- Politics of Serbia
Politics of Serbia takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic
republic, whereby the Prime Minister of Serbiais the head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive poweris exercised by the government. Legislative poweris vested in both the governmentand the National Assembly of Serbia. The Judiciaryis independent of the executive and the legislature.
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Mirko Cvetković Non-partisan 7 July 2008The Government of the Republic of Serbia ("Vlada Republike Srbije") is the main element of the executive branchof government in Serbia. It is led by the Prime Minister ("Predsednik Vlade"), commonly abbreviated to premier("premijer"). The Prime Minister is chosen by the National Assembly on the proposal of the President who names the designate Prime Minister after talks with all parliamentary leaders. Ministers are nominated by the Prime Minister and confirmed by the Parliament.
The National Assembly of Serbia ("Narodna skupština Republike Srbije") has 250 members elected for a four year term. Serbia has a
multi-partysystem, with numerous parties in which no one party often has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.
Political parties and elections
Parliamentary groups and parties
Conservatism in Serbia
Liberalism in Serbia
List of political parties in Serbia
List of Ambassadors from Serbia
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