Minister without portfolio (Serbia)

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Minister without portfolio
Министар без портфеља
Ministar bez portfelja
Jadranka Joksimovic-MC Crop.jpg
Incumbent
Jadranka Joksimović
with Slavica Đukić Dejanović and Milan Krkobabić

since 27 April 2014
Appointer Aleksandar Vučić
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 specific responsibilities or a minister that does not head a particular ministry.

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 Jadranka Joksimović (since 27 April 2014), Slavica Đukić Dejanović and Milan Krkobabić (since 11 August 2016).

List of ministers[edit]

Picture Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Political Party
No image.png Mihalj Kertes
(1947–)
14 July 1993 18 March 1994 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Vekoslav Šošević
(1948–)
18 March 1994 28 May 1996 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Dragan Tomić
(1937–)[1]
18 March 1994 24 March 1998 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Andreja Milosavljević
(1936–)
18 March 1994 24 March 1998 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Milun Babić
(1950–)
18 March 1994 24 March 1998 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Ratomir Vico
(1941–2005)
28 May 1996 24 March 1998 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Dejan Kovačević
(1940–)
11 February 1997 24 March 1998 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Ivan Sedlak
(1951–)
11 February 1997 24 October 2000 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Đura Lazić
(1953–)
11 February 1997 24 October 2000 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Milan Beko
(1961–)
24 March 1998 1 July 1998 Independent
Maja Gojković.jpg Maja Gojković
(1963–)
24 March 1998 11 November 1999 Serbian Radical Party
No image.png Slobodan Tomović
(1946–)
24 March 1998 11 November 1999 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Čedomir Vasiljević
(1947–)
24 March 1998 24 October 2000 Serbian Radical Party
No image.png Paja Momčilov
(1948–)
24 March 1998 24 October 2000 Serbian Radical Party
No image.png Bogoljub Karić
(1954–)
20 October 1998 11 November 1999 Independent
No image.png Života Ćosić
(1942–)
11 November 1999 24 October 2000 Socialist Party of Serbia
No image.png Božidar Vučurević
(1951–)
11 November 1999 24 October 2000 Serbian Radical Party
No image.png Jovan Damjanović
(1947–)
11 November 1999 24 October 2000 Serbian Radical Party
Dragan Đilas 2013.jpg Dragan Đilas
(1967–)[2]
15 May 2007 7 July 2008 Democratic Party
Sulejman Ugljanin MC.jpg Sulejman Ugljanin
(1953–)
7 July 2008 27 April 2014 Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak
Aleksandar Vulin Crop.jpg Aleksandar Vulin
(1972–)
2 September 2013 27 April 2014 Movement of Socialists
No image.png Branko Ružić
(1975–)
2 September 2013 27 April 2014 Socialist Party of Serbia
Jadranka Joksimovic-MC Crop.jpg Jadranka Joksimović
(1978–)
27 April 2014 Present Serbian Progressive Party
Velja Ilić MC crop.jpg Velimir Ilić
(1951–)
27 April 2014 11 August 2016 New Serbia
Slavica Djukic Dejanovic (1).jpg Slavica Đukić Dejanović
(1951–)
11 August 2016 Present Socialist Party of Serbia
Milan Krkobabic-mc.rs.jpg Milan Krkobabić
(1952–)
11 August 2016 Present Party of United Pensioners of Serbia

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ From 1997, Minister-Coordinator for economic recovery
  2. ^ Minister-Coordinator of National Investment Plan

External links[edit]