|Minister of Health|
19 October 2016
|Prime Minister||Andrej Plenković|
|Preceded by||Dario Nakić|
27 April 1957 |
Ivanbegovina near Imotski,
PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia
|Political party||Croatian Democratic Union (1992–2013; 2016–present)|
|Croatian Dawn (2013–2016)
Croatian Democratic Party (1990–1992)
|Alma mater||University of Zagreb|
Milan Kujundžić (pronounced [mǐlan kujǔndʒitɕ]; born 27 April 1957) is a Croatian politician serving as Minister of Health of Croatia since 19 October 2016 in the Cabinet of Andrej Plenković. A longtime member of Croatian Democratic Union, he resigned from the party following his defeat in party chairmanship election in May 2012, which was won by Tomislav Karamarko. Kujundžić then founded a right-wing political party Croatian Dawn, established in July 2013 but returned to HDZ in 2016.
Since 2005 Kujundžić serves as a head-master of Clinical Hospital Dubrava. From 2004 until 2005, Kujundžić served as assistant of Minister of Health and Social Welfare.
In 2012, Kujundžić was a candidate for the president of the Croatian Democratic Union, and in the 20 May 2012 election he came in second after Tomislav Karamarko. In presidential elections in 2014, he was a candidate for the president, but was defeated with conquered 6.3 percent of vote.
- "Milan Kujundžić, životopis (biografija)" (in Croatian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
- Milan Kujundžić at the Who is Who in Croatian Science
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