Prime Minister of Serbia

The Prime Minister of Serbia (Serbian: Премијер Србије / Premijer Srbije), officially the President of the Government of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Председник Владе Републике Србије / Predsednik Vlade Republike Srbije), is the head of the Government of Serbia. The role of the Prime Minister is to direct the work of the Government, and to submit to the National Assembly the Government's Program, including a list of proposed ministers. The resignation of the Prime Minister will cause the fall of the Government.

The current Prime Minister, Ana Brnabić, an independent politician, was nominated by the former Prime Minister and newly elected President of the Republic, Aleksandar Vučić and elected and appointed by the National Assembly on 29 June 2017.

President of the Government of Serbia
Председник Владе Србије
Predsednik Vlade Srbije
Coat of arms of Serbia
Ana Brnabic, July 3, 2018
Incumbent
Ana Brnabić

since 29 June 2017
NominatorPresident of the Republic
AppointerNational Assembly
Term lengthNo term limit
Inaugural holderMateja Nenadović
Formation27 August 1805
Websitewww.srbija.gov.rs

History of the office

The first modern Serbian government was established on 27 August 1805 in Voljavča near Stragari, during the First Serbian Uprising, as the Governing Council (Правитељствујушчи Совјет / Praviteljstvujušči Sovjet), while the title of the head of government was President of the Governing Council. Initially the Council had no ministers, just members, but in 1811 modern ministries were created. Government ceased to exist with the collapse of the First Serbian Uprising on 3 October 1813, however later continued in exile in Hotin (Russian Empire) from 1813 until 1814.

Government was restored on 21 November 1815 following the Second Serbian Uprising. Head of government was styled Prince's Representative (Књажевски представник / Knjaževski predstavnik). The style remained official until 1861, even after the establishing of constitutional government in 1835. Prior to that date, the office was of no major importance or influence and depended solely on the will of the Prince Miloš Obrenović.

From 1861 until 1903, the head of government was styled President of the Ministry (Председник министарства / Predsednik ministarstva).

From 1903 until the creation of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes on 1 December 1918, head of government was styled President of the Ministerial Council (Председник Министарског савета / Predsednik Ministarskog saveta).

Under the communist regime after 1945, Serbia got a sort of separate Tito-appointed government opposed to the German-installed one in September 1941. First, the 'head of government' was styled President of the Executive Council of the Supreme National Liberational Council until 7 March 1945. On that day, a ministry for Serbia was created within the government of Yugoslavia (as for all the other five republics), with Minister for Serbia being in charge of creating first one-party government of post-War Serbia, which took place on 9 April 1945. Governments were headed by President of the Government until 3 February 1953, President of the Executive Council until 15 January 1991 and again President of the Government since then, but the term Prime Minister is colloquially used (especially in the media) since the government of Dragutin Zelenović in 1991. In some later articles about the recent history of Serbia, term is retroactively applied to Stanko Radmilović, Desimir Jevtić and even back to Ivan Stambolić's government.

List of Prime Ministers

Revolutionary Serbia (1804–1813)

  Non-party

Order Head of Government Lifespan Took office Left office Party Note
Presidents of the Administering Council
1805–1814
1 Mateja Nenadović   Mateja Nenadović
Матеја Ненадовић

Prota Mateja Nenadovic Signature
1777–1854 27 August 1805 January 1807 None First President of the Administering Council; he was a priest (prota)
2 Mladen Milovanović   Mladen Milovanović
Младен Миловановић
1760–1823 January 1807 1810 None First term; after modern ministries were created in 1811 became the first Serbian Minister of Defence
3 Jakov Nenadović   Jakov Nenadović
Јаков Ненадовић
1765–1836 1810 22 January 1811 None Uncle of Mateja Nenadović; after modern ministries were created in 1811 became the first Serbian Minister of Interior
4 Karađorđe Petrović   Karađorđe Petrović
Карађорђе Петровић
1762–1817 22 January 1811 3 October 1813 None Head of State (Grand Vožd) from 1804; founder of the House of Karađorđević; after constitutional reforms in 1811, also took office of the President of the Administering Council
(2) Mladen Milovanović   Mladen Milovanović
Младен Миловановић
1760–1823 1813 1814 None Second term; in exile in
Khotyn, Russian Empire

