Minister without portfolio (Serbia)

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Minister without portfolio
Министар без портфеља
Ministar bez portfelja
Incumbent
Slavica Đukić Dejanović
with Milan Krkobabić and Nenad Popović

since 11 August 2016
Appointer Ana Brnabić
Prime Minister of Serbia
Inaugural holder Mihalj Kertes
Formation 14 July 1993
Website www.gov.rs
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Minister without portfolio (Serbian: Министар без портфеља / Ministar bez portfelja) is a minister in the Government of Serbia with no particular ministry but who has some specific responsibilities.[1]

The office was usually held simultaneously by several people at the same time (in the second cabinet of Mirko Marjanović there were ten Ministers without portfolio at one point).

The current Ministers without portfolio are Slavica Đukić Dejanović (since 11 August 2016), Milan Krkobabić (since 11 August 2016) and Nenad Popović (since 29 June 2017).

List of ministers[edit]

Political Party:   SPS   SRS   n-p   DS   SDA   PS   NS   SNS   PUPS   SNP

Name
(Birth–Death)
Party Term of Office Charge Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Mihalj Kertes
(1947–)
SPS 14 July 1993 18 March 1994 Šainović (I)
Vekoslav Šošević
(1948–)
SPS 18 March 1994 28 May 1996 Marjanović (I)
Dragan Tomić
(1937–)
SPS 18 March 1994 24 March 1998
Andreja Milosavljević
(1936–)
SPS 18 March 1994 24 March 1998
Milun Babić
(1950–)
SPS 18 March 1994 24 March 1998
Ratomir Vico
(1941–2005)
SPS 28 May 1996 24 March 1998
Dejan Kovačević
(1940–)
SPS 11 February 1997 24 March 1998 Marjanović (III)
Ivan Sedlak
(1951–)
SPS 11 February 1997 24 October 2000
Đura Lazić
(1953–)
SPS 11 February 1997 24 October 2000
Milan Beko
(1961–)
n-p 24 March 1998 1 July 1998 Marjanović (II)
Maja Gojković
(1963–)
SRS 24 March 1998 11 November 1999
Slobodan Tomović
(1946–)
SPS 24 March 1998 11 November 1999
Čedomir Vasiljević
(1947–)
SRS 24 March 1998 24 October 2000
Paja Momčilov
(1948–)
SRS 24 March 1998 24 October 2000
Bogoljub Karić
(1954–)
n-p 20 October 1998 11 November 1999
Života Ćosić
(1942–)
SPS 11 November 1999 24 October 2000
Božidar Vučurević
(1951–)
SRS 11 November 1999 24 October 2000
Jovan Damjanović
(1947–)
SRS 11 November 1999 24 October 2000
Dragan Đilas
(1967–)
DS 15 May 2007 7 July 2008 National Investment Plan Koštunica (II)
Sulejman Ugljanin
(1953–)
SDA 7 July 2008 27 April 2014 Sustainable Development Cvetković (I)
Dačić (I)
Aleksandar Vulin
(1972–)
PS 2 September 2013 27 April 2014 Kosovo and Metohija Dačić (I)
Branko Ružić
(1975–)
SPS 2 September 2013 27 April 2014 European Integration
Velimir Ilić
(1951–)
NS 27 April 2014 11 August 2016 Emergency Situations Vučić (I)
Jadranka Joksimović
(1978–)
SNS 27 April 2014 29 June 2017 European Integration Vučić (III)
Slavica Đukić Dejanović
(1951–)
SPS 11 August 2016 Present Demography and Population Policy Vučić (II)
Brnabić (I)
Milan Krkobabić
(1952–)
PUPS 11 August 2016 Present Regional Development and Coordination of Public Enterprises
Nenad Popović
(1966–)
SNP 29 June 2017 Present Innovations and Technological Development Brnabić (I)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ZAKON O VLADI". paragraf.rs (in Serbian). Službeni glasnik Republike Srbije. Retrieved 6 December 2017. 

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