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The following is a list of Chairmen of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Heads of Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1945-Present)

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Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1943-1991)

Minister for Bosnia and Herzegovina (Part of Yugoslav Government)

Prime Ministers

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)
  • Jure Pelivan (20 December 1990 - 3 March 1992)

Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-1997)

Prime Ministers

  • Jure Pelivan (3 March 1992 - 9 November 1992)
  • Mile Akmadžić (9 November 1992 - 25 October 1993)
  • Haris Silajdžić (25 October 1993 - 30 January 1996)
  • Hasan Muratović (30 January 1996 - 3 January 1997)

Post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina (1997-Present)

Co-Prime Ministers

Name Ethnicity Party Term
Haris Silajdžić Bosniak SBIH
+ Boro Bosić Serb SDS 3 January 1997-3 February 1999
Haris Silajdžić Bosniak SBIH
+ Svetozar Mihajlović Serb SPRS 3 February 1999-6 June 2000

Chairmen of the Council of Ministers

Name Ethnicity Party Term
Spasoje Tuševljak Serb Non-party 6 June 2000-18 October 2000
Martin Raguz Croat HDZ 18 October 2000-22 February 2001
Božidar Matić Croat SDPBiH 22 February 2001-18 July 2001
Zlatko Lagumdžija Bosniak SDPBiH 18 July 2001-15 March 2002
Dragan Mikerević Serb PDP 15 March 2002-23 December 2002
Adnan Terzić Bosniak SDA 23 December 2002-11 January 2007
Nikola Špirić Serb SNSD 11 January 2007-present

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