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|71st Mayor of Belgrade|
3 October 2004 – 27 September 2007
|Preceded by||Radmila Hrustanović|
|Succeeded by||Dragan Đilas|
|Born||May 12, 1954
Beška, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia
|Died||September 27, 2007
|Alma mater||University of Belgrade|
Education and career
Bogdanović finished Special School for Gifted Matematička gimnazija - Special Mathematical Gymnasium (a school of Special National Interest), graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Electrical Engineering in 1978. He earned his postgraduate degree of Magister of Sciences in Electrical Engineering three years later. Bogdanović was a vice-president of the Democratic Party.
For two decades, he had been engaged in telecommunications, first on research and development and, later on, on managerial jobs as well, first in "Pupin", and then in other companies engaged in this field. In 1989, he was appointed Director of the joint venture of Messrs. GTE Telecommunications and EI Pupin. Two years later, he became the Commercial Manager and, as of 1996, he had been the General Manager of Alkatel Pupin Jugoslavija.
Bogdanović has been a member of the Democratic Party (DP) since 1992, which elected him the Chairman of Zemun Board as early as 1993, thereafter the Vice Chairman of the City Board and the commissioner for Belgrade. He also served as an MP in the National Parliament of Serbia.
Bogdanović was elected to office in 2004 and served until his death in 2007 of Hodgkin's Disease. Afterwards, Zoran Alimpić became acting Mayor of Belgrade, and was eventually succeeded by Dragan Đilas.
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|Mayor of Belgrade
2004 – 2007
Zoran Alimpić (acting)