Prime Minister of Serbia

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President of the Government of Serbia
Председник Владе Србије
Predsednik Vlade Srbije
Coat of arms of Serbia.svg
Flag of Serbia.svg
Milos Vucevic Minister of Defence.jpg
Incumbent
Miloš Vučević
since 2 May 2024
Government of Serbia
Style His Excellency
Type Head of government
Member of Government
Seat Nemanjina Street 11
Nominator The President
Appointer National Assembly
Term length No term limit
Formation27 August 1805
First holder Matija Nenadović
Unofficial namesPrime minister
Deputy First Deputy Prime Minister
Salary148,772 Serbian dinars/1,257 monthly
Website srbija.gov.rs

The prime minister of Serbia (Serbian Cyrillic : премијер Србије, romanized: premijer Srbije; feminine: премијерка/premijerka), officially the President of the Government of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian Cyrillic : председник Владе Републике Србије, romanized: predsednik Vlade Republike Srbije; feminine: председница/predsednica) is the head of the government of Serbia. [1] :38 The role of the prime minister is to direct the work of the government, and submits to the National Assembly the government's program, including a list of proposed ministers. The resignation of the prime minister results in the dismissal of the government.

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The first officeholder was Matija Nenadović, who became prime minister on 27 August 1805. [2] The current prime minister, Miloš Vučević (who is also the current president of the Serbian Progressive Party) was nominated by the president of the Republic, Aleksandar Vučić, and elected and appointed along with his cabinet by the National Assembly on 2 May 2024. [3]

History of the office

During the period of Revolutionary Serbia, the title of the principal executive minister was President of the Governing Council (Serbian Cyrillic : Председник правитељствујушчег совјета сербског, romanized: Predsednik praviteljstvujuščeg sovjeta serbskog; lit.'President of the ruling Serbian Soviet'). [4] [5] [6] [7] 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 Council of Ministers (Председник Министарског савета / Predsednik Ministarskog saveta).

Under the communist regime after 1945, Serbia got a sort of separate KPJ-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 of Serbia

Revolutionary Serbia (1804–1813)

Presidents of the Administering Council (1805–1814)
No.PortraitName
(Birth–Death)
Term of officeCabinet Head of State
(Grand Vožd)
(Reign)
Ref(s)
Took officeLeft officeTime in office
1 Portrait of Prota Mateja Nenadovic (Uros Knezevic, 1852).jpg Matija Nenadović
(1777–1854)
27 August
1805
April
1807
1 year, 217 days М. Nenadović Đorđe Petrović
(Karađorđe)

Karadorde Petrovic, by Vladimir Borovikovsky, 1816.jpg
(1804–1813)
[2] [8] [9]
2 Mladen Milovanovic.jpg Mladen Milovanović
(1760–1823)
April
1807
31 December
1810
3 years, 274 days Milovanović [9] [10] :70
3 Jakov nenadovic (cropped).jpg Jakov Nenadović
(1765–1836)
31 December
1810
11 January
1811
11 days Ј. Nenadović [10] :70–74 [11]
4 Karadorde Petrovic, by Vladimir Borovikovsky, 1816.jpg Đorđe Petrović
(Karađorđe)

(1768–1817)
11 January
1811
3 October
1813
2 years, 265 days Petrović [10] :73–74 [12] [13]

Principality of Serbia (1815–1882)

   Conservative Party    Liberal Party    Serbian Progressive Party    Independent

No.PortraitName
(Birth–Death)
Term of officePartyNoteHead of State
Representatives of the Prince
1815–1861
Grand Vožd (1815–17)
Prince (1817–82)
5 Petar Nikolajevic Moler1.jpg Petar Nikolajević Moler
Петар Николајевић Молер
(1775–1816)
21 November 181516 May 1816 Independent Miloš Obrenović
MilosObrenovic 1848.jpg
(1815–1839)
6 Jevrem Obrenovic.jpg Jevrem Obrenović
Јеврем Обреновић
(1790–1856)


