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Officially the Government of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Влада Републике Србије / Vlada Republike Srbije) is the executive branch of government in Serbia.


Current Government

The current Government was elected on 7 July 2008 by the majority vote in the National Assembly of Serbia. The Cabinet, assembled by the Prime Minister designate Mirko Cvetković, was supported by coalition For a European Serbia (DS, G17+, SPO, LSV, SDP), coalition SPS/PUPS/JS and minority parties SVM, SDPS, BDSS and SLPS. Opposing parties are SRS, DSS, NS, SNS, PzDD and LDP.


The key principles of the Government


Position Portfolio Name Party
Prime Minister General Affairs Mirko Cvetković DS
First Deputy Prime Minister Ministry of Internal Affairs Ivica Dačić SPS
Deputy Prime Minister Ministry of Economy and Regional Development Mlađan Dinkić G17+
Deputy Prime Minister Ministry of Science and Technological Development Božidar Đelić DS
Deputy Prime Minister Social Affairs Jovan Krkobabić PUPS
Secretary-General Tamara Stojčević DS
Minister Foreign Affairs Vuk Jeremić DS
Minister Defence Dragan Šutanovac DS
Minister Trade and Services Slobodan Milosavljević DS
Minister Kosovo and Metohija Goran Bogdanović DS
Minister Justice Snežana Malović DS
Minister Finance Diana Dragutinović DS
Minister Public Administration and Local Self-Government Milan Marković DS
Minister Environment and Spatial Planning Oliver Dulić DS
Minister Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Saša Dragin DS
Minister Human and Minority Rights Svetozar Čiplić DS
Minister Religion Bogoljub Šijaković DS
Minister National Investment Plan Verica Kalanović G17+
Minister Health Tomica Milosavljević G17+
Minister Youth and Sports Snežana Samardžić-Marković G17+
Minister Telecommunications and Information Society Jasna Matić G17+
Minister Culture Nebojša Bradić G17+
Minister Infrastructure Milutin Mrkonjić SPS
Minister Education Žarko Obradović SPS
Minister Energy and Mining Petar Škundrić SPS
Minister Labour and Social Policy Rasim Ljajić SDP
Minister without portfolio Sulejman Ugljanin SDA
Minister Diaspora Srđan Srećković SPO

Note: The coalition government is under pressure to reduce the number of ministries from 25 to 16.[1]

Government agencies and offices

  • Agency for Development of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and Entrepreneurship
  • Agency for Peaceful Settlement of Labour Disputes
  • Bankruptcy Supervision Agency
  • Republic Broadcasting Agency
  • Business Registers Agency
  • Commissioner Office for Refugees
  • Deposit Insurance Agency
  • Energy Efficiency Agency
  • Medicines and Medical Devices Agency
  • National Employment Service
  • National Information Technology and Internet Agency
  • Privatization Agency
  • Recycling Agency
  • Safe Deposit Administration Office
  • Security-information Agency
  • Serbian Investment and Export Promotion Agency
  • Statistical Office
  • Tax Administration Office
  • The EU Integration Office

See also

External links


  1. ^ Fresh speculation that Serbia may axe ministries in cost-cutting drive, as IMF talks loom


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