List of leaders of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Wikis

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Members of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia during World War II (from left to right): Dr. Bakarić, Ivan Milutinović, Edvard Kardelj, Josip Broz Tito, Aleksandar-Leka Ranković, Svetozar Vukmanović-Tempo and Milovan Đilas.

This is a partial list of the leading officials of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (known as the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia until 1963). though usually refered to a president the official title was Chairman of the Presidium of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

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President Term Notes
Ivan Ribar 29 December 1945 - 14 January 1953
Josip Broz Tito 14 January 1953 - 16 May 1974 President for life after 1974

After 1974, Yugoslavia was headed by a collective presidency, consisting of representatives of the six republics, the two autonomous provinces within SR Serbia and (until 1988) the President of the League of Communists. The collective was first chaired by Tito, who was President for life. After his death in 1980, one member was annually elected Chairman of the Presidency and acted as head of state.

Name Term Representing Declared nationality
Josip Broz Tito 16 May 1974 - 4 May 1980 President for life Yugoslavian
Lazar Koliševski 4 May 1980 - 15 May 1980 SR Macedonia Macedonian
Cvijetin Mijatović 15 May 1980 - 15 May 1981 SR Bosnia-Herzegovina Serb
Sergej Kraigher 15 May 1981 - 15 May 1982 SR Slovenia Slovene
Petar Stambolić 15 May 1982 - 15 May 1983 SR Serbia Serb
Mika Špiljak 15 May 1983 - 15 May 1984 SR Croatia Croat
Veselin Đuranović 15 May 1984 - 15 May 1985 SR Montenegro Montenegrin
Radovan Vlajković 15 May 1985 - 15 May 1986 SAP Vojvodina Serb
Sinan Hasani 15 May 1986 - 15 May 1987 SAP Kosovo Albanian
Lazar Mojsov 4 May 1987 - 15 May 1988 SR Macedonia Macedonian
Raif Dizdarević 15 May 1988 - 15 May 1989 SR Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnian Muslim
Janez Drnovšek 15 May 1989 - 15 May 1990 SR Slovenia Slovene
Borisav Jović 15 May 1990 - 15 May 1991 SR Serbia Serb
vacant 15 May 1991 - 16 May 1991
Sejdo Bajramović
(Acting President)
16 May 1991 - 30 June 1991 SAP Kosovo Albanian
Stjepan Mesić 30 June 1991 - 3 October 1991
(formally resigned 5 December)
Croatia Croat
Branko Kostić
(acting President)
3 October 1991 - 15 June 1992 SR Montenegro Montenegrin

As of 2009, Sinan Hasani, Lazar Mojsov, Raif Dizdarević, Borisav Jović, Stjepan Mesić and Branko Kostić are still-living former members of the Yugoslav presidency.

Heads of government

The government of Yugoslavia was first headed by a Prime minister. On 14 January 1953, it was reorganized into the Federal Executive Council chaired by a President.

Name Term Declared nationality Republic
Josip Broz Tito 29 November 1945 - 29 June 1963 Croat NR Croatia
Petar Stambolić 29 June 1963 - 16 May 1967 Serb SR Serbia
Mika Špiljak 16 May 1967 - 18 May 1969 Croat SR Croatia
Mitja Ribičič 18 May 1969 - 30 July 1971 Slovene SR Slovenia
Džemal Bijedić 30 July 1971 - 18 January 1977 Bosnian Muslim SR Bosnia-Herzegovina
Veselin Đuranović 18 January 1977 - 16 May 1982 Montenegrin SR Montenegro
Milka Planinc 16 May 1982 - 15 May 1986 Croat SR Croatia
Branko Mikulić 15 May 1986 - 16 March 1989 Croat SR Bosnia-Herzegovina
Ante Marković 16 March 1989 - 20 December 1991 Croat SR Bosnia-Herzegovina

As of 2009, Mitja Ribičič, Milka Planinc, and Ante Marković are still-living former presidents of the Federal Executive Council.

Leaders of the Communist party

After the establishment of the Communist Yugoslavia, the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, in 1952 renamed League of Communists of Yugoslavia was led by General secretary and later by the Presidents of the Presidium:

Name Term Notes
Josip Broz Tito March 1939 - 4 May 1980 general secretary
later President of the Presidium
Name Term Representing
Branko Mikulić
(acting President)
19 October 1978 - 23 October 1979 SR Bosnia and Herzegovina
Stevan Doronjski
(acting President until 4 May)
23 October 1979 - 20 October 1980 SAP Vojvodina
Lazar Mojsov 20 October 1980 - 20 October 1981 SR Macedonia
Dušan Dragosavac 20 October 1981 - 29 June 1982 SR Croatia
Mitja Ribičič 29 June 1982 - 30 June 1983 SR Slovenia
Dragoslav Marković 30 June 1983 - 26 June 1984 SR Serbia
Ali Shukrija 26 June 1984 - 25 June 1985 SAP Kosovo
Vidoje Žarković 25 June 1985 - 26 June 1986 SR Montenegro
Milanko Renovica 28 June 1986 - 30 June 1987 SR Bosnia-Herzegovina
Boško Krunić 30 June 1987 - 30 June 1988 SAP Vojvodina
Stipe Šuvar 30 June 1988 - 30 June 1989 SR Croatia
Milan Pančevski 30 June 1989 - 30 June 1990 SR Macedonia

As of 2009, Lazar Mojsov, Dušan Dragosavac, Mitja Ribičič, Milanko Renovica, Boško Krunić and Milan Pančevski are still-living former leaders of the Communist Party.

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