Professor Žarko Korać (Serbian Cyrillic: Жарко Кораћ), Ph.D. (born 9 March 1947 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian psychologist and politician. He taught psychology at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy and is one of the founders and former president of the Social Democratic Union.
|Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia|
25 January 2001 – 3 March 2004
|Prime Minister||Zoran Đinđić|
|Preceded by||Spasoje Krunić|
|Succeeded by||Miroljub Labus|
|Prime Minister of Serbia|
17 March 2003 – 18 March 2003
|Preceded by||Nebojša Čović (acting)|
|Succeeded by||Zoran Živković|
|Vice President of the National Assembly of Serbia|
23 July 2012 – 16 April 2014
|Prime Minister||Ivica Dačić|
|Preceded by||Judita Popović|
|Succeeded by||Gordana Čomić|
|Born||9 March 1947|
Belgrade, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia
|Political party||GSS (1992–1996)|
SDU (1996–2002; 2003–2014)
He was Deputy Prime Minister in the Government of Serbia between 2001 and 2004, and briefly acting Prime Minister (17–18 March 2003), after Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić was assassinated.
Korać is a long time member of the Parliament of Serbia, being part of the LDP-led coalition since 2008.
After May 2012 elections, Korać was elected as Deputy Speaker in the Parliament of Serbia.
- ^ "Žarko Korać: Ova vlast je hrabra". NOVOSTI (in Serbian). Retrieved 2021-02-07.
- ^ "Žarko Korać". istinomer.rs.
- Professor Korać web page at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy website
- Žarko Korać's webpage at the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia website
- Official website of the Social Democratic Union
- Glas javnosti, April 14, 2000
- Deputy Speakers at the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia website