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|Mayor of Belgrade|
|Preceded by||Dobra Mitrović|
|Succeeded by||Miloš Savčić|
|Ministry of Finance (Yugoslavia)|
31 March 1921 – 16 December 1922
|Preceded by||Milorad Drašković|
|Succeeded by||Milan Stojadinović|
|President of the National Assembly of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia|
22 November 1874|
Belgrade , Principality of Serbia
|Died||27 November 1963
|Political party||Democratic Party (Yugoslavia)|
|Relations||Aleksa "Lesa" (Brother)|
|Education||University of Belgrade|
Kosta Kumanudi (22 November 1874–27 November 1963) was a Serb politician with the Democratic Party, and later with the Yugoslav Radical Peasant Democracy, forerunner to the Yugoslav National Party. PhD of Political Sciences, professor of administrative law at the University of Belgrade's Law School, reserve Captain in the Balkan Wars, World War I, and in World War II, a deputy of the Democratic Party, President of the Belgrade municipality, the Minister of Finance, Education, Forest and Mining, Trade and Industry, Chairman of the National Assembly. He was a writer and political philosopher.
In 1941 Kumanudi signed the Appeal to the Serbian Nation to collaborate with Serbia's quisling government. He was later tried as part of the Belgrade Process and was sentenced to 18 Months in jail for his role in establishing the quisling government with General Milan Nedić at its helm.
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