Branislav Belić

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Branislav Belić
Бранислав Белић
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Acting Mayor of Belgrade
In office
July 21, 2008 – August 19, 2008
Preceded by Zoran Alimpić
Succeeded by Dragan Đilas
Personal details
Born 1932
Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Died July 17, 2016(2016-07-17) (aged 83–84)
Belgrade, Serbia
Political party DS
Alma mater University of Belgrade
Religion Serbian Orthodox

Branislav Belić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранислав Белић, pronounced [brǎnislaʋ bělit͡ɕ] or [běːlit͡ɕ]; 1932 Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia – 17 July 2016 Belgrade, Serbia[citation needed]) was a Serbian politician. He was an Acting Mayor of Belgrade following the 2008 election. He served as an interim Chairman of the Assembly as the oldest member. Previously this seat, which is also a seat of the acting mayor, was held by Zoran Alimpić. Acting mayors were necessary in the period until the election of the new one, due to the death of the elected mayor Nenad Bogdanović. His term ended with election of Dragan Đilas.[1]

Graduated from the University of Belgrade's Law School and has worked in the legal profession as well as foreign trade. He was an elected councilor and president of the Municipal Assembly of Savski Venac and councilor of the City of Belgrade in several terms, and he was a member of the National Assembly of Serbia and member of the Assembly of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

He died on 17 July 2016 in Belgrade.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Zoran Alimpić
Acting Mayor of Belgrade
July 2008 – 19 August 2008
Succeeded by
Dragan Đilas