Ivica Dačić

Serbian politician

Ivica Dačić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ивица Дачић, pronounced [îʋit͡sa dât͡ʃit͡ɕ]; born 1 January 1966) is a Serbian politician. He has been the Minister of Foreign Affairs since April 2014. He is the leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia.

Ivica Dačić
Secretary Tillerson Meets With Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic in Washington (25302876627) (cropped).jpg
Ivica Dačić in 2018 in the White House
First Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia
Assumed office
27 April 2014
Prime MinisterAleksandar Vučić
Himself (Acting)
Ana Brnabić
Preceded byAleksandar Vučić
In office
7 July 2008 – 27 July 2012
Prime MinisterMirko Cvetković
Preceded byBožidar Đelić
Succeeded byAleksandar Vučić
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Assumed office
27 April 2014
Prime MinisterAleksandar Vučić
Himself (Acting)
Ana Brnabić
Preceded byIvan Mrkić
Prime Minister of Serbia
In office
31 May 2017 – 29 June 2017
Acting
PresidentAleksandar Vučić
Preceded byAleksandar Vučić
Succeeded byAna Brnabić
In office
27 July 2012 – 27 April 2014
PresidentTomislav Nikolić
DeputyAleksandar Vučić (First)
Jovan Krkobabić
Rasim Ljajić
Suzana Grubješić
Preceded byMirko Cvetković
Succeeded byAleksandar Vučić
Minister of Internal Affairs
In office
7 July 2008 – 27 April 2014
Prime MinisterMirko Cvetković
Himself
Preceded byMirjana Orašanin (Acting)
Succeeded byNebojša Stefanović
Minister of Information of Serbia
In office
24 October 2000 – 25 January 2001
Served with Bogoljub Pejčić and Biserka Matić-Spasojević
Prime MinisterMilomir Minić
Preceded byAleksandar Vučić
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Personal details
Born (1966-01-01) 1 January 1966 (age 54)
Prizren, SFR Yugoslavia (now Kosovo)
Political partySocialist (1991–present)
Spouse(s)Sanja Sakić Dačić
Children2
Alma materUniversity of Belgrade
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From 2008 to April 2014, he was Minister of Internal Affairs, while also being Prime Minister of Serbia for part of that tenure, from July 2012 until 2014.[1] He also was Acting Prime Minister of Serbia from 31 May 2017 until 29 June 2017.

He unsuccessfully ran for President of Serbia in 2004.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Potpredsednici i ministri", Government of the Republic of Serbia, 2012
  2. "DOCUMENTS OF THE REPUBLIC ELECTORAL COMMISSION - REGULATIONS", Republic of Serbia, archived from the original on 27 October 2011