Jevrem Obrenovic Signature.png
18211826 Independent The youngest brother of Prince Miloš Obrenović.
7 No image.png Miloje Todorović
Милоје Тодоровић
(1762–1832)
18261826 Independent
8 Dimitrije Davidovic1.jpg Dimitrije Davidović
Димитрије Давидовић
(1789–1839)


Dimitrije Davidovic signature.jpg
18261829 Independent
9 No image.png Koca Marković
Коца Марковић
(1795–1836)
15 February 183528 March 1836 Independent
N/A Stefan Stefanovic Tenka.jpg Tenka Stefanović
Стефан Стефановић Тенка
(1797–1865)
28 March 183626 February 1839 Independent Acting.
10 Avram Petronijevic.jpg Avram Petronijević
Аврам Петронијевић
(1791–1852)
26 February 18397 April 1840 Independent First term.
Mihailo Obrenović
Mihailo Obrenovic III.jpg
(1839–1842)
No image.png Paun Janković
Паун Јанковић
(1808–1865)
7 April 184015 May 1840 Independent Acting.
11 No image.png Đorđe Protić
Ђорђе Протић
(1793–1857)
15 May 18407 September 1842 Independent
(10) Avram Petronijevic.jpg Avram Petronijević
Аврам Петронијевић
(1791–1852)
7 September 18426 October 1843 Independent Second term.
Alexander Karađorđević
PrinceAlexander I w.jpg
(1842–1858)
12 Aleksa Simic crop.jpg Aleksa Simić
Алекса Симић
(1800–1872)
6 October 184311 October 1844 Independent First term.
(10) Avram Petronijevic.jpg Avram Petronijević
Аврам Петронијевић
(1791–1852)
11 October 184422 April 1852 Independent Third term. Died in Constantinople while on official visit to the Ottoman Empire.
13 Ilija Garasanin table crop.jpg Ilija Garašanin
Илија Гарашанин
(1812–1874)
22 April 185226 March 1853 Independent First term.
(12) Aleksa Simic crop.jpg Aleksa Simić
Алекса Симић
(1800–1872)
26 March 185328 December 1855 Independent Second term.
14 No image.png Aleksa Janković
Алекса Јанковић
(1806–1869)
28 December 185510 June 1856 Independent
Stefan Markovitsh.jpg Stefan Marković
Стефан Марковић
(1804–1864)
10 June 185628 September 1856 Independent Acting.
(12) Aleksa Simic crop.jpg Aleksa Simić
Алекса Симић
(1800–1872)
28 September 18561 July 1857 Independent Third term.
15 Stefan Markovitsh.jpg Stefan Marković
Стефан Марковић
(1804–1864)
1 July 185712 June 1858 Independent
16 Stevan Magazinovic.jpg Stevan Magazinović
Стеван Магазиновић
(1804–1874)


Stefan Magazinovic Signature.png
12 June 185818 April 1859 Independent
Miloš Obrenović
MilosObrenovic 1848.jpg
(1858–1860)
17 Cvetko Rajovic.jpg Cvetko Rajović
Цветко Рајовић
(1793–1873)


Cvetko Rajovic Signature.png
18 April 18598 November 1860 Independent
Mihailo Obrenović
Mihailo Obrenovic III.jpg
(1860–1868)
18 Filip Hristic1.jpg Filip Hristić
Филип Христић
(1819–1905)


Signature Filip Hristic.png
8 November 186021 October 1861 Independent
Presidents of the Ministry
1861–1882
(13) Ilija Garasanin table crop.jpg Ilija Garašanin
Илија Гарашанин
(1812–1874)
21 October 186115 November 1867 Conservative Party Second term.
19 Jovan Ristic Crop.jpg Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
(1831–1899)


Jovan Ristic signature.png
15 November 18673 December 1867 Liberal Party First term.
20 Nikola Hristic cropped.jpg Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић
(1818–1911)


