Leaders of Montenegro
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The Republic of Montenegro proclaimed its independence on 3 Jun 2006. Together with the Republic of Serbia, it was a constituent part of the late Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1945-1992), the late Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and the late State of Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006). See also the page on Montenegrin Governments. The leadership of the late Yugoslav Socialist Republic of Montenegro (1945-1990) is provided by the site Rulers.

Look for biographies of the leaders (in Spanish) at CIDOB website.

Parties: DEMOS: Democratic Alliance DPS: Democratic Party of Socialist of Montenegro LSCG: Liberal Alliance of Montenegro NSCG: People's Party of Montenegro PCG: Positive Montenegro SDPCG: Social Democratic Party of Montenegro SNPCG: Socialist People's Party of Montenegro

Acknowledgements: most of the records provided in this page are courtesies of Dragan Markovic and Srdjan Kusovac. Additional information provided by Zoran Ristic.


Presidents
Momir Bulatovic      29 Dec 1990 - 15 Jan 1998         DPS
Milo Djukanovic      15 Jan 1998 - 25 Nov 2002         DPS
Filip Vujanovic      25 Nov 2002 - 19 May 2003         DPS (acting)
Rifat Rastoder   +                                     SDPCG (acting)
Dragan Kujovic       19 May 2003 - 22 May 2003         DPS (acting)
Filip Vujanovic      22 May 2003 -                     DPS

Prime ministers
Milo Djukanovic      16 Jan 1991 -  5 Feb 1998         DPS
Filip Vujanovic       5 Feb 1998 - 26 Nov 2002         DPS
Milo Djukanovic      26 Nov 2002 - 10 Nov 2006         DPS
Zeljko Sturanovic    10 Nov 2006 - 29 Feb 2008 (+2014) DPS
Milo Djukanovic      29 Feb 2008 - 29 Dec 2010         DPS
Igor Luksic          29 Dec 2010 -  4 Dec 2012         DPS
Milo Djukanovic       4 Dec 2012 - 28 Nov 2016         DPS
Dusko Markovic       28 Nov 2016-                      DPS    

Foreign Ministers
Branko Lukovac       1990-1991         DPS
Nikola Samardzic     1991-1992 (+2005) DPS
Miodrag Lekic        1992-1995         DPS
Janko Jeknic         1995-1997 (+1997) DPS  
Branko Perovic       1997-2000         DPS
Branko Lukovac       2000-2002         n/p
Dragan Djurovic      2002-2003         DPS (acting)
Dragisa Burzan       2003-2004         SDPCG
Miodrag Vlahovic     2004-2006         SDPCG
Milan Rocen          2006-2012         n/p
Nebojsa Kaludjerovic 2012              n/p
Igor Luksic          2012-2016         DPS
Srdjan Darmanovic    2016-             n/p

Interior Ministers
Pavle Bulatovic      1991-1992 (+2000) DPS
Nikola Pejakovic     1992-1995         DPS
Filip Vujanovic      1995-1998         DPS
Vukasin Maras        1998-2001 (+2008) DPS
Andrija Jovicevic    2001-2003
Milan Filipovic      2003              n/p
Dragan Djurovic      2003-2005         DPS  
Jusuf Kalamperovic   2005-2009         SDPCG
Ivan Brajovic        2009-2012         SDPCG
Rasko Konjevic       2012-2016         SDPCG
Goran Danilovic      2016              DEMOS
Mevludin Nuhodzic    2016-             DPS

Ministers of Defence
Bozidar Babic             1991-1992          military
Milo Djukanovic           1992-1993          DPS
Milo Djukanovic           2006               DPS
Boro Vucinic              2006-2012          DPS
Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic 2012-2016          DPS
Predrag Boskovic          2016-              DPS

Ministry abolished in 1993 and restablished in 2006.
Speakers of the Parliament
Risto Vukcevic       1990-1994          DPS
Svetozar Marovic     1994-2001          DPS
Vesna Perovic        2001-2002          LSCG
Filip Vujanovic      2002-2003          DPS
Rifat Rastoder   +                      SDPCG (acting)
Dragan Kujovic       2003               DPS (acting)
Ranko Krivokapic     2003-2016          SDPCG
Darko Pajovic        2016-              PCG

Presidents of DPS
Momir Bulatovic           1990-1997     
Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic 1997-1998     
Milo Djukanovic           1998-        

DPS evolved from the ruling League of Communists of Montenegro (SKCG) on 22 Jun 1991.
President of SNPCG
Momir Bulatovic      1997-2001          
Predrag Bulatovic    2001-2006          
Rajko Radovic        2006      (acting)
Srdan Milic          2006-
Momir Bulatovic created the pro-Serbian SNPCG on 21 Mar 1998, while DPS remained controlled by Milo Djukanovic.
President of NSCG
Novak Kilibarda      1990-2000         
Dragan Soc           2000-2005
Predrag Popovic      2005-             

Leaders of LSCG
Chairmen
Slavko Perovic       1990-1999          
Miroslav Vickovic    1999-2003 (+2004)
Vesna Perovic        2003-2004
Dzemal Perovic       2004-2005

Political leaders
Miodrag Zivkovic     1999-2004        
Vesna Perovic        2004-2005

LSCG was founded on 26 Jan 1990. On 24 Mar 2005 the party declared its political activities ceased.

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