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List of Deputy Heads of State of Yugoslavia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Yugoslavia
Administrative divisions

List of Deputy Heads of State of Yugoslavia.

Below is a list of office-holders:

No. Picture Name
(Born–Died)
Term of Office Political Party Representing
Deputy Chairmen of the Presidium of the Federal Assembly
N/A Moša Pijade
(1890–1957)
1946 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia Serbia
N/A Josip Rus
(1893–1985)
1946 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia Slovenia
N/A Dimitar Vlahov
(1878–1953)
1946 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia Macedonia
N/A Filip Lakuš
(1888–1958)
1946 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia Croatia
N/A Đuro Pucar
(1899–1979)
1946 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina
N/A Marko Vujačić
(1889–1974)
1946 1953 Communist Party of Yugoslavia Montenegro
Vice Presidents
1 Aleksandar Ranković
(1909–1983)[1]
1963 1 July 1966 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Serbia
2 Koča Popović
(1908–1992)[2]
14 July 1966 1967 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Serbia
Vice Presidents of the Presidency
1 Krste Crvenkovski
(1921–2001)[3]
1971 1972 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Macedonia
2 Ratomir Dugonjić
(1916–1987)[3]
1972 1973 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina
3 Mitja Ribičič
(1919–2013)[3]
1973 1974 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Slovenia
4 Petar Stambolić
(1912–2007)[4]
July 1974 July 1975 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Serbia
5 Vladimir Bakarić
(1912–1983)
1975 1976 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Croatia
6 Vidoje Žarković
(1927–2000)
1976 1977 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Montenegro
7 Stevan Doronjski
(1919–1981)
1977 15 May 1978 League of Communists of Yugoslavia SAP Vojvodina
8 Fadil Hoxha
(1916–2001)[5]
15 May 1978 15 May 1979 League of Communists of Yugoslavia SAP Kosovo
9 Lazar Koliševski
(1914–2000)
15 May 1979 4 May 1980 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Macedonia
10 Cvijetin Mijatović
(1913–1992)[6]
4 May 1980 15 May 1980 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina
11 Sergej Kraigher
(1914–2001)[7]
15 May 1980 15 May 1981 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Slovenia
(4) Petar Stambolić
(1912–2007)[7]
15 May 1981 15 May 1982 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Serbia
(5) Vladimir Bakarić
(1912–1983)[8]
15 May 1982 16 January 1983 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Croatia
12 Mika Špiljak
(1916–2007)[9]
January 1983 15 May 1983 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Croatia
(6) Vidoje Žarković
(1927–2000)
15 May 1983 15 May 1984 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Montenegro
13 Radovan Vlajković
(1922–2001)
15 May 1984 15 May 1985 League of Communists of Yugoslavia SAP Vojvodina
14 Sinan Hasani
(1922–2010)
15 May 1985 15 May 1986 League of Communists of Yugoslavia SAP Kosovo
15 Lazar Mojsov
(1920–2011)[10]
15 May 1986 15 May 1987 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Macedonia
16 Hamdija Pozderac
(1924–1988)
15 May 1987 September 1987 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina
17 Raif Dizdarević
(1926– )
September 1987 15 May 1988 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina
18 Stane Dolanc
(1925–1999)[11]
15 May 1988 15 May 1989 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Slovenia
19 Borisav Jović
(1928– )
15 May 1989 15 May 1990 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Serbia
20 Stipe Šuvar
(1936–2004)
15 May 1990 August 1990 League of Communists of Yugoslavia Croatia
21 Stjepan Mesić
(1934– )
August 1990 15 May 1991 Croatian Democratic Union Croatia
22 Branko Kostić
(1939– )
15 May 1991 December 1991 Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro Montenegro

See also

References

  1. ^ Alexandar Rankovic - Political Profile of a Yugoslav "Stalinist"
  2. ^ Koka Popovic: a tough Eastern Proletarian Raised by Western Governesses
  3. ^ a b c Yusoslavia's New Constitution: Part One
  4. ^ Yugoslavia 1974
  5. ^ An Albanian Elected As Yugoslavia's State Vice-President
  6. ^ Mijatovic: President of Yugoslavia's Collective State Leadership
  7. ^ a b Sergej Kraigher - Yugoslavia's New State President
  8. ^ Yugoslav Vice-President Bakaric Dies
  9. ^ Yugoslavia's New State Presidency
  10. ^ League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY)
  11. ^ East European Leadership List
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