Together for Šumadija

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Together for Šumadija
Заједно за Шумадијy
Zajedno za Šumadiju
Leader Veroljub Stevanović
Founded

May 2, 2009 (2009-05-02)

February 20, 2015 (2015-02-20)
Merged into United Regions of Serbia
Headquarters Kragujevac
Ideology Liberal conservatism
Political position Centre-right
National affiliation For a Just Serbia - Democratic Party[1]
Colours Blue
National Assembly
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Website
www.zajednozasumadiju.com

Together for Šumadija (Serbian: Заједно за Шумадијy / Zajedno za Šumadiju) was a political party in Serbia. Founded on May 2, 2009 by the Together for Kragujevac movement and by a series of citizen advocacy groups and political parties in Central Serbia. The party's primary goals are decentralization, equal regional development and Euro-Atlantic integration of Serbia.[2] Its leader Veroljub Stevanović is the former mayor of Kragujevac.[3]

The party merged into the United Regions of Serbia on 10 June 2013. However, Veroljub Stevanović announced his plan to revive the party in late 2014, and the necessary signatures were collected by 20 February 2015.[4][5]

Electoral history[edit]

Competed in the 2012 parliamentary election on the United Regions of Serbia electoral list and received 3 seats in the National Assembly.

Members of the Board[edit]

Together for Šumadija congress
  • Veroljub Stevanović, President, Together for Kragujevac
  • Branko Lazović, Deputy President, Together for Čačak
  • Saša Milenić, Deputy President, Together for Kragujevac
  • Nebojša Vasiljević, Deputy President, Together for Kragujevac
  • Goran Jovanović, Smederevska Palanka
  • Miladin Lazović, Čačak
  • Zoran Đokić, Kruševac
  • Dragan Gačić, Gornji Milanovac
  • Željko Kušić, Topola
  • Aleksandar Živanović, Kragujevac
  • Slavica Saveljić, Kragujevac
  • Srđan Biorac, Batočina
  • Nada Milićević, Kragujevac
  • Milan Marković, Kragujevac
  • Ivica Samailović, Kragujevac
  • Zlatko Milić, Director
  • Zoran Palčić, Head of Information Center

Presidency[edit]

  • Veroljub Stevanović, Together for Kragujevac, Kragujevac
  • Branko Lazović, Together for Čačak, Čačak
  • Saša Milenić, Together for Kragujevac, Kragujevac
  • Nebojša Vasiljević, Together for Kragujevac, Kragujevac
  • Gradimir Jovanović - Together for Trstenik, Trstenik
  • Danijel Jovanović - Together for Aleksandrovac, Aleksandrovac
  • Adam Đokić - Together for Varvarin, Varvarin
  • Dragan Mišović - Together for Knić and Gruža, Knić
  • Dragan Gačić - Together for Gornji Milanovac, Gornji Milanovac
  • Milan Ivković - Together for Topola, Topola
  • Elena Milivojević - Together for Aranđelovac, Aranđelovac
  • Milan Mitrović - Together for Levač, Rekovac
  • Goran Jovanović - Together for Palanka, Smederevska Palanka
  • Srđan Biorac - Together for Batočina, Batočina
  • Slobodan Jakšić - Together for Čačak, Čačak
  • Dejan Ivanović - Together for Sokobanja, Sokobanja
  • Srđan Vidojević- Together for Rača, Rača

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