 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Culture||Vlad Alexandrescu||Ind.||17 November 2015||3 May 2016|
|Corina Șuteu||Ind.||4 May 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister of European Funds||Aura Răducu||Ind.||17 November 2015||27 April 2016|
|Cristian Ghinea||Ind.||27 April 2016||26 October 2016|
|Dragoș Dinu||Ind.||27 October 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Justice||Raluca Prună||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Environment, Water and Forests||Cristiana Pașca-Palmer||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Labor, Family, Social Protection and Elderly||Claudia Costea||Ind.||17 November 2015||14 April 2016|
|Dragoș Pîslaru||Ind.||18 April 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister for Information Society||Marius Bostan||Ind.||17 November 2015||5 July 2016|
|Dragoș Tudorache||Ind.||7 July 2016
|10 August 2016|
|Delia Popescu||Ind.||10 August 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Health||Patriciu Achimaș-Cadariu||Ind.||17 November 2015||9 May 2016|
|Vlad Voiculescu||Ind.||20 May 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Youth and Sport||Elisabeta Lipă||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister of Transport||Dan Costescu||Ind.||17 November 2015||5 July 2016|
|Sorin Bușe||Ind.||7 July 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister Delegate for Social Dialogue||Violeta Alexandru||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
|Minister Delegate for Relations with Romanians Abroad||Dan Stoenescu||Ind.||17 November 2015||5 July 2016|
|Maria Ligor||Ind.||7 July 2016||4 January 2017|
|Minister Delegate for Relations with Parliament||Ciprian Bucur||Ind.||17 November 2015||4 January 2017|
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- "Guvernul Cioloş a trecut de Parlament cu 389 voturi "pentru", şi 115 "împotrivă"". Gândul. 17 November 2015.
- Sebastian Zachmann; Mădălina Mihalache; Radu Eremia (17 November 2015). "Guvernul Cioloş a fost votat de o majoritate lejeră, dar mulţi aleşi PSD n-au respectat decizia partidului". Adevărul.
- Vasile Măgrădean (15 November 2015). "CABINETUL CIOLOŞ: Cine sunt miniştrii propuşi de premierul desemnat". Mediafax.
- "Premierul desemnat Dacian Cioloș a anunţat componenţa Cabinetului său. VEZI LISTA MINIŞTRILOR". Realitatea.net. 15 November 2015.
- List of ministers on gov.ro