|Mayor of Podgorica|
|Born||23 July 1950|
Cetinje, Montenegro (then Yugoslavia)
Miomir Mugoša (Cyrillic: Миомир Мугоша) (born 23 July 1950) is a Montenegrin physician and politician. He has been mayor of Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, from 2000 to 2014. He also served as the president of FK Budućnost Podgorica, main soccer team in Podgorica.
Born in Cetinje, Mugoša completed primary school and high school in Podgorica, and graduated from the University of Belgrade's School of Medicine. He specialized in general surgery, with an emphasis on hepatobiliary surgery.
Mugoša worked in the emergency service of the health center and at the Surgery Clinic of the Clinical Center in Montenegro. He performed a duty of the Director of the Clinical Center in Montenegro in the period of 1996-97. Mayor Mugoša is the minister with the longest service in the Government of Montenegro - from 1990 to November 2000 he covered the position of the Minister of Health with the exception of 3 months during which he acted as the Minister of Labor and Social Welfare.
Mugoša was recently involved in scandal with abusive behavior regarding journalist of local newspaper Vijesti Mihailo Jovović. According to some sources the journalist of "Vijesti" Jovovic was beaten and his redactor was also involved.
On September 13, 2006, Mugoša was reelected to manage the municipality of Podgorica for a second term. In 2010, while DPS failed to win absolute majority of seats in Podgorica local assembly, he managed to obtain support from two opposition delegates, and secure a third term in the office. His mandate ended on June 24, 2014, and DPS chose not to appoint him as a candidate for a fourth term.
- "Mugoša, Miomir". Poslanici i poslanice (24. saziv Skupštine) (in Serbian). Parliament of Montenegro. Retrieved 2010-12-06.
- "SDP supports stripping Mugoša of immunity". B92. 2009-08-09. Archived from the original on 2011-06-08. Retrieved 2009-11-26.
- "Opštinska izborna komisija u Podgorici saopštila privremene rezultate izbora". Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro (in Serbian). Retrieved 2009-11-25. Google automatic translation to English
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