Dragan Maršićanin

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Dragan Maršićanin
Драган Маршићанин
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Serbian Ambassador to Switzerland
In office
4 July 2004 – 27 January 2009
Succeeded by Milan St. Protić
Minister of Economy
In office
3 March 2004 – 10 May 2004
Preceded by Post established
(Split from Ministry of Finance and Economy)
Succeeded by Zora Simović (Acting)
Predrag Bubalo
President of Serbia
Acting
In office
4 February 2004 – 3 March 2004
Prime Minister Zoran Živković
Preceded by Nataša Mićić (Acting)
Succeeded by Vojislav Mihailović (Acting)
6th President of the National Assembly of Serbia[1]
In office
22 January 2001 – 6 December 2001
Preceded by Dragan Tomić
Succeeded by Nataša Mićić
In office
4 February 2004 – 3 March 2004
Preceded by Nataša Mićić
Succeeded by Predrag Marković
Personal details
Born (1950-01-26) 26 January 1950 (age 64)
Belgrade, FPR Yugoslavia
Political party Democratic Party of Serbia
Profession Economist
Religion Serbian Orthodox

Dragan Maršićanin[pronunciation?] (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Маршићанин; born 26 January 1950) is a Serbian politician. He was the ambassador of Serbia to Switzerland, serving from 2004 to 2009. He was also Serbian Minister of Economy, but his position was put on hold when he decided to run for president in 2004. He later resigned from the position and was replaced by Predrag Bubalo in October, 2004.

In the Serbian presidential election, 2004 Maršićanin finished 4th with 13.3% of the vote.

He has been President of the National Assembly of Serbia in 2001 and 2004 and the interim acting President of Serbia between 4 February and 3 March 2004.

Maršićanin graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics. Following university studies, he worked for companies such as Elektron, Novi Kolektiv and Belgrade Water Utility Company. He has been a member of the Democratic Party of Serbia since the party's founding. For a time he was the secretary of party, and currently is its vice-president. He served as chairman of Vračar municipality in Belgrade until 1996.

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  1. ^ B92 (24 June 2004). "Konačni rezultati izbora" (in Serbian). B92. Retrieved 24 June 2004. 
Government offices
Preceded by
Nataša Mićić
Acting
President of Serbia
Acting

2004
Succeeded by
Vojislav Mihailović
Acting
Preceded by
Dragan Tomić
President of the National Assembly of Serbia
2001
Succeeded by
Nataša Mićić
Preceded by
Nataša Mićić
President of the National Assembly of Serbia
2004
Succeeded by
Predrag Marković