Government of Vojvodina

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The Government of Vojvodina is the executive organ of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. For its actions it is accountable to the Assembly of Vojvodina. The rights and duties of the government are laid down by the Constitution of Serbia and by the Statute of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina as its supreme legal act.

Competences[edit]

In the past years the government has undertaken a wide range of intensive activities aimed at regaining the competencies of the province, making a survey of the situation in all fields and undertaking measures to develop the provincial economy and agriculture. It has encouraged consolidation of economic and financial trends in the province, the increase in the standard of living, the advancement of health care, education, culture and a greater implementation of minority rights of all national communities. The aim has also been to develop sociological, cultural and other characteristics of the province.

Current Government[edit]

Position Portfolio Name Party
President General Affairs Bojan Pajtić DS
Vice President Economy, employment, and gender equality Miroslav Vasin DS
Vice President Agriculture, water management and forestry Branislav Bogaroški LSV
Vice President Education, governance and ethnic communities Mihály Nyilas SVM
Member Science, technological advancement and high education Vladimir Pavlov none
Member Culture and information Slaviša Grujić LSV
Member Urbanization, construction and ecology Slobodan Puzović DS
Member Health, social policy and demography Prof. dr Vesna Kopitović DS
Member Finances Zoran Radoman DS
Member Inter-regional cooperation and local government Branislav Bugarski DS
Member Energy and mineral resources Nenad Stanković none
Member Sports and youth Marinika Čobanu LSV

Former governments[edit]

2008–2012[edit]

Position Portfolio Name Party
President General Affairs Bojan Pajtić DS
Vice President Information Ana Tomanova Makanova DS
Vice President Regional and International Cooperation Ivana Dulić Marković G17 Plus
Vice President Dušan Jakovljev LSV
Vice President Economy István Pásztor SVM
Member Finance Jovica Đukić DS
Member Agriculture, water management and forestry Daniel Petrović LSV
Member Education Zoltán Jeges SVM
Member Culture Milorad Đurić DS
Member Health Attila Csengeri DS
Member Regulations, governance and national minorities Tamás Korhecz SVM
Member Energy and mineral resources Radoslav Striković SPS
Member Science and technological advancement Dragoslav Petrović DS
Member Architecture and urbanization Dušanka Sremački DS
Member Welfare and demographics Novka Mojić DS
Member Labor, employment, and gender equality Miroslav Vasin DS
Member Sport and youth Modest Dulić DS
Member Environmental protection issues and sustainable development Slobodan Puzović DS
Member Local government and intermunicipal cooperation Jadranka Beljan-Balaban G17 Plus

2012–2014[edit]

Position Portfolio Name Party
President General Affairs Bojan Pajtić DS
Vice President Science, technological advancement and high education Prof. dr Dragoslav Petrović DS
Vice President Agriculture, water management and forestry Goran Ješić DS
Vice President Culture and information Slaviša Grujić LSV
Vice President Education, governance and ethnic communities Mr Andor Deli SVM
Member Economy, employment, and gender equality Miroslav Vasin DS
Member Finances Zoran Radoman DS
Member Urbanization, construction and ecology Slobodan Puzović DS
Member Energy and mineral resources Nataša Pavićević Bajić DS
Member Inter-regional cooperation and local government Branislav Bugarski DS
Member Sports and youth Marinika Čobanu LSV
Member Health, social policy and demography Prof. dr Vesna Kopitović DS

Building[edit]

Banovina Palace, the seat of the Government of Vojvodina.

The building, known as Banovina Palace, is the seat of the Government of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The building is located in Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina.

Before World War II, it was the administration centre of the Danube Banovina (or Banate of Danube) and residence of the Ban of Danube, who ruled over the Danube Banovina.

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