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Petar Velimirović (16 January 1848 – 23 December 1911) was a Serbian politician.
Velimirović was born in Sikole, Negotin. He graduated from the Polytechnic in Zurich In 1876 he was arrested as a follower of Svetozar Marković for his participation in the socialist events in Kragujevac, and then emigrated to the Hungary.
Was first elected a deputy 1880.
At the end of 1902, Velimirović formed his own cabinet, which was short-lived (one month).
In 1903, Velimirović was Chairman of the National Assembly session, which was decided on the choice of Petar I for the King of Serbia.
Velimirović was the head of the cabinet for the second time from 7 July 1908 to 11 February 1909.
He died in Belgrade, aged 63.
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