Principality of Serbia (1815–1882)

  Conservative Party   Liberal Party   Serbian Progressive Party   Non-party

Order Head of Government Lifespan Took office Left office Party Note
Representatives of the Prince
1815–1861
5 Petar Nikolajević Moler   Petar Nikolajević Moler
Петар Николајевић Молер
1775–1816 21 November 1815 16 May 1816 None
6 Jevrem Obrenović   Jevrem Obrenović
Јеврем Обреновић

Jevrem Obrenovic Signature
1790–1856 1821 1826 None The youngest brother of Prince Miloš Obrenović.
7 No image   Miloje Todorović
Милоје Тодоровић
1762–1832 1826 1826 None
8 Dimitrije Davidović   Dimitrije Davidović
Димитрије Давидовић
1789–1839 1826 1829 None
9 No image   Koča Marković
Коча Марковић
1795–1836 15 February 1835 28 March 1836 None
N/A   Stefan Stefanović Tenka
Стефан Стефановић Тенка
1797–1865 28 March 1836 26 February 1839 None Acting.
(28 March 1836 – 26 February 1839)
10 Avram Petronijević   Avram Petronijević
Аврам Петронијевић
1791–1852 26 February 1839 7 April 1840 None First term.
N/A   Paun Janković
Паун Јанковић
1808–1865 7 April 1840 15 May 1840 None Acting.
(7 April – 15 May 1840)
11 No image   Đorđe Protić
Ђорђе Протић
1793–1857 15 May 1840 7 September 1842 None
(10) Avram Petronijević   Avram Petronijević
Аврам Петронијевић
1791–1852 7 September 1842 6 October 1843 None Second term.
12 Aleksa Simić   Aleksa Simić
Алекса Симић
1800–1872 6 October 1843 11 October 1844 None First term.
(10) Avram Petronijević   Avram Petronijević
Аврам Петронијевић
1791–1852 11 October 1844 22 April 1852 None Third term. Died in Constantinople while on official visit to the Ottoman Empire.
13 Ilija Garašanin   Ilija Garašanin
Илија Гарашанин
1812–1874 22 April 1852 26 March 1853 None First term.
(12) Aleksa Simić   Aleksa Simić
Алекса Симић
1800–1872 26 March 1853 28 December 1855 None Second term.
14 No image   Aleksa Janković
Алекса Јанковић
1806–1869 28 December 1855 10 June 1856 None
N/A Стефан Марковић   Stevan Marković
Стеван Марковић
1804–1864 10 June 1856 28 September 1856 None Acting.
(10 June – 28 September 1856).
(12) Aleksa Simić   Aleksa Simić
Алекса Симић
1800–1872 28 September 1856 1 July 1857 None Third term.
15 No image   Stevan Marković
Стеван Марковић
1804–1864 1 July 1857 12 June 1858 None
16 Stevan Magazinovic   Stevan Magazinović
Стеван Магазиновић

Stefan Magazinovic Signature
1804–1874 12 June 1858 18 April 1859 None
17 Cvetko Rajovic   Cvetko Rajović
Цветко Рајовић

Cvetko Rajovic Signature
1793–1873 18 April 1859 8 November 1860 None
18 Filip Hristić   Filip Hristić
Филип Христић

Signature Filip Hristic
1819–1905 8 November 1860 21 October 1861 None
Presidents of the Ministry
1861–1882
(13) Ilija Garašanin   Ilija Garašanin
Илија Гарашанин
1812–1874 21 October 1861 15 November 1867 Conservative Party Second term.
19 Jovan Ristić   Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
1831–1899 15 November 1867 3 December 1867 Liberal Party First term.
20 Nikola Hristić   Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић

