Following the parliamentary elections held on 29 July 2009, the new Moldovan Government got a vote of confidence of the Moldova's majority parliamentary coalition Alliance for European Integration, sworn in and started exercising its duties on 25 September 2009. The Government headed by Prime Minister Vladimir Filat adopted the Activity Program „European Integration: Freedom, Democracy, Welfare” that lays out a framework for Moldovan governing policies for 2009-2013.
The Government has defined as its main priorities the European integration, a fundamental priority of the domestic and foreign policies of the Republic of Moldova; reintegration of the country; upholding the rule of law; overcoming economic and financial crises and ensuring inclusive economic growth; decentralization of power and ensuring local autonomy.
On January 4, 2010 Mr. Vlad Filat, Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova , presented the Report on 100 days of Government’s activity. Prime Minister Filat has reviewed the Government’s priorities in the first 100 days of its activity, gave a detailed report on the progress achieved and formulated Government priorities for 2010. The Prime Minister noted in particular that the Government acted quickly to manage the economic crisis, to halt the decline and revive the economic growth, to ensure functionality of democratic institutions and the rule of law, to launch the country's European integration process and to ensure conditions for private sector development. Most importantly, the Government managed to restore the confidence of the citizens and development partners in the country’s democratic development capacity.