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Dragan Tomić (Serbian: Драган Томић) (born 1936 in Pristina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia) is a Serbian politician, a member of the Socialist Party of Serbia, who served as the President of the National Assembly of Serbia, holding the position from 1994 to 2001. After the election of Slobodan Milošević on the position of President of Serbia and Montenegro, which led to Milošević's resignation from the Serbian Presidency, he next became acting President of Serbia by position, according to the Constitution of Serbia, from 23 July to 29 December 1997. In the second cabinet of the Prime Minister Mirko Marjanović, Tomić served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia, from 1998 to 2000.
|5th President of the National Assembly of Serbia|
1 February 1994 – 22 January 2001
|Preceded by||Zoran Aranđelović|
|Succeeded by||Dragan Maršićanin|
|President of Serbia|
23 July 1997 – 29 December 1997
|Prime Minister||Mirko Marjanović|
|Preceded by||Slobodan Milošević|
|Succeeded by||Milan Milutinović|
Pristina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
|Political party||Socialist Party of Serbia|
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- Bideleux, Robert; Jeffries, Ian (2007). The Balkans: a post-communist history. Taylor & Francis. p. 277. ISBN 978-0-415-22962-3. Retrieved 29 March 2011.
- The economist. Economist Newspaper Ltd. 1997.
He has already put Dragan Tomic, a loyal apparatchik, back as president of Serbia's parliament, which makes him acting president.
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