Prime Minister of Serbia and Montenegro


Prime Minister of Serbia and Montenegro
Prime Minister of
Serbia and Montenegro
Former political post
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Serbia and Montenegro
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Predecessor
Successor Serbia Vojislav Koštunica
Montenegro Milo Đukanović
First officeholder Milan Panić
Last officeholder Svetozar Marović
Political office started 14 July 1992
Political office ended 4 June 2006
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The Prime Minister of Serbia and Montenegro was the head of government of Serbia and Montenegro from its establishment in 1992 up until the state's dissolution in 2006. Between 1992-2003 the full name of the office was President of the Federal Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbian: Predsednik Savezne Vlade Savezne Republike Jugoslavije), while after the constitutional reforms of 2003 the title was Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro (Serbian: Predsednik Saveta ministara Srbije i Crne Gore). The office was merged in 2003 with the head of state, providing for one person to hold both the office of President of Serbia and Montenegro and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro.

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History

There were six prime ministers of Serbia and Montenegro after its assertion of independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) in 1992 until its dissolution in 2006.

Prime Ministers

      Socialist People's Party of Montenegro       Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro       Independent

Order Head of Government Lifespan Took office Left office Political party Note
Presidents of the Federal Government
1992-2003
1 Milan Panić   Milan Panić 1929– 14 July 1992 9 February 1993 Independent
2 Radoje Kontić   Radoje Kontić 1937– 9 February 1993 19 May 1998 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro
3 Momir Bulatović   Momir Bulatović 1956– 19 May 1998 4 November 2000 Socialist People's Party of Montenegro
4 Zoran Žižić   Zoran Žižić 1951– 4 November 2000 24 July 2001 Socialist People's Party of Montenegro
5 Dragiša Pešić   Dragiša Pešić 1954– 24 July 2001 7 March 2003 Socialist People's Party of Montenegro
Chairman of the Council of Ministers
2003-2006
6 Svetozar Marović   Svetozar Marović 1955– 7 March 2003 3 June 2006 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro Also head of state as President of Serbia and Montenegro (offices merged)

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