Nikola Hristic Signature.png
3 December 18673 July 1868 Conservative Party First term.
Milan Obrenović
KraljMilanObrenovic.jpg
(1868–1882)
21 Djordje Tsenitsh.jpg Đorđe Cenić
Ђорђе Ценић
(1825–1903)
3 July 18688 August 1869 Conservative Party
22 Radivoj Milojkovic.jpg Radivoje Milojković
Радивоје Милојковић
(1833–1888)
8 August 186922 August 1872 Liberal Party Removed from office when Prince Milan Obrenović, aged eighteen, came of age and appointed a new government.
23 Milivoje Petrovic Blaznavac 1.jpg Milivoje Petrović Blaznavac
Миливоје Петровић Блазнавац
(1824–1873)

Milivoje P Blaznavac Signature.png
22 August 18725 April 1873 Independent Military officer (general).
Died in office of natural causes.
(19) Jovan Ristic Crop.jpg Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
(1831–1899)


Jovan Ristic signature.png
5 April 18733 November 1873 Liberal Party Second term; acting until 14 April 1873
24 Jovan Marinovic.jpg Jovan Marinović
Јован Мариновић
(1821–1893)
3 November 18737 December 1874 Serbian Progressive Party
25 Acim Cumic.jpg Aćim Čumić
Аћим Чумић
(1836–1901)
7 December 18743 February 1875 Serbian Progressive Party
26 No image.png Danilo Stefanović
Данило Стефановић
(1815–1886)
3 February 187531 August 1875 Conservative Party
27 Stevca Mihailovic - Srbadija crop.jpg Stevča Mihailović
Стевча Михаиловић
(1804–1888)


Stevca Mihailovic Signature.png
31 August 18758 October 1875 Liberal Party First term.
28 Ljubomir Kaljevic1.jpg Ljubomir Kaljević
Љубомир Каљевић
(1841–1907)
8 October 18756 May 1876 Serbian Progressive Party
(27) Stevca Mihailovic - Srbadija crop.jpg Stevča Mihailović
Стевча Михаиловић
(1804–1888)


Stevca Mihailovic Signature.png
6 May 187613 October 1878 Liberal Party Second term.
(19) Jovan Ristic Crop.jpg Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
(1831–1899)


Jovan Ristic signature.png
13 October 18782 November 1880 Liberal Party Third term.
29 Milan Pirocanac.png Milan Piroćanac
Милан Пироћанац
(1837–1897)


Milan Pirocanac Latin Signature.png
2 November 18806 March 1882 Serbian Progressive Party

Kingdom of Serbia (1882–1918)

   Serbian Progressive Party    Conservative Party    Liberal Party    People's Radical Party    Independent Radical Party    Independent

No.PortraitName
(Birth–Death)
Term of officePartyNoteMonarch
Presidents of the Ministry
1882–1903
(29) Milan Pirocanac.png Milan Piroćanac
Милан Пироћанац
(1837–1897)


Milan Pirocanac Latin Signature.png
6 March 18823 October 1883 Serbian Progressive Party Milan Obrenović

KraljMilanObrenovic.jpg
(1882–1889)

(20) Nikola Hristic cropped.jpg Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић
(1818–1911)


Nikola Hristic Signature.png
3 October 188319 February 1884 Conservative Party Second term.
30 Milutin Garasanin1.jpg Milutin Garašanin
Милутин Гарашанин
(1843–1908)
19 February 188413 June 1887 Serbian Progressive Party
(19) Jovan Ristic Crop.jpg Jovan Ristić
Јован Ристић
(1831–1899)


Jovan Ristic signature.png
13 June 18871 January 1888 Liberal Party Fourth term.
31 Sava Grujic crop.jpg Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
(1840–1913)
1 January 188827 April 1888 People's Radical Party First term.
(20) Nikola Hristic cropped.jpg Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић
(1818–1911)


