List of presidents of Republika Srpska

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This article lists the Presidents of Republika Srpska.

Presidents of Republika Srpska (1992–present)[edit]

  Serb Democratic Party (SDS)
  Serb National Alliance (SNS)
  Serbian Radical Party of Republika Srpska (SRS RS)
  Socialist Party (SP)
  Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party
1 Evstafiev-Radovan Karadzic 3MAR94.jpg Radovan Karadžić
(1945–)
7 April 1992 19 July 1996 SDS
2 Biljana Plavsic.JPG Biljana Plavšić
(1930–)
19 July 1996 4 November 1998 SDS
(until 1997)
SNS
(from 1997)
3 No image.png Nikola Poplašen
(1951–)
4 November 1998 2 September 1999[a] SRS RS
No image.png Petar Đokić
(1961–)
Acting President
2 September 1999 26 January 2000 SP
4 Mirko Sarovic Trondheim.jpg Mirko Šarović
(1956–)
26 January 2000[b] 28 November 2002 SDS
5 Dragan Čavić cropped.jpg Dragan Čavić
(1958–)
28 November 2002 9 November 2006 SDS
6 No image.png Milan Jelić
(1956–2007)
9 November 2006 30 September 2007
(died in office[1])
SNSD
Igor Radojicic Crop.jpg Igor Radojičić
(1966–)
Acting President
30 September 2007 9 December 2007 SNSD
7 No image.png Rajko Kuzmanović
(1931–)
9 December 2007 15 November 2010 SNSD
8 Milorad Dodik (cropped).jpg Milorad Dodik
(1959–)
15 November 2010 19 November 2018 SNSD
9 Željka Cvijanović, 2018.jpg Željka Cvijanović
(1967–)
19 November 2018 Incumbent SNSD

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Removed by High Representative on 5 March 1999; removal enforced on 2 September 1999.
  2. ^ Not recognized as President by High Representative until 16 December 2000.

See also[edit]

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Standards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Preminuo predsednik RS Milan Jelić" (in Serbian). B92. 30 September 2007. Retrieved 21 October 2018.

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