President of Serbia

head of state of the Republic of Serbia

The President of Serbia is the head of state of the Republic of Serbia. Prior to the title of President, head of state which ruled Serbia was called a King. Presently serving as the head of state is President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić. President Tadic was elected for a second term with a 50.31% majority in the 2008 Serbian presidential election.[1] Tomislav Nikolić was President after winning the 2012 election. Aleksandar Vučić is the current President since winning the 2017 election.

President of Serbia
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Standard of the President of Serbia
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Incumbent
Aleksandar Vučić

since May 31, 2017
ResidenceNovi Dvor
Term length5 years, renewable once
Inaugural holderSlobodan Milošević
Formation11 January 1991
Websitewww.predsednik.rs

List of PresidentsEdit

  Democratic Party (1)   Socialist Party (1)   Serbian Progressive Party (2)

Order Head of State Lifespan Took office Left office Party Note
Presidents after independence
2006 onwards
1
(16)
    Boris Tadić
Борис Тадић

 
born 1958 5 June 2006 5 April 2012 Democratic Party First President of independent Serbia.
Third President of Serbia since dissolution of Yugoslavia.
N/A     Slavica Đukić Dejanović
Славица Ђукић Дејановић
born 1951 5 April 2012 31 May 2012 Socialist Party of Serbia Acting head of state as President of the National Assembly.
First female head of state after independence.
2
(17)
    Tomislav Nikolić
Томислав Николић

 
born 1952 31 May 2012 31 May 2017 Serbian Progressive Party
(formally independent)
Second President of independent Serbia.
Fourth President of Serbia since the dissolution of Yugoslavia.
3
(18)
    Aleksandar Vučić
Александар Вучић

 
born 1970 31 May 2017
(Inaugurated on 23 June 2017)
Incumbent Serbian Progressive Party Third President of independent Serbia.
Fifth President of Serbia since the dissolution of Yugoslavia.

Living former PresidentsEdit

Name Term Date of birth
Dušan Čkrebić 1984–1986 (1927-08-07) 7 August 1927 (age 93)
Milan Milutinović 1997–2002 (1942-12-19) 19 December 1942 (age 77)
Boris Tadić 2004–2012 (1958-01-15) 15 January 1958 (age 62)
Tomislav Nikolić 2012–2017 (1952-02-15) 15 February 1952 (age 68)

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