Nikola Hristic Signature
1818–1911 3 December 1867 3 July 1868 Conservative Party First term.
21 No image   Đorđe Cenić
Ђорђе Ценић
1825–1903 3 July 1868 8 August 1869 Conservative Party
22 Radivoje Milojković   Radivoje Milojković
Радивоје Милојковић
1832–1888 8 August 1869 22 August 1872 Liberal Party Removed from office when Prince Milan IV, aged eighteen, came of age and appointed a new government.
23 Milivoje Petrović Blaznavac   Milivoje Petrović Blaznavac
Миливоје Петровић Блазнавац
Milivoje P Blaznavac Signature
1824–1873 22 August 1872 5 April 1873 Independent Military officer (general).
Died in office of natural causes.
(19) Jovan Ristić   Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
1831–1899 5 April 1873 3 November 1873 Liberal Party Second term; acting up to 14 April 1873
24 No image   Jovan Marinović
Јован Мариновић
1821–1893 3 November 1873 7 December 1874 Serbian Progressive Party
25 Aćim Čumić   Aćim Čumić
Аћим Чумић
1836–1901 7 December 1874 3 February 1875 Serbian Progressive Party
26 No image   Danilo Stefanović
Данило Стефановић
1815–1886 3 February 1875 31 August 1875 Conservative Party
27 Stevca Mihailovic - Srbadija crop   Stevča Mihailović
Стевча Михаиловић

Stevca Mihailovic Signature
1804–1888 31 August 1875 8 October 1875 Liberal Party First term.
28 Ljubomir Kaljević   Ljubomir Kaljević
Љубомир Каљевић
1841–1907 8 October 1875 6 May 1876 Serbian Progressive Party
(27) Stevca Mihailovic - Srbadija crop   Stevča Mihailović
Стевча Михаиловић

Stevca Mihailovic Signature
1804–1888 6 May 1876 13 October 1878 Liberal Party Second term.
(19) Jovan Ristić   Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
1831–1899 13 October 1878 2 November 1880 Liberal Party Third term.
29 No image   Milan Piroćanac
Милан Пироћанац

Milan Pirocanac Latin Signature
1837–1897 2 November 1880 6 March 1882 Serbian Progressive Party

Kingdom of Serbia (1882–1918)

  Serbian Progressive Party   Conservative Party   Liberal Party   People's Radical Party   Independent Radical Party   Non-party

Order Head of Government Lifespan Took office Left office Party Note
Presidents of the Ministry
1882–1903
(29) No image   Milan Piroćanac
Милан Пироћанац

Milan Pirocanac Latin Signature
1837–1897 6 March 1882 3 October 1883 Serbian Progressive Party
(20) Nikola Hristić   Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић

Nikola Hristic Signature
1818–1911 3 October 1883 19 February 1884 Conservative Party Second term.
30 Milutin Garašanin   Milutin Garašanin
Милутин Гарашанин
1843–1908 19 February 1884 13 June 1887 Serbian Progressive Party
(19) Jovan Ristić   Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
1831–1899 13 June 1887 1 January 1888 Liberal Party Fourth term.
31 Sava Grujić   Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
1840–1913 1 January 1888 27 April 1888 People's Radical Party First term.
(20) Nikola Hristić   Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић

Nikola Hristic Signature
1818–1911 27 April 1888 19 January 1889 Conservative Party Third term.
32 Kosta Protić   Kosta Protić
Коста Протић
1831–1892 19 January 1889 7 March 1889 Independent Military officer (general).
(31) Sava Grujić   Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
1840–1913 7 March 1889 23 February 1891 People's Radical Party Second term.
33 Nikola Pašić   Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић

SignatureNikolaPasic
1845–1926 23 February 1891 22 August 1892 People's Radical Party First term.
34 Jovan Avakumović   Jovan Avakumović
Јован Авакумовић

Jovan Avakumovic Signature
1841–1928 22 August 1892 13 April 1893 Liberal Party First term.. Removed from office when King Aleksandar I, aged seventeen, staged a coup d'état, proclaimed himself of age and dismissed the regents and their government.
35 Lazar Dokić   Lazar Dokić
Лазар Докић
1845–1893 13 April 1893 5 December 1893 People's Radical Party Died in office of natural causes.
(31) Sava Grujić   Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
1840–1913 5 December 1893 24 January 1894 People's Radical Party Third term.
36 Đorđe Simić   Đorđe Simić
Ђорђе Симић
1843–1921 24 January 1894 3 April 1894 People's Radical Party First term.
37 Svetomir Nikolajević   Svetomir Nikolajević
Светомир Николајевић
1844–1922 3 April 1894 27 October 1894 People's Radical Party
(20) Nikola Hristić   Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић

Nikola Hristic Signature
1818–1911 27 October 1894 7 July 1895 Conservative Party Fourth term.
38 Stojan Novaković   Stojan Novaković
Стојан Новаковић

