List of mayors of Zagreb

This article contains a list of people who have served as mayor of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, or president of the Zagreb Assembly.

Mayor of the City of Zagreb
Gradonačelnik Grada Zagreba
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The Mayor’s chain of honour
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Incumbent
Tomislav Tomašević

since 4 June 2021
AppointerDirect elections
(before 2009: by Zagreb Assembly)
Term length4 years
unlimited number of renewals
Inaugural holderJanko Kamauf
Formation1851
Websitezagreb.hr

ListEdit

No. Picture Name Term of office Elected Political party
1   Janko Kamauf 1851 1857
2   Josip F. Haerdtl 1857 1857
3   Svetozar Kušević 1858 1858 People's Party
4   Johan Lichtenegger 1858 1861
5   Vjekoslav Frigan 1 March 1861 27 February 1868[1] Unionist Party
6   Makso Mihalić 1868 1869
7   Dragutin Cekuš 17 October 1869 28 February 1872[2]
8   Pavao Hatz 28 February 1872 28 May 1873
9   Stjepan Vrabčević 28 May 1873 13 December 1873[2]
10   Ivan Vončina 13 December 1873 19 September 1876[2] People's Party
11   Stanko Andrijević 30 November 1876[3] 14 January 1879[2] People's Party
12   Matija Mrazović 1 February 1879 10 August 1881 Independent People's Party
13   Josip Hoffman August 1881 August 1885 Independent People's Party
14   Nikola Badovinac 5 September 1885[2] 16 June 1887[4] Independent People's Party
15   Ignjat Sieber 16 June 1887[4] 29 January 1890[5]
16   Milan Amruš 29 January 1890[6] 20 June 1892 Independent People's Party
17   Adolf Mošinsky 1892 15 December 1904[5]
18   Milan Amruš 1904 1910 Independent People's Party
19   Janko Holjac 5 April 1910[7] 21 September 1917[7] Croat-Serb Coalition
20   Stjepan Srkulj 21 September 1917[7] 24 November 1919 Croatian Union
21   Svetozar Delić 16 April 1920 22 April 1920 1920 Socialist Workers' Party of Yugoslavia
22   Dragutin Tončić 1920 1920
23   Vjekoslav Heinzel 17 August 1920 23 October 1928[8] 1920 Croatian Union
1921 Croatian Bloc
1927
24   Stjepan Srkulj 20 November 1928[9] 21 April 1932[9] Croatian Bloc
25   Ivo Krbek 1932 1934 Independent
26   Rudolf Erber 1934 21 October 1936[10] Independent
  Teodor Kaufmann
(acting)
21 October 1936 31 March 1937[10] Independent
27   Teodor Peičić 1937 1939 Independent
28   Mate Starčević 1939 10 April 1941 Croatian Peasant Party
29   Jozo Dumandžić 10 April 1941[11] 1941 Ustaša – Croatian Revolutionary Organization
30   Ivan Werner 1941 26 June 1944[12](Died in office) Ustaša – Croatian Revolutionary Organization
31   Eugen Starešinić August 1944 6 May 1945 Ustaša – Croatian Revolutionary Organization
32   Dragutin Saili 1945 1949 Communist Party of Croatia
33   Mika Špiljak 1949 1950 Communist Party of Croatia
34   Milivoj Rukavina 1950 1951 Communist Party of Croatia
35   Mirko Pavleković 1951 1952 Communist Party of Croatia
36   Većeslav Holjevac 1952 1963 League of Communists of Croatia
37   Pero Pirker 1963 1967 League of Communists of Croatia
38   Ratko Karlović 1967 1967 League of Communists of Croatia
39   Josip Kolar 1967 1972 League of Communists of Croatia
40   Ivo Vrhovec 1972 1978 League of Communists of Croatia
41   Ivo Latin 1978 1982 League of Communists of Croatia
42   Mato Mikić 1982 1983 League of Communists of Croatia
43   Aleksandar Varga 1983 1984 League of Communists of Croatia
44   Zorislav Šonje 1984 1985 League of Communists of Croatia
45   Tito Kosty 1985 1986 League of Communists of Croatia
46   Mato Mikić 1986 1990 League of Communists of Croatia
47   Boris Buzančić 1990 1993 1990 Croatian Democratic Union
48   Branko Mikša 1993 1996 1993 Croatian Democratic Union
49   Marina Matulović-Dropulić 2 March 1996 30 April 1996 1995 Croatian Democratic Union
  Stjepan Brolich
(Government Commissioner)
30 April 1996 5 June 1997 Croatian Democratic Union
49   Marina Matulović-Dropulić 5 June 1997 14 March 2000 1997 Croatian Democratic Union
  Josip Kregar
(Government Commissioner)
14 March 2000 2 June 2000[13] Independent
50   Milan Bandić 2 June 2000[13] 1 March 2002[14] 2000 Social Democratic Party of Croatia
2001
51   Vlasta Pavić 1 March 2002 14 June 2005[15] Social Democratic Party of Croatia
52   Milan Bandić 14 June 2005[15] 28 February 2021[16]
(Died in office)
2005 Social Democratic Party of Croatia
2009
2013 Independent
2017 BM 365 - Labour and Solidarity Party
  Jelena Pavičić Vukičević
(Deputy Mayor acting as Mayor)
28 February 2021[17] 4 June 2021 BM 365 - Labour and Solidarity Party
53   Tomislav Tomašević 4 June 2021[18] Incumbent 2021 We Can!

