Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina


Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Infobox SFRY
name = Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
full-name = Socialist Republic of
Bosnia and Herzegovina
loc-name = Socijalistička Republika
Bosna i Hercegovina
Социјалистичка Pепублика
Босна и Херцеговина



arms = SR Bosnia and Herzegovina coa.png


capital = Sarajevo
language = Serbo-Croatian
established = November 25, 1943
sfry-start = January 31, 1946
sfry-end = March 1, 1992
area-rank = 3rd
area = 51,129
water = Negligible
pop-rank = 3rd
pop = 4,377,053
density = 85.6
currency = "dinar"
time-zone = + 1
year_start = 1943
year_end = 1990
p1 = Kingdom of Yugoslavia
flag_p1 = Flag of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (civil).svg
s1 = Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1990-1992)
flag_s1 = Flag of SR Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg

Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Serbo-Croat: Socijalistička Republika Bosna i Hercegovina/Социјалистичка Pепублика Босна и Херцеговина) was a socialist state that was a constituent country of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. It is a predecessor of the modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina, and was formed during a meeting of the antifascist resistance in Mrkonjić Grad on November 25, 1943. The Socialist Republic was dissolved in 1990 when it abandoned communist institutions and adopted democratic ones, [http://www.worldstatesmen.org/Bosnia.html] as the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina which declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1992.

The capital city was Sarajevo as it remained following independence.

Heads of Institutions

Presidents

*Chairman of the Anti-Fascist Council of People's Liberation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
**Vojislav Kecmanović (25 November 1943 - 26 April 1945)
*Presidents of the Presidium of the People's Assembly
**Vojislav Kecmanović (26 April 1945 - November 1946)
**Đuro Pucar (November 1946 - September 1948)
**Vlado Segrt (September 1948 - March 1953)
*Presidents of the People's Assembly
**Đuro Pucar (December 1953 - June 1963)
**Ratomir Dugonjić (June 1963 - 1967)
**Džemal Bijedić (1967 - 1971)
**Hamdija Pozderac (1971 - May 1974)
*Presidents of the Presidency
**Ratomir Dugonjić (May 1974 - April 1978)
**Raif Dizdarević (April 1978 - April 1982)
**Branko Mikulić (April 1982 - 26 April 1984)
**Milanko Renovica (26 April 1984 - 26 April 1985)
**Munir Mesihović (26 April 1985 - April 1987)
**Mato Andrić (April 1987 - April 1988)
**Nikola Filipović (April 1988 - April 1989)
**Obrad Piljak (April 1989 - 20 December 1990)

Prime Ministers

*Prime Minister for Bosnia and Herzegovina (part of Yugoslav Government)
**Rodoljub Čolaković (7 March 1945 - 27 April 1945)
*Prime Ministers
**Rodoljub Čolaković (27 April 1945 - September 1948)
**Đuro Pucar (September 1948 - March 1953)
*Chairmen of the Executive Council
**Đuro Pucar (March 1953 - December 1953)
**Avdo Humo (December 1953 - 1956)
**Osman Karabegović (1956 - 1963)
**Hasan Brkić (1963 - 1965)
**Rudi Kolak (1965 - 1967)
**Branko Mikulić (1967 - 1969)
**Dragutin Kosovac (1969 - April 1974)
**Milanko Renovica (April 1974 - 28 April 1982)
**Seid Maglajlija (28 April 1982 - 28 April 1984)
**Gojko Ubiparip (28 April 1984 - April 1986)
**Josip Lovrenović (April 1986 - April 1988)
**Marko Ceranić (April 1988 - 20 December 1990)

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