Stojan Novakovic Signature
1842–1915 7 July 1895 27 December 1896 Serbian Progressive Party First term.
(36) Đorđe Simić   Đorđe Simić
Ђорђе Симић
1843–1921 27 December 1896 19 October 1897 People's Radical Party Second term.
39 Vladan Đorđević   Vladan Đorđević
Владан Ђорђевић

Vladan Djordjevic Signature
1844–1930 19 October 1897 25 July 1900 Serbian Progressive Party
40 Aleksa Jovanović   Aleksa Jovanović
Алекса Јовановић
1846–1920 25 July 1900 3 April 1901 Independent
41 Mihailo Vujić   Mihailo Vujić
Михаило Вујић
1853–1913 3 April 1901 20 October 1902 People's Radical Party
42 No image   Petar Velimirović
Петар Велимировић
1848–1921 20 October 1902 20 November 1902 People's Radical Party First term.
43 Dimitrije Cincar-Marković   Dimitrije Cincar-Marković
Димитрије Цинцар-Марковић
1849–1903 20 November 1902 11 June 1903 Independent Military officer (general).
Assassinated during the May Coup.
Presidents of the Ministerial Council
1903–1918
(34) Jovan Avakumović   Jovan Avakumović
Јован Авакумовић

Jovan Avakumovic Signature
1841–1928 11 June 1903 4 October 1903 Liberal Party Second term.
(31) Sava Grujić   Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
1840–1913 4 October 1903 10 December 1904 People's Radical Party Fourth term.
(33) Nikola Pašić   Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић

SignatureNikolaPasic
1845–1926 10 December 1904 28 May 1905 People's Radical Party Second term.
44 No image   Ljubomir Stojanović
Љубомир Стојановић
1860–1930 28 May 1905 7 March 1906 Independent Radical Party
(31) Sava Grujić   Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
1840–1913 7 March 1906 29 April 1906 People's Radical Party Fifth term.
(33) Nikola Pašić   Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић

SignatureNikolaPasic
1845–1926 29 April 1906 20 July 1908 People's Radical Party Third term.
(42) No image   Petar Velimirović
Петар Велимировић
1848–1921 20 July 1908 22 February 1909 People's Radical Party Second term.
(38) Stojan Novaković   Stojan Novaković
Стојан Новаковић

Stojan Novakovic Signature
1842–1915 22 February 1909 24 October 1909 Serbian Progressive Party Second term.
(33) Nikola Pašić   Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић

SignatureNikolaPasic
1845–1926 24 October 1909 4 July 1911 People's Radical Party Fourth term.
45 Milovan Milovanović   Milovan Milovanović
Милован Миловановић
1863–1912 4 July 1911 18 June 1912 People's Radical Party Died in office of natural causes.
46 Marko Trifković   Marko Trifković
Марко Трифковић
1864–1928 18 June 1912 12 September 1912 People's Radical Party
(33) Nikola Pašić   Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић

SignatureNikolaPasic
1845–1926 12 September 1912 1 December 1918 People's Radical Party Fifth term.
Became acting Prime Minister of Yugoslavia on 1 December 1918.

Socialist Republic of Serbia within SFR Yugoslavia (1945–1992)

  League of Communists of Yugoslavia   Socialist Party of Serbia

Order Head of Government Lifespan Term of office

Electoral
mandates
Party Notes
President of the Executive Council of the Supreme National Liberation Council
1941–1945
N/A Petar Stambolić 1958   Petar Stambolić
Петар Стамболић

Petar Stambolic Signature
1912–2007 September
1941
7 March
1945
Communist Party of Yugoslavia
 —
Minister for Serbia
1945
N/A Jasa Prodanovic   Jaša Prodanović
Јаша Продановић
1867–1948 7 March
1945
9 April
1945
Communist Party of Yugoslavia
 —
Prime Ministers
1945–1953
1
(47)
Blagoje Nešković   Blagoje Nešković
Благоје Нешковић
1907–1984 9 April
1945
5 September
1948
Communist Party of Yugoslavia
 —
2
(48)
Petar Stambolić 1958   Petar Stambolić
Петар Стамболић