Nikola Hristic Signature.png
27 April 188819 January 1889 Conservative Party Third term.
32 Kosta Protic cropped.jpg Kosta Protić
Коста Протић
(1831–1892)
19 January 18897 March 1889 Independent Military officer (general).
(31) Sava Grujic crop.jpg Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
(1840–1913)
7 March 188923 February 1891 People's Radical Party Second term. Alexander Obrenović
AleksandarObrenovic.jpg
(1889–1903)
33 Nikola Pasic cph.3b31626.jpg Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић
(1845–1926)


SignatureNikolaPasic.png
23 February 189122 August 1892 People's Radical Party First term.
34 Jovan Avakumovic Crop.jpg Jovan Avakumović
Јован Авакумовић
(1841–1928)


Jovan Avakumovic Signature.png
22 August 189213 April 1893 Liberal Party First term. Removed from office when King Alexander Obrenović, aged seventeen, staged a coup d'état , proclaimed himself of age and dismissed the regents and their government.
35 Lazar Dokic1.jpg Lazar Dokić
Лазар Докић
(1845–1893)
13 April 18935 December 1893 People's Radical Party Died in office of natural causes.
(31) Sava Grujic crop.jpg Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
(1840–1913)
5 December 189324 January 1894 People's Radical Party Third term.
36 Dorde Simic2.jpg Đorđe Simić
Ђорђе Симић
(1843–1921)
24 January 18943 April 1894 People's Radical Party First term.
37 Svetomir Nikolajevitsh.jpg Svetomir Nikolajević
Светомир Николајевић
(1844–1922)
3 April 189427 October 1894 People's Radical Party
(20) Nikola Hristic cropped.jpg Nikola Hristić
Никола Христић
(1818–1911)


Nikola Hristic Signature.png
27 October 18947 July 1895 Conservative Party Fourth term.
38 Stojan Novakovic with signature cropped.jpg Stojan Novaković
Стојан Новаковић
(1842–1915)


Stojan Novakovic Signature.png
7 July 189527 December 1896 Serbian Progressive Party First term.
(36) Dorde Simic2.jpg Đorđe Simić
Ђорђе Симић
(1843–1921)
27 December 189619 October 1897 People's Radical Party Second term.
39 VladanDjordjevic.jpg Vladan Đorđević
Владан Ђорђевић
(1844–1930)


Vladan Djordjevic Signature.png
19 October 189725 July 1900 Serbian Progressive Party
40 AleksaSJovanovic--dasknigreichse03kaniuoft.jpg Aleksa Jovanović
Алекса Јовановић
(1846–1920)
25 July 19003 April 1901 Independent
41 MijailVujic--dasknigreichse03kaniuoft.jpg Mihailo Vujić
Михаило Вујић
(1853–1913)
3 April 190120 October 1902 People's Radical Party
42 Petar Velimirovic.jpg Petar Velimirović
Петар Велимировић
(1848–1921)
20 October 190220 November 1902 People's Radical Party First term.
43 General Dimitrije Cincar Markovic.jpg Dimitrije Cincar-Marković
Димитрије Цинцар-Марковић
(1849–1903)
20 November 190211 June 1903 Independent Military officer (general).
Assassinated during the May Coup.
Presidents of the Ministerial Council
1903–1918
(34) Jovan Avakumovic Crop.jpg Jovan Avakumović
Јован Авакумовић
(1841–1928)


Jovan Avakumovic Signature.png
11 June 19034 October 1903 Liberal Party Second term. Peter Karađorđević
PetarI-Karadjordjevic.jpg
(1903–1918)
(31) Sava Grujic crop.jpg Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
(1840–1913)
4 October 190310 December 1904 People's Radical Party Fourth term.
(33) Nikola Pasic cph.3b31626.jpg Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић
(1845–1926)


SignatureNikolaPasic.png
10 December 190428 May 1905 People's Radical Party Second term.
44 Portrait of Ljubomir Stojanovic.png Ljubomir Stojanović
Љубомир Стојановић
(1860–1930)


