Boško Perošević

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Boško Perošević
Бошко Перошевић
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Chairman of the Executive Council of Vojvodina
In office
February 1993 – 13 May 2000
Preceded by Koviljko Lovre
Succeeded by Damnjan Radenković
Personal details
Born (1956-09-17)17 September 1956
Ratkovo, Odžaci,
FPR Yugoslavia
Died 13 May 2000(2000-05-13) (aged 43)
Novi Sad, FR Yugoslavia
Nationality Serbian
Political party Socialist Party of Serbia
Spouse(s) Marina Perošević[1]

Boško Perošević (Serbian: Бошко Перошевић; 17 September 1956–13 May 2000) was a Serbian politician and former Chairman of the Executive Council of Vojvodina.[2]

Perošević was born in a village of Ratkovo near Odžaci. He completed elementary and secondary school in his born village of Ratkovo and Odžaci, then Higher School of machine engineering and Economical Faculty in Subotica and was masters degreed at Technological Faculty in Novi Sad. At the study development, then was visited Soviet Union and in addition to Serbian, he spoke Russian and English.

In the specialized magazines he was released several professional papers, while as a designer of the tools and devices he was patented several innovations. He published a study Kalupi za injekciono presovanje plastomera and together with three co-authors was published a book Promenama do uspešnog preduzeća.

In the one time he was worked as engineer in the industry Ivo Lola Ribar from Odžaci, then was in 1992 appointed as a president of the municipal assembly of Odžaci. In this function he was spent only one year, and in 1993 became the Chairman of the Executive Council of Vojvodina.

From that foundation, Perošević was a member of Slobodan Milošević's Socialist Party of Serbia and of the provincial committee of that party and between 1990 and 1995 he was a president of the committee.

Perošević was killed on 13 May 2000, during the tour of Novi Sad Fair, after a shot in the head. His assassin was Milivoje Gutović from Perošević's born place of Ratkovo, the doorman of the Fair.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Marina Perošević: Boška nije ubio komšija!" (in Serbian). NS Reporter. 3 April 2014. Retrieved 12 May 2015. 
  2. ^ "Перошевић Бошко" (in Serbian). Executive Council of Vojvodina. Retrieved 7 May 2015. 
  3. ^ "Ubijen Boško Perošević" (in Serbian). Glas javnosti. 14 May 2000. Retrieved 7 May 2015.