Petar Stambolic Signature
1912–2007 5 September
1948
5 February
1953
Communist Party of Yugoslavia
(renamed in 1952)
 — League of Communists of Yugoslavia
(renamed in 1952)
Presidents of the Executive Council
1953–1991
(2)
(48)
Petar Stambolić 1958   Petar Stambolić
Петар Стамболић

Petar Stambolic Signature
1912–2007 5 February
1953
16 December
1953
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
3
(49)
Jovan Veselinov   Jovan Veselinov
Јован Веселинов
1906–1982 16 December
1953
6 April
1957
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
4
(50)
Milos Minic Cropped   Miloš Minić
Милош Минић

Milos Minic Signature
1914–2003 6 April
1957
9 June
1962
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
5
(51)
Stevan Kragujevic, Slobodan Penezic Krcun   Slobodan Penezić Krcun
Слободан Пенезић Крцун
1918–1964 9 June
1962
6 November
1964
League of Communists of Yugoslavia Killed in a suspicious traffic accident.
 —
N/A Stevan Doronjski   Stevan Doronjski
Стеван Дороњски
1919–1981 6 November
1964
17 November
1964
League of Communists of Yugoslavia Acting
(after Penezić's death)
 —
6
(52)
No image   Dragi Stamenković
Драги Стаменковић
1920–2004 17 November
1964
6 June
1967
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
7
(53)
No image   Đurica Jojkić
Ђурица Јојкић
1914–1981 6 June
1967
7 May
1969
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
8
(54)
Milenko Bojanić   Milenko Bojanić
Миленко Бојанић
1924–1987 7 May
1969
6 May
1974
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
9
(55)
Dušan Čkrebić   Dušan Čkrebić
Душан Чкребић

Dusan Ckrebic Signature
born 1927 6 May
1974
6 May
1978
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
10
(56)
Stevan Kragujevic, Ivan Stambolic, maj 1986   Ivan Stambolić
Иван Стамболић
1936–2000 6 May
1978
5 May
1982
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
11
(57)
Branislav Ikonić   Branislav Ikonić
Бранислав Иконић
1928–2002 5 May
1982
6 May
1986
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
12
(58)
Desimir Jevtić   Desimir Jevtić
Десимир Јевтић

Desimir Jevtic Signature
1938–2017 6 May
1986
5 December
1989
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
 —
13
(59)
No image   Stanko Radmilović
Станко Радмиловић
1936–2018 5 December
1989
15 January
1991
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
(until January 1990)
The pan-Yugoslav League of Communists of Yugoslavia was dissolved in January 1990 into six political parties (one for each republic), in Serbia that was the Socialist Party of Serbia.
 — Socialist Party of Serbia
(from January 1990)

Republic of Serbia within FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro (1992–2006)

  Socialist Party of Serbia   Democratic Party   Democratic Alternative   Social Democratic Union   Democratic Party of Serbia   Non-party

Order Head of Government
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Cabinets Composition Elections
Prime Ministers
1991 onwards
1
(60)
Dragutin Zelenović   Dragutin Zelenović
Драгутин Зеленовић
(1928–)

Dragutin Zelenovic Signature
11 February 1991

23 December 1991
Socialist Party of Serbia Zelenović SPS 1990
2
(61)
No image   Radoman Božović
Радоман Божовић
(1953–)
23 December 1991

10 February 1993
Socialist Party of Serbia Božović SPS
3
(62)
No image   Nikola Šainović
Никола Шаиновић
(1948–)
10 February 1993

18 March 1994
Socialist Party of Serbia Šainović SPS
(minority government
supported by SRS)
1992
4
(63)
No image   Mirko Marjanović
Мирко Марјановић
(1937–2006)
18 March 1994

24 October 2000
Socialist Party of Serbia Marjanović I SPSND 1993
Marjanović II SPSJULSRS 1997
3
(62)
No image   Milomir Minić
Миломир Минић
(1950–)
25 October 2000

25 January 2001
Socialist Party of Serbia Minić SPSDOSSPO
(transitional government formed
after the Bulldozer Revolution)
6
(65)
Zoran Đinđić   Zoran Đinđić
Зоран Ђинђић
(1952–2003)

Zoran Djindjic signature
25 January 2001

12 March 2003
(assassinated in office)
Democratic Party
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Đinđić DOS 2000
N/A Nebojša Čović   Nebojša Čović
Небојша Човић
(1958–)

