Ognjen Tadić

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Ognjen Tadić
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Personal details
Born (1974-04-20) 20 April 1974 (age 41)
Sarajevo, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Political party Serbian Democratic Party
Alma mater University of Banja Luka

Ognjen Tadić (Огњен Тадић) (born 20 April 1974),[1] is a Bosnian Serb politician. He is the vice-president of the Serbian Democratic Party and a Co-Chair and MP in the House of Peoples in the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He studied at the University of Banja Luka, where he earned a B.Sc. in the Faculty of Law and a master's degree in the Faculty of Political Science. He is a lawyer and newsman. Tadić is married and has two children.

Political career[edit]

Tadić was the Head of the Office of the President of the Republika Srpska (1998-99), Social Affairs Advisor (1999-2000) and Political Affairs Advisor (2005-06) of the President of the Republika Srpska.[citation needed]

From 2006-10, Tadić was MP in the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska. From 2010-14, he was MP in the House of Peoples in the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina. From 2011-13, Tadić was Chairman of the House of Peoples. In 2014, Tadić was re-elected to another four-year mandate as an MP in the House of Peoples. He was re-elected for the Co-Chair of the House of Peoples for the period 2014-18.[citation needed]

In the 2007 presidential election, Tadić won 34.77 per cent of the vote[2] as a candidate of the Serbian Democratic Party.[citation needed]

In the 2010 elections, he won 36.00 per cent of votes as a candidate for president of the Together for Srpska coalition. In the 2014 elections, he won 44.28 per cent of votes as a candidate for president of the Alliance for Change coalition. Tadić is member of Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (2011-present). He was an observer in the Assembly of Western European Union (2008-10).[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ognjen Tadić biodata, predsjednik.rs; accessed 16 December 2015.[dead link]
  2. ^ 2007 presidential election, izbori.ba; accessed 16 December 2015.