Prime Minister of Transnistria

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Prime Minister of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic
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Aleksandr Martynov

since 17 December 2016
Residence Tiraspol
Appointer Vadim Krasnoselsky,
as President of Transnistria
Inaugural holder Pyotr Stepanov
Formation 18 January 2012
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The Prime Minister of Transnistria is the head of government of the Pridnestrovian Moldovan Republic.


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.

List of Prime Ministers of Transnistria

Portrait Name
Tenure Political Affiliation Legislature President
Took Office Left Office
Statnislav Moroz
Acting Prime Minister
3 September 1990 9 December 1990 CPSU Provisional
Chairman of the Presidium
Igor Smirnov
Post is abolished, the government was headed by the President
1 Петр Степанов.jpg Pyotr Stepanov
18 January 2012 10 July 2013 Independent V
Yevgeny Shevchuk
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2 Татьяна Туранская.jpg Tatiana Turanskaya
10 July 2013 13 October 2015 Independent
Майя Парнас.jpg Maija Parnas
Acting Prime Minister
13 October 2015 30 November 2015 Independent
(2) Татьяна Туранская.jpg Tatiana Turanskaya
30 November 2015 2 December 2015 Independent
Майя Парнас.jpg Maija Parnas
Acting Prime Minister
2 December 2015 23 December 2015 Independent
3 Павел Прокудин.jpg Pavel Prokudin
23 December 2015 17 December 2016 Independent VI
4 Александр Мартынов.jpg Aleksandr Martynov
17 December 2016 Incumbent Independent Vadim Krasnoselsky
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(2016– )

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