Ljubomir Stojanovic signature.png
28 May 19057 March 1906 Independent Radical Party
(31) Sava Grujic crop.jpg Sava Grujić
Сава Грујић
(1840–1913)
7 March 190629 April 1906 People's Radical Party Fifth term.
(33) Nikola Pasic cph.3b31626.jpg Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић
(1845–1926)


SignatureNikolaPasic.png
29 April 190620 July 1908 People's Radical Party Third term.
(42) Petar Velimirovic.jpg Petar Velimirović
Петар Велимировић
(1848–1921)
20 July 190822 February 1909 People's Radical Party Second term.
(38) Stojan Novakovic with signature cropped.jpg Stojan Novaković
Стојан Новаковић
(1842–1915)


Stojan Novakovic Signature.png
22 February 190924 October 1909 Serbian Progressive Party Second term.
(33) Nikola Pasic cph.3b31626.jpg Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић
(1845–1926)


SignatureNikolaPasic.png
24 October 19094 July 1911 People's Radical Party Fourth term.
45 Milovan Milovanovic.jpg Milovan Milovanović
Милован Миловановић
(1863–1912)
4 July 191118 June 1912 People's Radical Party Died in office of natural causes.
46 Marko Trifkovic cropped.jpg Marko Trifković
Марко Трифковић
(1864–1928)
18 June 191212 September 1912 People's Radical Party
(33) Nikola Pasic cph.3b31626.jpg Nikola Pašić
Никола Пашић
(1845–1926)


SignatureNikolaPasic.png
12 September 19121 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

No.PortraitName
(Birth–Death)
Term of officePartyNote
President of the Executive Council of the Supreme National Liberation Council
1941–1945
Petar Stambolic 1958.jpg Petar Stambolić
Петар Стамболић
(1912–2007)


Petar Stambolic Signature.png
September 19417 March 1945 Communist Party of Yugoslavia
Minister for Serbia
1945
Jasa Prodanovic.jpg Jaša Prodanović
Јаша Продановић
(1867–1948)
7 March 19459 April 1945 Communist Party of Yugoslavia
Prime Ministers
1945–1953
1
(47)
Blagoje Neskovic.jpg Blagoje Nešković
Благоје Нешковић
(1907–1984)
9 April 19455 September 1948 Communist Party of Yugoslavia
2
(48)
Petar Stambolic 1958.jpg Petar Stambolić
Петар Стамболић
(1912–2007)


Petar Stambolic Signature.png
5 September 19485 February 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia
(renamed in 1952)
League of Communists of Yugoslavia
President of the Executive Council
1953–1991
(2)
(48)
Petar Stambolic 1958.jpg Petar Stambolić
Петар Стамболић
(1912–2007)


Petar Stambolic Signature.png
5 February 195316 December 1953 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
3
(49)
Stevan Kragujevic, Jovan Veselinov, osamdesetih godina.JPG Jovan Veselinov
Јован Веселинов
(1906–1982)
16 December 19536 April 1957 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
4
(50)
Milos Minic Cropped.jpg Miloš Minić
Милош Минић
(1914–2003)


Milos Minic Signature.png
6 April 19579 June 1962 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
5
(51)
Stevan Kragujevic, Slobodan Penezic Krcun.JPG Slobodan Penezić Krcun
Слободан Пенезић Крцун
(1918–1964)
9 June 19626 November 1964 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Killed in a suspicious traffic accident.
Stevan Doronjski.jpg Stevan Doronjski
Стеван Дороњски
(1919–1981)
6 November 196417 November 1964 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Acting
(after Penezić's death)
6
(52)
No image.png Dragi Stamenković
Драги Стаменковић
(1920–2004)
17 November 19646 June 1967 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
7
(53)
No image.png Đurica Jojkić
Ђурица Јојкић
(1914–1981)
6 June 19677 May 1969 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
8
(54)
Milenko Bojanic.jpg Milenko Bojanić
Миленко Бојанић
(1924–1987)
7 May 19696 May 1974 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
9
(55)
Dusan Ckrebic.jpg Dušan Čkrebić
Душан Чкребић
(1927–2022)