Nebojsa Covic Signature.png
12 March 2003

17 March 2003
Democratic Alternative
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Acting
N/A Žarko Korać   Žarko Korać
Жарко Кораћ
(1947–)
17 March 2003

18 March 2003
Social Democratic Union
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Acting
7
(66)
Zoran Živković   Zoran Živković
Зоран Ђинђић
(1960–)

Zoran Zivkovic Signature
18 March 2003

3 March 2004
Democratic Party
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Živković DOS
8
(67)
Vojislav Koštunica   Vojislav Koštunica
Војислав Коштуница
(1944–)

Signature of Vojislav Koštunica
3 March 2004

5 June 2006
Democratic Party of Serbia Koštunica I DSSG17+SPONS
(minority government
supported by SPS)
2003

Republic of Serbia (2006–present)

  Democratic Party of Serbia   Socialist Party of Serbia   Serbian Progressive Party   Non-party

Order Head of Government
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Cabinets Composition Elections
Prime Ministers
2006 onwards
1
(67)
Vojislav Koštunica   Vojislav Koštunica
Војислав Коштуница
(1944–)

Signature of Vojislav Koštunica
5 June 2006

7 July 2008
Democratic Party of Serbia Koštunica I DSSG17+SPONS
(minority government
supported by SPS)
2003
Koštunica II DSDSSG17+
NSSDP
2007
2
(68)
Mirko Cvetković   Mirko Cvetković
Мирко Цветковић
(1950–)

Mirko Cvetkovic Signature
7 July 2008

27 July 2012
Independent Cvetković DSSPSG17+SDPS
PUPSSPOSDAS
2008
3
(69)
Ivica Dačić   Ivica Dačić
Ивица Дачић
(1966–)

Ivica Dacic Signature
27 July 2012

27 April 2014
Socialist Party of Serbia Dačić SNSSPSSDPS
PUPSNSSDASPS
URS (until 2013)
2012
4
(70)
Aleksandar Vučić   Aleksandar Vučić
Александар Вучић
(1970–)

Signature of Vojislav Koštunica
27 April 2014

31 May 2017
Serbian Progressive Party Vučić I SNSSPS
SDPSPSNS
2014
Vučić II SNSSPS
SDPSPSPUPS
2016
N/A Ivica Dačić   Ivica Dačić
Ивица Дачић
(1966–)

Ivica Dacic Signature
31 May 2017

29 June 2017
Socialist Party of Serbia Acting
5
(71)
Ana Brnabić   Ana Brnabić
Ана Брнабић
(1975–)
29 June 2017

Incumbent
Independent Brnabić SNSSPSSDPS
PSPUPSSNP

Living former Prime Ministers

Name Term Date of birth
Dušan Čkrebić 1974–1978 7 August 1927
Dragutin Zelenović 1991 19 May 1928
Radoman Božović 1991–1993 13 January 1953
Nikola Šainović 1993–1994 7 December 1948
Milomir Minić 2000–2001 5 October 1950
Zoran Živković 2003–2004 22 December 1960
Vojislav Koštunica 2004–2008 24 March 1944
Mirko Cvetković 2008–2012 16 August 1950
Ivica Dačić 2012–2014 1 January 1966
Aleksandar Vučić 2014–2017 5 March 1970

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Aleksa Simić

Aleksa Simić (Boljevci, March 18, 1800 – Belgrade, March 17, 1872) was a Serbian politician serving as Prime Minister on three terms and Government Minister on multiple terms.Simić was a part of the Ustavobranioci group, known as the Defenders of the Constitution.Aleksa first came to the Principality of Serbia from Srem, then a Habsburg-occupied territory, in 1819. He was hired as a clerk in the office of Prince Milos Obrenovic. In 1835, Simić becomes the Minister of Finance, and in 1842 he served as Prince Miloš's diplomatic envoy in negotiations with the Ottomans at Constantinople. In 1843 he becomes the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Principality of Serbia.

His older brother, Stojan Simić, was also a politician and a businessman. Both brothers owed to Miloš Obrenović their rise from humble beginnings to great wealth and power. His nephew was Đorđe Simić, who held the post of Prime Minister of Serbia.

