First cabinet of Vojislav Koštunica
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The Government of Serbia under Vojislav Koštunica as the Prime Minister was formed on March 3, 2004. After 2007 Serbian parliamentary election on 21 January, this cabinet served as a transitional government handling only technical issues until the new government was finally formed in May 2007.
|First Cabinet of Vojislav Koštunica|
9th Cabinet of Republic of Serbia
|2004 - 2007|
|Date formed||3 March 2004|
|Date dissolved||15 May 2007|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Boris Tadić|
|Head of government||Vojislav Koštunica|
|Election(s)||December 28, 2003|
|Predecessor||Cabinet of Zoran Živković|
|Successor||Cabinet of Vojislav Koštunica II|
This government of Serbia consisted of four political parties - DSS (10 portfolios), G-17 Plus (4 portfolios), SPO & NS (7 portfolios and their subsidiary parties) with parliamentary support of the SPS.
|Prime Minister||Vojislav Koštunica||DSS|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Miroljub Labus (2004-2006)
Ivana Dulić-Marković (2006)
|Minister||Foreign Affairs||Vuk Drašković||SPO|
|Minister||Internal Affairs||Dragan Jočić||DSS|
|Minister||Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management||Ivana Dulić-Marković (2004-2006)
Goran Živkov (2006)
|Minister||Labour, Employment, and Social Affairs||Slobodan Lalović|
|Minister||Health||Tomica Milosavljević (2004-2006)||G17+|
|Minister||Capital Investment||Velimir Ilić||NS|
|Minister||International Economic Relations||Predrag Bubalo (2004)
Milan Parivodić (2004-2006)
|Minister||Energy and Mining||Radomir Naumov||DSS|
|Minister||Education and Sport||Ljiljana Čolić (2004)
Slobodan Vuksanović (2004-2007)
|Minister||Trade Tourism and Services||Bojan Dimitrijević||SPO|
Industry and Privatization
|Dragan Maršićanin (2004)
Predrag Bubalo (2004-2007)
|Minister||Science and Environmental Protection||Aleksandar Popović||DSS|
|Minister||Public Administration and Local Self-Government||Zoran Lončar||DSS|
- Dragan Maršićanin, Minister of Economy, resigned from his position in order to run at the presidential elections in June 2004. After finishing in fourth place, he was sent to Switzerland as an ambassador. The Ministry of Economy was then restructured and renamed into the Ministry of Industry and Privatization. On October 19, 2004, Minister of International Economic Relations Predrag Bubalo became Maršićanin's replacement as the new Minister of Industry and Privatization.
- Because Predrag Bubalo left his position as the Minister of International Economic Relations, that job went to Milan Parivodić on the same day October 19, 2004.
- Ljiljana Čolić was forced to leave the position of Education and Sport Minister on September 16, 2004 after she made several controversial decisions. These decisions concerned her interference into the Biology schoolbook contents when she demanded evolution part to be equalized with creationist theory. On October 19, 2004 Slobodan Vuksanović was named as her replacement.
- Deputy Prime Minister Miroljub Labus resigned on his position on May 3, 2006 after the EU froze talks with Serbia on accession. Labus was the head of the EU accession team but the government failed to arrest Ratko Mladić, which was the principal condition of the EU to further pursue talks with Serbia.
- Ivana Dulić-Marković had resigned from the position of Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management on June 15, 2006, as she had been nominated to become the new Deputy Prime Minister, the position she was elected for on June 20, 2006.
- On the same day Dulic was named new Deputy PM, Goran Živkov got named as her replacement as the new Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management.
- All Ministers, members of G17+ party, resigned on October 1 due to the fact EU stopped the accession negotiations with Serbia. These ministers are Ivana Dulić-Marković, Mlađan Dinkić, Goran Živkov, Tomica Milosavljević. These resignations will be effective after the session of parliament and the parliament will probably not have any further sessions before elections, which are now inevitable as the Government does not have the support of the Parliament.