Dusan Ckrebic Signature.png
6 May 19746 May 1978 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
10
(56)
Ivan Stambolic (cropped).jpg Ivan Stambolić
Иван Стамболић
(1936–2000)
6 May 19785 May 1982 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
11
(57)
Branislav Ikonic.jpg Branislav Ikonić
Бранислав Иконић
(1928–2002)
5 May 19826 May 1986 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
12
(58)
Desimir Jevtic.jpg Desimir Jevtić
Десимир Јевтић
(1938–2017)


Desimir Jevtic Signature.png
6 May 19865 December 1989 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
13
(59)
No image.png Stanko Radmilović
Станко Радмиловић
(1936–2018)
5 December 198915 January 1991 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
(until 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

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

No.PortraitName
(Birth–Death)
Term of officePartyCabinetCompositionElection
Prime Ministers
1991 onwards
1
(60)
DragutinZelenovic.jpg Dragutin Zelenović
Драгутин Зеленовић
(1928–2020)


Dragutin Zelenovic Signature.png
11 February 1991

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

10 February 1993
Socialist Party of Serbia Božović SPS
3
(62)
Nikola Sainovic.png Nikola Šainović
Никола Шаиновић
(born 1948)
10 February 1993

18 March 1994
Socialist Party of Serbia Šainović SPS
(minority government
supported by SRS)
1992
4
(63)
Mirko Marjanović
Мирко Марјановић
(1937–2006)
18 March 1994

24 October 2000
Socialist Party of Serbia Marjanović I SPSND 1993
Marjanović II SPSJULSRS 1997
5
(64)
No image.png Milomir Minić
Миломир Минић
(born 1950)
25 October 2000

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


Zoran Djindjic signature.svg
25 January 2001

12 March 2003
( assassinated in office)
Democratic Party
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Đinđić DOS 2000
Nebojsa Covic Cropped.jpg Nebojša Čović
Небојша Човић
(born 1958)


Nebojsa Covic Signature.png
12 March 2003

17 March 2003
Democratic Alternative
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Acting
Zarko Korac Cropped.jpg Žarko Korać
Жарко Кораћ
(born 1947)
17 March 2003

18 March 2003
Social Democratic Union
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Acting
7
(66)
Zoran Zivkovic MC Cropped.jpg Zoran Živković
Зоран Живковић
(born 1960)


Zoran Zivkovic Signature.png
18 March 2003

4 March 2004
Democratic Party
(Democratic Opposition of Serbia)
Živković DOS
8
(67)
Vojislav Kostunica 2005.jpg Vojislav Koštunica
Војислав Коштуница
(born 1944)


Signature of Vojislav Kostunica.png
4 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    Democratic Party    Socialist Party of Serbia    Serbian Progressive Party    Independent

No.PortraitName
(Birth–Death)
Term of officePartyCabinetCompositionElection President
Prime Ministers
(2006 onwards)
1
(67)
Vojislav Kostunica 2005.jpg Vojislav Koštunica
Војислав Коштуница
(born 1944)


Signature of Vojislav Kostunica.png
5 June 2006

7 July 2008
Democratic Party of Serbia Koštunica I DSSG17+SPONS
(minority government
supported by SPS)
2003 Boris Tadić
Boris Tadic 2010.jpg
(2006–2012)
Koštunica II DSDSSG17+
NSSDP
2007
2
(68)
Mirko Cvetkovic.jpg Mirko Cvetković
Мирко Цветковић
(born 1950)


Mirko Cvetkovic Signature.png
7 July 2008

27 July 2012
Independent [lower-alpha 1] Cvetković DSSPSG17+SDPS
PUPSSPOSDAS
2008
3
(69)
Ivica Dacic 2013.jpg Ivica Dačić
Ивица Дачић
(born 1966)