Ana Brnabić

Ana Brnabić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ана Брнабић, pronounced [âna bř̩nabit͜ɕ]; born 28 September 1975) is a Serbian politician who has been the Prime Minister of Serbia since 29 June 2017. She is the first woman and first openly gay person to hold the office.She was previously the Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government of Serbia from 11 August 2016 until 29 June 2017, under Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić and Acting Prime Minister Ivica Dačić. After Vučić was inaugurated as the President of Serbia on 31 May 2017, he proposed Brnabić as his successor in June.Her government was voted into office on 29 June 2017 by a majority of 157 out of 250 Members of the National Assembly of Serbia.

In 2018, Brnabić was ranked by Forbes magazine as the 91st most powerful woman in the world and as the 21st most powerful female political and policy leader.

Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia

The Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia (Serbian: Потпредседник Владе Србије / Potpredsednik Vlade Srbije, literally translated as Vice President of the Government of Serbia), is the official Deputy of the Prime Minister of Serbia.

According to convention, one deputy position is allocated to each junior partner in the coalition, being ranked according to the size of their respective parties.

Dragoslav Marković

Dragoslav "Draža" Marković (Serbian: Драгослав Марковић; 28 June 1920, Popović – 20 April 2005, Belgrade), was a Serbian communist politician, serving as President and Prime Minister of Serbia.

Dragutin Zelenović

Dragutin Zelenović (Serbian: Драгутин Зеленовић; born 19 May 1928) is a Serbian university professor, politcian, correspondent member of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. He served as the Prime Minister of Serbia in 1991. He also served as the member of the Presidency of Yugoslavia from 1989 to 1991.

He was a professor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences and Rector of the University of Novi Sad (1987–89). He is also a member of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences since 1987.

Dušan Mihajlović (politician)

Dušan Mihajlović (born 27 September 1948) is a Serbian politician. He served as the Minister of Internal Affairs and as the Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia from 2001 to 2004.

Ivica Dačić

Ivica Dačić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ивица Дачић, pronounced [îʋit͡sa dât͡ʃit͡ɕ]; born 1 January 1966) is a Serbian politician who has been the Minister of Foreign Affairs since April 2014. He is the leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia.

From 2008 to April 2014, he served as Minister of Internal Affairs, while concurrently also serving as Prime Minister of Serbia for part of that tenure, from July 2012 until 2014. He also served as Acting Prime Minister of Serbia from 31 May 2017 until 29 June 2017, after the incumbent Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, was sworn in as President of Serbia. He was succeeded in office by Ana Brnabić on 29 June 2017.Dačić graduated from the University of Belgrade in 1989 and joined the Socialist Party in 1991. He quickly rose up the ranks of the party, becoming its spokesman in 1992, under his mentor, Slobodan Milošević, President of Serbia and FR Yugoslavia.Following the election defeat of Slobodan Milošević and his ousting (2000–2001), Dačić became a member of the main board, and became party leader in 2006. Like his predecessor Slobodan Milošević, he is regarded as a pragmatic leader willing to change views based on circumstance and has worked to reform the party. The Socialist Party of Serbia is currently in a coalition with the conservative Serbian Progressive Party. Commentators describe his political positions as nationalist.

Jovan Veselinov

Jovan Veselinov (20 January 1906 — 8 February 1982) was a Serbian communist politician. He served as President of Serbia, Prime Minister of Serbia and as a Chairman of the League of Communists of Serbia. He was a Partisan fighter in World War II, and was proclaimed People's Hero of Yugoslavia.

Ljubomir Kaljević

Ljubomir Kaljević (1841, Užice – March 20 1907, Belgrade) was Serbian politician, academic and Prime Minister of Serbia.

Milomir Minić

Milomir Minić (Serbian Cyrillic: Миломир Минић) (born 5 October 1950 in Valjevo, FPR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian politician who was Prime Minister of Serbia from 2000 to 2001.

Mirko Cvetković

Mirko Cvetković (Serbian Cyrillic: Мирко Цветковић, pronounced [mǐːrkɔ tsʋɛ̂tkɔʋitɕ]; born 16 August 1950) is a Serbian politician who was Prime Minister of Serbia from 2008–12. He was Minister of Finance from 2007–08, and from 2011–12.

