President of Serbia and Montenegro

position

The president of Serbia and Montenegro (Serbian: Председник Србије и Црне Горе) was the head of state of Serbia and Montenegro. From its creation in 1992 until 2003, when the country was reconstituted as a confederacy (state union), the head of state was known as the president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

President of
Serbia and Montenegro
Flag of the President of Yugoslavia (1993–2003).svg
Standard of the President of
Serbia and Montenegro
Formation15 June 1992
First holderDobrica Ćosić
Final holderSvetozar Marović
Abolished3 June 2006
Succession Boris Tadić
Filip Vujanović

In 2006 the office was abolished as the state union was dissolved, with Serbia and Montenegro becoming independent countries.

ListEdit

No. Portrait Name
(Lifespan)
Representing Term of office Political party Note
Took office Left office Time in office
Presidents of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
1992–2003
1Dobrica Ćosić
(1921–2014)
Serbia15 June 19921 June 1993351 daysIndependent
Miloš Radulović
(1929–2017)
Acting
Montenegro1 June 199325 June 199324 daysDPSM
2Zoran Lilić
(born 1953)
Serbia25 June 199325 June 19974 years, 0 daysSPS
Srđa Božović
(born 1955)
Acting
Montenegro25 June 199723 July 199728 daysDPSM
3Slobodan Milošević
(1941–2006)
Serbia23 July 19977 October 20003 years, 76 daysSPSForced to step down in the Bulldozer Revolution.
4Vojislav Koštunica
(born 1944)
Serbia7 October 20007 March 20032 years, 151 daysDPSThe only president elected in direct election.
President of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro
2003–2006
5Svetozar Marović
(born 1955)
Montenegro7 March 20033 June 20063 years, 88 daysDPSMAlso head of government as Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro (offices merged).