Ivica Dacic Signature.png
27 July 2012

27 April 2014
Socialist Party of Serbia Dačić SNSSPSSDPS
PUPSNSSDASPS
URS
(until 2013)
2012 Tomislav Nikolić
Tomislav Nikolic, official portrait (cropped).jpg
(2012–2017)
4
(70)
Aleksandar Vucic 2019 (cropped).jpg Aleksandar Vučić
Александар Вучић
(born 1970)


Signature Aleksandar Vucic.png
27 April 2014

31 May 2017
Serbian Progressive Party Vučić I SNSSPS
SDPSPSNS
2014
Vučić II SNSSPS
SDPSPSPUPS
2016
Ivica Dacic 10.06.2021 01 (cropped).jpg Ivica Dačić
Ивица Дачић
(born 1966)


Ivica Dacic Signature.png
31 May 2017

29 June 2017
Socialist Party of Serbia Acting Aleksandar Vučić
Aleksandar Vucic 2019 (cropped).jpg
(2017–)
5
(71)
Ana Brnabic at the European Commission.jpg Ana Brnabić
Ана Брнабић
(born 1975)


Ana Brnabic Signature.png
29 June 2017

20 March 2024
Independent [lower-alpha 2]
(until October 2019)
Brnabić SNSSPSSDPS
PSPUPSSNP
Serbian Progressive Party
(from October 2019) [14]
Brnabić II SNSSPSSPAS
SDPSPUPSPSSNP
2020
Brnabić III SNSSPSDSHVSDPS
PUPSJSSPP
2022
Ivica Dacic (cropped).jpg Ivica Dačić
Ивица Дачић
(born 1966)


Ivica Dacic Signature.png
20 March 2024

2 May 2024
Socialist Party of Serbia Acting
6
(72)
Milos Vucevic Minister of Defence (cropped) (cropped).jpg Miloš Vučević
Милош Вучевић
(born 1974)

2 May 2024

Incumbent
Serbian Progressive Party Vučević SNSSPSDSHVSDPS
PUPSPSSNPSPPSSZ
2023

Timeline

1805–1918

Marko TrifkovićMilovan MilovanovićLjubomir StojanovićDimitrije Cincar-MarkovićPetar VelimirovićMihailo VujićAleksa Jovanović (politician)Vladan ĐorđevićStojan NovakovićSvetomir NikolajevićĐorđe SimićLazar DokićJovan AvakumovićNikola PašićKosta ProtićSava GrujićMilutin GarašaninMilan PiroćanacLjubomir KaljevićStevča MihailovićDanilo StefanovićAćim ČumićJovan MarinovićMilivoje Petrović BlaznavacRadivoje MilojkovićĐorđe CenićNikola HristićJovan RistićFilip HristićCvetko RajovićStevan MagazinovićStefan Marković (politician)Aleksa JankovićIlija GarašaninAleksa SimićĐorđe ProtićPaun JankovićAvram PetronijevićTenka StefanovićKoca MarkovićDimitrije DavidovićMiloje TodorovićJevrem ObrenovićPetar Nikolajević MolerKarađorđeJakov NenadovićMladen MilovanovićMatija NenadovićPrime Minister of Serbia

1941–present

Miloš VučevićAna BrnabićAleksandar VučićIvica DačićMirko CvetkovićVojislav KoštunicaZoran Živković (politician)Žarko KoraćNebojša ČovićZoran ĐinđićMilomir MinićMirko MarjanovićNikola ŠainovićRadoman BožovićDragutin ZelenovićStanko RadmilovićDesimir JevtićBranislav IkonićIvan StambolićDušan ČkrebićMilenko BojanićĐurica JojkićDragi StamenkovićStevan DoronjskiSlobodan Penezić KrcunMiloš MinićJovan VeselinovBlagoje NeškovićJaša ProdanovićPetar StambolićPrime Minister of Serbia

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