Government of Montenegro

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The government of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Влада Црне Горе, Vlada Republike Crne Gore) is the executive branch of state authority in Montenegro. It is headed by the prime minister. It comprises the prime minister, the deputy prime ministers as well as ministers.

The Government building in Podgorica

Duško Marković is the current Prime Minister of Montenegro and Head of Government. The current members of the cabinet were elected on 28 November 2016 by the majority vote in the Parliament of Montenegro. The Cabinet, assembled by Candidate for the Prime Minister Duško Marković, was supported by Democratic Party of Socialists, Social Democrats, Croatian Civic Initiative, Liberal Party, Bosniak Party and Albanians Decisively.

Ministries[edit]

Each minister of each ministry reports to the Prime Minister.

Composition[edit]

Marković Cabinet[edit]

Composition of the 41st Government of Montenegro, elected on 28 November 2016, following the 2016 Montenegrin parliamentary elections.

Portfolio Minister Party Took office
Prime Minister
General Affairs Duško Marković DPS 28 November 2016
Deputy Prime Ministers
Justice Zoran Pažin DPS 28 November 2016
Agriculture and Rural Development Milutin Simović DPS 28 November 2016
Regional Development Rafet Husović BS 4 December 2012
Ministers
Interior Melvudin Nuhodžić DPS 28 November 2016
Defence Predrag Bošković DPS 28 November 2016
Finance Darko Radunović DPS 28 November 2016
Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović DPS 28 November 2016
Education Damir Šehović SD 28 November 2016
Science Sanja Damjanović DPS 28 November 2016
Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović DPS 28 November 2016
Economy Dragica Sekulić DPS 28 November 2016
Transport and Maritime Affairs Osman Nurković BS 28 November 2016
Sustainable Development and Tourism Pavle Radulović DPS 28 November 2016
Health Kenan Hrapović SD 28 November 2016
Human and Minority Rights Mehmet Zenka DUA 28 November 2016
Labour and Social Welfare Kemal Purišić BS 28 November 2016
Public Administration Suzana Pribilović DPS 28 November 2016
Sports Nikola Janović DPS 28 November 2016
Without Portfolio Marija Vučinović HGI 4 December 2012

Former Governments[edit]

Provisional Government[edit]

On January 27, 2016, a parliamentary vote saw the split of the ruling DPS and up until then coalition partner SDP. This followed a failed crisis talk over the organization of the "first free and fair election". The President of the National Assembly Ranko Krivokapić (SDP) strongly criticized Prime Minister Milo Đukanović and the ruling party (DPS). With the split of SDP, Đukanović lost the Assembly majority. Đukanović started an initiative to remove Krivokapić from the seat. A split in the ruling coalition followed in January 2016, leaving the government functioning as a de facto minority government. The provisional government of electoral trust was elected on May,12 2016, by the parliament of Montenegro. The provisional governing coalition was formed by DPS and several opposition parties.

Portfolio Minister Party Took office
Prime Minister
General Affairs Milo Đukanović DPS 4 December 2012
Deputy Prime Ministers
Administration, Internal and Foreign Policy Duško Marković DPS 12 May 2016
Economic and Financial Policy Vujica Lazović SD 10 june 2009
Regional Development Rafet Husović BS 4 December 2012
General Affairs Petar Ivanović DPS 12 May 2016
General Affairs Milorad Vujović none 12 May 2016
General Affairs Azra Jasavić PCG 12 May 2016
Ministers
Justice Zoran Pažin none 12 May 2016
Defence Milica Pejanović DPS 4 December 2012
Finance Raško Konjević SDP 12 May 2016
Education Predrag Bošković DPS 14 March 2015
Science Sanja Vlahović DPS 29 December 2010
Culture Pavle Goranović none 18 March 2015
Economy Vladimir Kavarić DPS 29 December 2010
Traffics and Naval Affairs Ivan Brajović SD 4 December 2012
Agriculture and Rural Development Budimir Mugoša none 12 May 2016
Sustainable Development and Tourism Branimir Gvozdenović DPS 4 December 2012
Health Budimir Šegrt none 18 March 2015
Human and Minority Rights Suad Numanović DPS 4 December 2012
Labour and Social Welfare Boris Marić none 12 May 2016
Internal Affairs Goran Danilović DEMOS 12 May 2016
Without Portfolio Marija Vučinović HGI 4 December 2012

7th cabinet of Milo Đukanović[edit]

The seventh cabinet of Milo Đukanović was elected on December 4, 2012, by the parliament of Montenegro. The governing coalition was formed by The governing coalition was formed by Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), Social Democratic Party (SDP), Bosniak Party (BS) and Croatian Civic Initiative (HGI).

Portfolio Minister Party Took office
Prime Minister
General Affairs Milo Đukanović DPS 4 December 2012
Deputy Prime Ministers
Justice Duško Marković DPS 29 December 2010
Economic and Financial Policy Vujica Lazović SDP 10 june 2009
Regional Development Rafet Husović BS 4 December 2012
Foreign Affairs Igor Lukšić DPS 4 December 2012
Ministers
Agriculture and Rural Development Petar Ivanović DPS 4 December 2012
Defence Milica Pejanović DPS 4 December 2012
Finance Radoje Žugić DPS 4 December 2012
Education and Sport Slavoljub Stijepović DPS 29 December 2010
Science Sanja Vlahović DPS 29 December 2010
Culture Branislav Mićunović DPS 10 June 2009
Economy Vladimir Kavarić DPS 29 December 2010
Traffics and Naval Affairs Ivan Brajović SDP 4 December 2012
Sustainable Development and Tourism Branimir Gvozdenović DPS 4 December 2012
Health Miodrag Radunović DPS 10 june 2009
Human and Minority Rights Suad Numanović DPS 4 December 2012
Labour and Social Welfare Predrag Bošković DPS 4 December 2012
Internal Affairs Raško Konjević SDP 4 December 2012
Without Portfolio Marija Vučinović HGI 4 December 2012

Lukšić Cabinet[edit]

The cabinet of Igor Lukšić was elected on 29 December 2010 by a majority vote in Montenegrin Parliament. It succeeded the sixth cabinet of Milo Đukanović. formed after the 2009 parliamentary election, after Đukanović resigned the prime minister. The coalition government was composed of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), Social Democratic Party (SDP), Bosniak Party (BS) and Democratic Union of Albanians (DUA).

Portfolio Minister Party Took office
Prime Minister
General Affairs Igor Lukšić DPS 29 December 2010
Deputy Prime Ministers
Justice Duško Marković DPS 29 December 2010
Economic and Financial Policy Vujica Lazović SDP 10 june 2009
Ministers
Foreign Affairs Milan Roćen DPS 10 November 2006
Agriculture and Rural Development Tarzan Milošević DPS 29 December 2010
Defence Boro Vučinić DPS 10 November 2006
Finance Milorad Katnić DPS 29 December 2010
Education and Sports Slavoljub Stijepović DPS 29 December 2010
Science Sanja Vlahović DPS 29 December 2010
Culture Branislav Mićunović DPS 10 June 2009
Economy Vladimir Kavarić DPS 29 December 2010
Traffics and Naval Affairs Andrija Lompar DPS 10 November 2006
Sustainable Development and Tourism Predrag Sekulić DPS 29 December 2010
Health Miodrag Radunović DPS 10 june 2009
Human and Minority Rights Fehrat Dinosha DUA 10 june 2009
Labour and Social Welfare Suad Numanović DPS 10 November 2006
Internal Affairs Ivan Brajović SDP 10 june 2009
Without Portfolio Rafet Husović BS 10 june 2009

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