Cabinet of Radoman Božović

Cabinet of Radoman Božović was sworn in on 23 December 1991, after the previous cabinet under Dragutin Zelenović resigned due to economic failure. As a Prime Minister of Serbia he was a hardcore bureaucrat, under whom more than half of Serbian economy was under state ownership. After only 100 days in office, the inflation reached record 10,000%. His term was marked by a scandal in which two ministers from his cabinet were arrested, as well as his frequent arguments with opposition leader Vojislav Šešelj.[1] On 10 February 1993, the new minority cabinet of Socialist Party of Serbia, supported by Serbian Radical Party, was formed as a result of the December 20, 1992 parliamentary elections. Božović, himself a Socialist, opposed the support from the Radicals, so he refused another term.[2] This new cabinet was formed by Nikola Šainović.[3]

Cabinet of Radoman Božović
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2nd Cabinet of Republic of Serbia
1991–1993
Date formed23 December 1991
Date dissolved10 February 1993
People and organisations
Head of stateSlobodan Milošević
Head of governmentRadoman Božović
Member partiesSPS
History
Election(s)9–23 December 1990
PredecessorCabinet of Dragutin Zelenović
SuccessorCabinet of Nikola Šainović

Cabinet membersEdit

Position Portfolio Name In Office
Prime Minister General Affairs Radoman Božović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Deputy Prime Minister General Affairs Srboljub Vasović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
General Affairs Zoran Anđelković 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
General Affairs Nebojša Maljković 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Finance Jovan Zebić 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Mining and Energy Nikola Šainović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Defence Marko Negovanović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Internal Affairs Zoran Sokolović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Foreign Affairs Vladislav Jovanović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Economic Relations and Development Srđan Savić 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Justice Zoran Ćetković 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Jan Kišgeci 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Industry Velimir Mihajlović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Transportation Žarko Katić 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Urbanism, Comunal Affairs and Construction Uroš Banjanin 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Trade and Tourism Sava Vlajković 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Labour and Social Policy Branka Ješić 23 Dec 1991 - 24 Sep 1992
Jovan Radić 24 Sep 1992 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Science and Technology Divna Trajković 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Education Danilo Ž. Marković 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Culture Miodrag Đukić 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Health and Environment Protection Nikola Mitrović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Environment Protection Pavle Todorović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Youth and Sports Dragan Kićanović 23 Dec 1991 - 24 Sep 1992
Vladimir Cvetković 24 Sep 1992 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Diaspora Stanko Cvijan 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Religion Dragan Dragojlović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993
Minister Information Milivoje Pavlović 23 Dec 1991 - 10 Feb 1993

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2015-03-22.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)