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.

Prime Minister of
Serbia and Montenegro
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Serbia and Montenegro
Formation14 July 1992
First holderMilan Panić
Final holderSvetozar Marović
Abolished3 June 2006
SuccessionSerbia Vojislav Koštunica
Montenegro Milo Đukanović

Prime Ministers

There were five Presidents of the Federal Government of the FR Yugoslavia after its assertion of independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) in 1992 up until its dissolution in 2003. Svetozar Marović of the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro was the only Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro after its constitutional reforms and reconstitution as a confederacy. He was inaugurated on March 7, 2003. After the declaration of independence of Montenegro, on June 3, 2006, the Chairman of the Council of Ministers announced on June 4, 2006 the termination of his office.[1]

  Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro   Socialist People's Party of Montenegro   Independent

No. Head of Government Lifespan Ethnicity Term of office Party Note
Presidents of the Federal Government
1992–2003
1 Milan Panić Milan Panić 1929– Serbian American 14 July
1992
9 February
1993
Independent
2 Radoje Kontić Radoje Kontić 1937– Montenegrin 9 February
1993
19 May
1998
Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro
3 Momir Bulatović Momir Bulatović 1956– Montenegrin 19 May
1998
4 November
2000
Socialist People's Party of Montenegro Resigned on 9 October 2000, after the Bulldozer Revolution.
4 Zoran Žižić Zoran Žižić 1951–2013 Montenegrin 4 November
2000
24 July
2001
Socialist People's Party of Montenegro Resigned on 29 June 2001, in protest over the extradition of Slobodan Milošević to the ICTY.
5 Dragiša Pešić Dragiša Pešić 1954–2016 Montenegrin 24 July
2001
7 March
2003
Socialist People's Party of Montenegro
Chairman of the Council of Ministers
2003–2006
6 Svetozar Marović Svetozar Marović 1955– Montenegrin 7 March
2003
3 June
2006
Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro Also head of state as President of Serbia and Montenegro (offices merged).

Living former Prime Ministers

Name Term Date of birth
Milan Panić 1992–1993 20 December 1929
Radoje Kontić 1993–1998 31 May 1937
Momir Bulatović 1998–2000 21 September 1956
Svetozar Marović 2003–2006 31 March 1955

See also

References

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Svetozar Marović (Serbian Cyrillic: Светозар Маровић; born 31 March 1955) is a Montenegrin lawyer and politician. He served as the president and prime minister of Serbia and Montenegro from 2003 until Montenegro declared its independence in 2006.

Marović was born in Kotor to a Grbalj father and Montenegrin mother. Kotor was the closest town with a maternity ward but he considers Budva his hometown. He grew up there, and ever since his career in high politics took off, his extended family is one of the most affluent in Budva.

He received his degree from Veljko Vlahović University's Faculty of Law in Titograd.

On 15 December 2015, he was arrested in Montenegro for charges of corruption, and on 18 August 2017 his family's assets were frozen.

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