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President of the Government of Montenegro
Coat of arms of Montenegro.svg
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Incumbent
Milo Đukanović

since 29 February 2008
Appointer Filip Vujanović,
as President of Montenegro
Term length No term limit
Inaugural holder Duke Božo Petrović-Njegoš
Formation 20 March 1879
Website www.gov.me
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Prime Minister of Montenegro, (Montenegrin: Premijer Crne Gore) (Premier of Montenegro) is the leader of the Government of Montenegro. The prime minister directs the work of the Government, and submits to the Parliament of Montenegro the Government's Program including a list of proposed ministers. The resignation of the prime minister will cause the fall of the Government.

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List of Heads of Government of Montenegro (1879-Present)

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Principality of Montenegro (1879-1910)

Prime Ministers

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Duke Božo Petrović-Njegoš 20 March 1879 19 December 1905 Non-Party
Lazar Mijušković 19 December 1905 24 November 1906 True People's Party
Marko Radulović 24 November 1906 1 February 1907 Radical Party
Andrija Radović 1 February 1907 17 April 1907 People's Party
Lazar Tomanović 17 April 1907 28 August 1910 Serb People's Party

Kingdom of Montenegro (1910-1918)

Prime Ministers

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Lazar Tomanović 28 August 1910 19 June 1912 Serb People's Party
Duke Mitar Martinović 19 June 1912 8 May 1913 Military
Serdar Janko Vukotić 8 May 1913 16 July 1915 Military
Milo Matanović 16 July 1915 2 January 1916 Military
Lazar Mijušković 2 January 1916 12 May 1916 True People's Party
Andrija Radović 12 May 1916 17 January 1917 People's Party
Milo Matanović 17 January 1917 11 June 1917 Military
Evgenije Popović 11 June 1917 26 November 1918 Non-party

Government of the Kingdom of Montenegro was in exile in Bordeaux, France from March 1916 until October 1916, and in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France from October 1916.

Kingdom of Montenegro in Exile (1918-1922)

Prime Ministers

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Evgenije Popović 26 November 1918 17 February 1919 Non-party
General Anto Gvozdenovic 17 February 1919 1 March 1921 Military
Jovan Plamenac 1 March 1921 13 January 1922
Milutin Vučinić 13 January 1922 13 February 1922
General Anto Gvozdenovic 13 February 1922 13 July 1922 Military

These Governments were in exile in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France until February 1919, and in San Remo, Italy from February 1919.

Montenegro Committee for unity with Serbia (1918-1919)

President

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Stevo Vukotić 26 November 1918 23 April 1919

Independent State of Montenegro (1941-1945)

Chairman of the Interim Administration Committee

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Sekula Drljevic April 1941 May 1941 Montenegrin Peasants' Federalist Movement

President of the Advisory Council

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Jovo Popovic 1941 12 July 1941

President of the Assembly

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Jovo Popovic 12 July 1941 13 July 1941

Prime Minister

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Sekula Drljevic 13 July 1941 July 1941 Montenegrin Peasants' Federalist Movement

Presidents of the National Committee

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Blažo Đukanović 1941 19 October 1943 National Movement
Ljubo Vukčević 19 October 1943 April 1945

Socialist Republic of Montenegro (1945-1991)

Minister for Montenegro (part of Yugoslav government)

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Milovan Djilas 7 March 1945 1945 Communist Party of Yugoslavia

Prime Minister

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Blažo Jovanović 17 April 1945 4 February 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia

Presidents of the Executive Council

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Blažo Jovanović 4 February 1953 16 December 1953 League of Communists of Montenegro
Filip Bajković 16 December 1953 12 July 1962 League of Communists of Montenegro
Đorđije Pajković 12 July 1962 25 June 1963 League of Communists of Montenegro
Veselin Đuranović 25 June 1963 8 December 1966 League of Communists of Montenegro
Mijuško Šibalić 8 December 1966 5 May 1967 League of Communists of Montenegro
Vidoje Žarković 5 May 1967 7 October 1969 League of Communists of Montenegro
Žarko Bulajić 7 October 1969 6 May 1974 League of Communists of Montenegro
Marko Orlandić 6 May 1974 28 April 1978 League of Communists of Montenegro
Momčilo Cemović 28 April 1978 7 May 1982 League of Communists of Montenegro
Radivoje Brajović 7 May 1982 6 June 1986 League of Communists of Montenegro
Vuko Vukadinović 6 June 1986 29 March 1989 League of Communists of Montenegro
Radoje Kontić 29 March 1989 15 February 1991 League of Communists of Montenegro

Republic of Montenegro (in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1991-2003 and the State Union Serbia and Montenegro, 2003-2006)

Prime Ministers

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Milo Đukanović 15 February 1991 5 February 1998 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro
Filip Vujanović 5 February 1998 8 January 2003 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro
Milo Đukanović 8 January 2003 3 June 2006 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro

Montenegro (Independent, 2006-Present)

Prime Ministers

Prime Minister Term start Term end Political Party
Milo Đukanović 3 June 2006 10 November 2006 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro
Željko Šturanović 10 November 2006 29 February 2008 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro
Milo Đukanović 29 February 2008 Present Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro

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