Milutin Vučinić

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Milutin Mijajlov Vučinić (12 April 1869, Gornji Rogami, Piperi, Montenegro – 14 September 1922, Rome, Italy) was a Montenegrin soldier and politician.

Biography[edit]

Milutin Mijajlov Vučinić was the son of brigadeer Mijajlo Nišina Vučinić and Marica Vučinić (née Marković). He graduated from a military academy in Italy. During the First Balkan War, he commanded the Spuž brigade.

On 4/17 February 1919, Milutin Vučinić was named the Minister of the Military of the Government of the Kingdom of Montenegro in Exile, a position which he held until his death.

On 15 June 1921, he was also named Minister of Finance of the Government in Exile, a position which he held until September 1922.

On 13 January 1922, he became the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenegro in Exile, a position he held for exactly a month.

Milutin died of a heart attack on 14 September 1922 in Rome at the age of 53. He was survived by his wife Marija Vučinić (née Plamenac), from Crmnica, his three sons: Dragutin, Niša and Vladimir "Vlada" and his two daughters: Draginja and Darinka.

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Preceded by
Jovan Plamenac
Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenegro in Exile
13 January 1922 - 13 February 1922
Succeeded by
Anto Gvozdenović