Mirko Marjanović

Mirko Marjanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Мирко Марјановић, pronounced [mǐːrko marjǎːnoʋit͡ɕ]; 27 July 1937 – 21 February 2006) was a former Prime Minister of Serbia from 1994 to 2000 and a high-ranking official in Slobodan Milošević's Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS).

Nikola Šainović

Nikola Šainović (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Шаиновић, born 7 December 1948) is a Serbian politician. Being a close associate of Slobodan Milošević, he held several important state functions of Serbia and FR Yugoslavia during the 1990s. He has been a member of the Socialist Party of Serbia since the party's foundation.

He served as the Deputy Prime Minister of FR Yugoslavia in charge of foreign affairs from 1994 to 2000, and represented Milošević as his emissary in Kosovo affairs from October 1998 during the Kosovo War. He previously served as the Prime Minister of Serbia from 1993 to 1994 and as the minister of Energy and Mining of Serbia and the Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia from 1991 to 1993.

In 2009, he was convicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague (ICTY) for crimes against humanity and war crimes committed against ethnic Albanian civilians in 1999 during the Kosovo War. In 2015, he was granted early release after serving two thirds of his sentence.

Prime Minister of Serbia and Montenegro

The Prime Minister of Serbia and Montenegro was the head of government of Serbia and Montenegro from its establishment in 1992 up until the state's dissolution in 2006. Between 1992–2003 the full name of the office was President of the Federal Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbian: Predsednik Savezne Vlade Savezne Republike Jugoslavije), while after the constitutional reforms of 2003 the title was Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro (Serbian: Predsednik Saveta ministara Srbije i Crne Gore, literally translated as President of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro). The office was merged in 2003 with the head of state, providing for one person to hold both the office of President of Serbia and Montenegro and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro.

Radoman Božović

Radoman Božović (Serbian: Радоман Божовић; born 13 January 1953) is a Serbian politician and former Prime Minister of Serbia.

Verica Kalanović

Verica Kalanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Верица Калановић, pronounced [ʋêrit͡sa kalǎːnoʋit͡ɕ]; born 1954) is a Serbian politician. She served as the Minister of Regional Development and Local Self-Government from 2012 to 2013, and as the Minister of National Investment Plan from 2008 to 2012. She also served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia from 2011 to 2012.

Vojislav Koštunica

Vojislav Koštunica (Serbian Cyrillic: Војислав Коштуница, pronounced [ʋǒjislaʋ koʃtǔnit͡sa] (listen); born 24 March 1944) is a former Serbian politician. He was the last president of Yugoslavia from 2000 to 2003, and the prime minister of Serbia in two terms (from 2004 to 2007, and from 2007 to 2008).He was one of the founders and the first president of the Democratic Party of Serbia since its creation in 1992 until 19 March 2014, when he resigned as party president and retired from active politics after his party failed to reach 5% threshold to enter the Parliament on March 16 elections for the first time in its history. In October 2014, he left the party after disagreements with new party leadership over what he saw as their abandonment of the policy of political neutrality.In November 2014, he was one of the founders of Statehood Movement of Serbia.

Zoran Đinđić

Zoran Đinđić (Serbian Cyrillic: Зоран Ђинђић, pronounced [zǒran dʑîːndʑitɕ] (listen); 1 August 1952 – 12 March 2003) was a Serbian politician who was the Prime Minister of Serbia from 2001 until his assassination in 2003. He was the Mayor of Belgrade in 1997, and long-time opposition politician and a doctor in philosophy.

Đinđić was one of the original thirteen restorers of the modern day Democratic Party, becoming its president in 1994. During the 1990s, he was one of the co-leaders of the opposition to the administration of Slobodan Milošević, and became the Prime Minister of Serbia in 2001 after the overthrow of Milošević. As Prime Minister, he advocated pro-democratic reforms and the integration of Serbia into European structures.

He was assassinated in 2003 by Zvezdan Jovanović, a former Special Forces operative with ties to the Zemun Clan.

Zoran Živković (politician)

Zoran Živković (Serbian Cyrillic: Зоран Живковић, pronounced [zɔ̌.ran ʒǐːʋ.kɔ.ʋitɕ]; born 22 December 1960) is a Serbian politician who was the Prime Minister of Serbia from 2003 to 2004. He is the leader of the liberal New Party.

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