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Pavel Filip

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Pavel Filip (born 10 April 1966) is a Moldovan politician. In 2001–2008 he was the director of the Joint-stock company "Bucuria" and in 2008–2011, general manager of Tutun-CTC joint stock company. He was then Minister of Information and Communication Technology in the Governments headed by Filat (2), Leancă, Gaburici, and Streleț since 14 January 2011 when he replaced Alexandru Oleinic (2009–2011) and by his investment at the prime minister position on 20 January 2016. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pavel Filip has received more than 164,787 page views. His biography is available in 30 different languages on Wikipedia. Pavel Filip is the 14,471st most popular politician (down from 13,301st in 2019), the 49th most popular biography from Moldova (down from 42nd in 2019) and the 19th most popular Moldovan Politician.

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Among politicians, Pavel Filip ranks 14,471 out of 15,577Before him are Kurt Furgler, Alfredo Duhalde, Gnaeus Servilius Caepio, Choguel Kokalla Maïga, John Douglas, 9th Marquess of Queensberry, and Alpín mac Echdach. After him are Oliver Otis Howard, Ayelet Shaked, Ingibjörg H. Bjarnason, Johan Ramstedt, Mihri Müşfik Hanım, and Zenón Noriega Agüero.

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Among people born in 1966, Pavel Filip ranks 208Before him are Lochlyn Munro, Jorge González, Royce Gracie, Laurent Lafforgue, Baja Mali Knindža, and Sami Bouajila. After him are Kristin Otto, Attilio Lombardo, Ed de Goey, Anna Rita Del Piano, Natja Brunckhorst, and Tatjana Patitz.

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In Moldova

Among people born in Moldova, Pavel Filip ranks 49 out of 92Before him are Serhiy Tihipko (1960), Lia van Leer (1924), Vlad Filat (1969), Natalia Gavrilița (1977), Marian Lupu (1966), and Ion Ciubuc (1943). After him are Vladimir Konstantinov (1956), Vasile Tarlev (1963), Itzhak Shum (1948), Arsenie Todiraș (1983), Iurie Leancă (1963), and Sofía Ímber (1924).

Among POLITICIANS In Moldova

Among politicians born in Moldova, Pavel Filip ranks 19Before him are Sergey Aksyonov (1972), Serhiy Tihipko (1960), Vlad Filat (1969), Natalia Gavrilița (1977), Marian Lupu (1966), and Ion Ciubuc (1943). After him are Vladimir Konstantinov (1956), Vasile Tarlev (1963), Iurie Leancă (1963), Aureliu Ciocoi (1968), Natalia Gherman (1969), and Irina Vlah (1974).