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Government of Montenegro

The government of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Влада Црне Горе, Vlada Crne Gore) is the executive branch of state authority in Montenegro. It is headed by the prime minister. It comprises the prime minister, the deputy prime ministers as well as ministers.

The Government building in Podgorica

Milo Đukanović is the current Prime Minister of Montenegro and Head of Government. The current members of the cabinet were elected on 4 December 2012 by the majority vote in the Parliament of Montenegro. The Cabinet, assembled by Candidate for the Prime Minister Milo Đukanović, was supported by ruling coalition of DPS, SDP, HGI, LPCG and BS.

Contents

  • Ministries 1
  • Composition 2
  • Former Governments 3
    • 2009-2010 3.1
    • 1991–1993 3.2
    • 1993–1996 3.3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Ministries

Each minister of each ministry reports to the Prime Minister.

Composition

Former Governments

2009-2010

After 2009 Parliamentary election, DPS, SDP, DUA, HGI and BS formed a parliamentary majority, that supported a Government led by Prime Minister Milo Đukanović. This cabinet was approved in the Parliament of Montenegro on 11 June 2009, and was in power until Prime Minister Milo Đukanović resigned on 23 December 2010.

  • Prime Minister – Milo Đukanović (general affairs)
  • Finance/Deputy Prime Minister - Igor Lukšić
  • Deputy Prime Minister for Political System - Svetozar Marović
  • Information Society/Deputy Prime Minister for Economic System - Vujica Lazović
  • Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management - Milutin Simović
  • Culture, Sport and Media - Branislav Mićunović
  • Defense - Boro Vucinic
  • Economic Development - Branko Vujović
  • Education and Science - Sreten Škuletić/Slavoljub Stijepović
  • European Integrations - Gordana Đurović
  • Foreign Affairs - Milan Roćen
  • Health - Miodrag Radunović
  • Human and Minority Rights Protection - Ferhat Dinosha
  • Internal Affairs and Public Administration - Ivan Brajović
  • Justice - Miraš Radović
  • Labour and Social Welfare - Suad Numanović
  • Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Telecommunications - Andrija Lompar
  • Tourism - Predrag Nenezić
  • Urbanism and Environmental Protection -Branimir Gvozdenović
  • without portfolio - Slavoljub Stijepović
  • without portfolio - Rafet Husović

1991–1993

The first Montenegrin government lasted from February 1991 to March 1993. It was solely made by the League of Communists of Montenegro (Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro):

  • Prime Minister – Milo Đukanović (general affairs)
  • Vice-President – Blagoje Lučić (later Mihailo Lješar) (no portfolio)
  • Vice-President – Mr Vuk Ognjenović (later Krunoslav Vukčević) (no portfolio)
  • Vice-President – Mr Zoran Žižić (no portfolio)
  • Justice – Momčilo Knežević (later resigned)
  • National Defense – Božidar Babić
  • Foreign Affairs – Nikola Samardžić (later Miodrag Lekić)
  • Education & Science – Dr Predrag Obradović
  • Culture and Physical Education – Ilija Lakušić
  • Privreda – Vojin Đukanović (later Miodrag Gomilanović)
  • Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management – Branko Abramović
  • Tourism and Trade – Nebojša Zeković (resigned, Dragan Milić)
  • Urbanism and Construction – Đorđije Pribilović
  • Health and Zaštita životne sredine – Dr Miomir Mugoša (since January 1992 only Minister of Health)
  • Zaštita životne sredine, since January 1992 – Dr Mihailo Burić
  • Labour, Social and Fighting-Invalid Protection – Milivoje Jauković
  • Drago Sofranac (no portfolio)
  • Jusuf Fehatović (later Miladin Vukotić, no portfolio)
  • Predrag Gomilanović (later Branko Radović, no portfolio)

1993–1996

From March 1993 to 1996 the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro reigned alone.

  • Prime Minister – Milo Đukanović (general affairs)
  • Vice-President – Mr Zoran Žižić
  • Vice-President – Mr Mihailo Ljesar (since February 1994 Asim Telašević)
  • Vice-President – Krunoslav Vukčević
  • Vice-President – Mr Rade Perović
  • Justice – Filip Vujanović (later Miodrag Latković)
  • Internal Affairs – Nikola Pejaković (later Filip Vujanović)
  • Finances – Mr Božidar Gazivoda (later Dr Predrag Goranović)
  • Foreign Affairs – Miodrag Lekić (later Janko Jeknić)
  • Education and Science – Dr Predrag Obradović
  • Culture – Gojko Čelebić
  • Industry, Energetics and Mining – Dr Miodrag Gomilanović
  • Pomorstvo and Traffics – Jusuf Kalamperović (resigned, replaced by Mr Vojislav Mićunović)
  • Agriculture and Forestry – Mr Branko Abramović (later Radivoje Rašović)
  • Tourism – Dragan Milić
  • Trade – Duško Laličević
  • Space Management – Miodrag Burzan (later Dr Radovan Bakić)
  • Zaštita životne sredine – Dr Vukić Pulević (later Ana Mišurović)
  • Health – Dr Miomir Mugoša
  • Labour and Social Care – Milivoje Jauković (later Branimir Bojanić)
  • Religion – Dr Slobodan Tomović
  • Sports – Božidar Ivanović
  • Miladin Vukotić (no portfolio)
  • Mevludin Nuhodžić (no portfolio)
  • Dr Ranko Kadić (resigned, later Branko Radović; no portfolio)

See also

External links

  • The Government of Montenegro (Montenegrin) (English)
    • Ministry of Agriculture and Rural development
    • Ministry of Culture
    • Ministry of Defense
    • Ministry of Economy
    • Ministry of Education
    • Ministry of Science
    • Ministry of Finance
    • Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
    • Ministry of Health
    • Ministry of Human and Minority Rights
    • Ministry of Information Society
    • Ministry of Interior Affairs
    • Ministry of Justice
    • Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare
    • Ministry of Transportation and Maritime Affairs
    • Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism
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