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Feljton: Zagrebački gradonačelnici I. Dio :: HRT – Radio Sljeme".
  2. ^ a b c d e Gjuro Szabo: Stari Zagreb, Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, 1990, p. 146
  3. ^ http://enciklopedija.lzmk.hr/clanak.aspx?id=53178
  4. ^ a b "Hrvatski biografski leksikon".
  5. ^ a b Gjuro Szabo: Stari Zagreb, Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, 1990, p. 147
  6. ^ http://213.191.137.190/Povijest/Knjige/Vatrogasna_glazba_u_Zagrebu_1907.pdf
  7. ^ a b c Gjuro Szabo: Stari Zagreb, Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, 1990, p. 173
  8. ^ "Groblje na najvećoj zagrebačkoj tržnici (2/2)". 4 April 2012.
  9. ^ a b Milica Stilinović, „Zagrebački gradonačelnici“, Zagreb jučer, danas, sutra, I. dio., Zagreb 1965., p. 112
  10. ^ a b "Historical contributions". 1982.
  11. ^ Dizdar, Zdravko; Grčić, Marko; Ravlić, Slaven; Stuparić, Darko (1997). Tko je tko u NDH (in Croatian). Zagreb: Minerva. p. 106. ISBN 978-953-6377-03-9.
  12. ^ Dizdar, Zdravko; Grčić, Marko; Ravlić, Slaven; Stuparić, Darko (1997). Tko je tko u NDH (in Croatian). Zagreb: Minerva. p. 427. ISBN 978-953-6377-03-9.
  13. ^ a b "Umro je gradonačelnik Zagreba Milan Bandić". Jutarnji list (in Croatian). 28 February 2021. Retrieved 28 February 2021.
  14. ^ Horvat, Vedran (1 March 2002). "Vlasta Pavić nova zagrebačka gradonačelnica". Vjesnik (in Croatian). Archived from the original on 12 July 2002. Retrieved 17 March 2008.
  15. ^ a b "Životni put Milana Bandića". Croatian Radio Television. 28 February 2021. Retrieved 14 March 2021.
  16. ^ Jureško, Goranka (28 February 2021). "Umro je Milan Bandić". Jutarnji list (in Croatian). Retrieved 28 February 2021.
  17. ^ "Zagreb će do izbora voditi Jelena Pavičić Vukičević". Index.hr (in Croatian). 28 February 2021. Retrieved 28 February 2021.
  18. ^ "Održana službena primopredaja izvršnih ovlasti gradonačelnika Grada Zagreba". zagreb.hr (in Croatian). Grad Zagreb. 4 June 2021. Retrieved 10 June 2021.

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