List of mayors of Sarajevo

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Mayor of the
City of Sarajevo
Gradonačelnik Sarajeva
Ivo Komsic Sarajevo 1353.jpg
Incumbent
Ivo Komšić

since 27 March 2013
Appointer Sarajevo City Council
Term length 4 years, unlimited number of renewals
Inaugural holder Mustafa Fadilpašić
Formation 22 August 1878
Website City of Sarajevo website

This is a list of people who have served as mayor or president of the city council of the city of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo has had 37 different mayors since the position was created on 22 August 1878, upon Austro-Hungarian occupation.

History[edit]

The first mayor of Sarajevo Mustafa Fadilpašić was also the city's longest-served mayor, having remained in the position for 14 years. The only mayor to serve more than once was Edhem Bičakčić, who was mayor from 1928–29, then again from 1935–39. The first non-Bosniak mayor was Aristotel Petrović (1918–1920). Semiha Borovac became Sarajevo's first female mayor in 2005. Fehim Čurčić, the city's fifth mayor, served during World War I. In 1941, Atih Hadžikadić was elected mayor, a position that was short-lived as he was hanged during World War II in August 1941.

Mayors[edit]

# Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Term of Office Party
1 Mustaj-beg Fadilpasic.png Mustafa Fadilpašić
(1830–1892)[1]
22 August 1878 1 April 1892
2 Mehmed-beg Kapetanovic Ljubusak.jpg Mehmed Kapetanović
(1839–1902)
1893 April 1899
3 Nezir Škaljić
(1844–1905)
1899 1905
4 Esad Kulović
(1859–1917)
1905 14 November 1910[2] Progressive Muslim Party
5 Fehim Čurčić
(1886–1916)
14 November 1910 1915
6 No image.png Aristotel Petrović 2 December 1918[3] November 1920
7 Ljudevit Novat
(1871–?)
1920 1922
8 No image.png Ibrahim Hadžiomerović
(1886–?)
1922 1927
9 Edhem Bičakčić
(1884–1941)
October 1928[4][5] 1929 Yugoslav Muslim Organization
10 No image.png Asim-beg Mutevelić
(1883–1956)
1929 1935
11 No image.png Ibrahim Šarić
(1882–1939)
1935 1935
(9) Edhem Bičakčić
(1884–1941)
1935 c. March 1939 Yugoslav Muslim Organization
12 No image.png Muhamed Zlatar
(1890–1943)
c. March 1939 1941
13 No image.png Atih Hadžikadić
(1884–1941)
1941 1941
14 No image.png Hasan Demirović
(1897–1976)
1941 1942
15 No image.png Mustafa Softić
(1898–1990)
1942 1945
16 No image.png Husein Brkić
(1889–1961)
1945 1947 KP BiH
17 No image.png Ferid Čengić
(1910–1986)
1947 1948 KP BiH
18 No image.png Dane Olbina
(1919–2011)
1948 1955 KP BiH
renamed in 1952 to
SK BiH
19 No image.png Ljubo Kojo
(1920–1993)
1955 1962 SK BiH
20 No image.png Lazo Materić
(1920–1999)
1962 1963 SK BiH
21 No image.png Vaso Radić
(1923–2011)[6]
1963 1965 SK BiH
22 No image.png Salko Lagumdžija
(1921–1973)
1965 1967 SK BiH
23 No image.png Džemal Muminagić
(1920–2003)
1967 1973 SK BiH
24 No image.png Dane Maljković
(1927–2016)[7]
1973 1975 SK BiH
25 No image.png Anto Sučić
(1929–1985)
1975 1981 SK BiH
26 Emerik Blum
(1911–1984)
1981 1983 SK BiH
27 No image.png Uglješa Uzelac
(1938–1997)
1983 1985 SK BiH
28 No image.png Kemal Hanjalić
(b. 1939)
1985 1987 SK BiH
29 No image.png Salko Selimović
(b. 1935)
1987 1989 SK BiH
30 No image.png Juraj Martinović
(b. 1936)
1989 1990 SK BiH
31 No image.png Muhamed Kreševljaković
(1939–2001)
December 1990 April 1994 SDA
32 No image.png Tarik Kupusović
(b. 1952)
1994 1996 SDA
33 No image.png Rasim Gačanović
(b. 1950)
1998 2000 SDA
34 No image.png Muhidin Hamamdžić
(b. 1936)
2000 29 March 2005 SDP BiH
35 No image.png Semiha Borovac
(b. 1955)
29 March 2005 29 January 2009 SDA
36 No image.png Alija Behmen
(b. 1940)
29 January 2009 27 March 2013 SDP BiH
37 Ivo Komsic Sarajevo 1353.jpg Ivo Komšić
(b. 1948)
27 March 2013 Incumbent SDU BiH
(2013)
USD
(2013-2014)
SDP BiH
(from 2014)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mustaj-beg Fadilpašić, prvi gradonačelnik Sarajeva". RadioSarajevo. 20 October 2012. Retrieved 9 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Sarajevo za vrijeme austrougarske uprave (1878-1918).". Google Books. 1969. Retrieved 10 April 2015. 
  3. ^ "Sarajevo: A Biography; page 142". Google Books. 2006. Retrieved 12 April 2015. 
  4. ^ "Sarajevo: A Biography; pages 150-151". Google Books. 2006. Retrieved 11 April 2015. 
  5. ^ "Ovako je govorio Džafer -beg Kulenović "Gospodo ja sam Hrvat i Hrvatski nacionalist"". Kamenjar. 11 September 2013. Retrieved 11 April 2015. 
  6. ^ "Godišnjica smrti Vase Radića". Historija. 19 December 2013. Retrieved 8 April 2015. 
  7. ^ "Komšić se u ime Grada Sarajeva i građana oprostio od Daneta Maljkovića". Faktor. 13 February 2016. Retrieved 25 March 2016. 

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