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President of the Parliament of Montenegro

President of Parliament

Predsjednik Skupštine

Предсједник Скупштине
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Incumbent

Aleksa Bečić


since 23 September 2020
Style Mister/Madam President
Appointer Parliament of Montenegro
Term length Four years
Inaugural holder Šako Petrović-Njegoš
Formation 27 November 1906[1]

The President of the Parliament of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Predsjednik Skupštine Crne Gore / Предсједник Скупштине Црне Горе) is the presiding officer of the Parliament of Montenegro. The President's term lasts four years, and is elected by members of each new assembly.[2] The current President of the Parliament is Aleksa Bečić (Democrats).[3]

The President of the Parliament serves as acting President of Montenegro if the elected president vacates the office before the expiration of the 5-year presidential term due to death, resignation or removal from office.

List of presidents [ edit ]

Monarchy [ edit ]

Name Party Term of office
Heads of Senate of Montenegro and the Highlands
Ivan Vukotić None 2 September 1831 January 1834
Pero Petrović None 3 September 1837 1 December 1853
Đorđije Petrović None 1 December 1853 18 February 1857
Mirko Petrović None 18 February 1857 20 July 1867
Božo Petrović None 20 July 1867 20 March 1879
Presidents of the National Assembly of Montenegro
Šako Petrović NS 27 November 1906 9 July 1907
Labud Gojnić PNS 27 November 1907 14 December 1908
Marko Đukanović PNS 14 December 1908 1 December 1910
Milo Dožić None 1 December 1910 12 February 1911
Jovan Plamenac PNS 1 December 1911 25 October 1913
Milo Dožić None 28 January 1914 4 January 1916

Republic [ edit ]

No. Name

(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party
President of Montenegrin Anti-Fascist Assembly of National Liberation
1 Niko Miljanić

(1892–1957)
15 November 1943 13 July 1944 People's Liberation Front
Presidents of the Presidium of the People's Assembly
(1) Niko Miljanić

(1892–1957)
13 July 1944 21 November 1946 People's Liberation Front
2 Miloš Rašović

(1893–1988)
21 November 1946 6 November 1950 Communist Party
3 Nikola Kovačević

(1890–1964)
6 November 1950 15 December 1953 Communist Party
4 Blažo Jovanović

(1907–1976)
15 December 1953 12 July 1962 League of Communists
5 Filip Bajković

(1910–1985)
12 July 1962 5 May 1963 League of Communists
6 Andrija Mugoša

(1912–2006)
5 May 1963 5 May 1967 League of Communists
7 Veljko Milatović

(1921–2004)
5 May 1967 6 October 1969 League of Communists
8 Vidoje Žarković

(1927–2000)
6 October 1969 1 April 1974 League of Communists
9 Budislav Šoškić

(1925–1979)
1 April 1974 5 April 1974 League of Communists
Presidents of the People's Assembly of Montenegro
(9) Budislav Šoškić

(1925–1979)
5 April 1974 12 August 1979 League of Communists
10 Radivoje Brajović

(born 1935)
August 1979 April 1982 League of Communists
11 Milutin Tanjević

(1927–2011)
April 1982 May 1983 League of Communists
12 Omer Kurpejović

(1929–2013)
May 1983 May 1984 League of Communists
13 Čedomir Đuranović

(1932–2012)
May 1984 May 1985 League of Communists
14 Marko Matković

(1932–2016)
May 1985 June 1986 League of Communists
15 Velisav Vuksanović

(died 2011)
June 1986 March 1989 League of Communists
16 Dragan Radonjić

(born 1955)
March 1989 December 1990 League of Communists
17 Risto Vukčević

(1929–1994)
December 1990 28 April 1992 League of Communists
Presidents of the Parliament of Montenegro
1

(17)
Risto Vukčević

(1929–1994)
28 April 1992 December 1994 Democratic Party of Socialists
2

(18)
Svetozar Marović

(born 1955)
12 December 1994 7 June 2001 Democratic Party of Socialists
3

(19)
Vesna Perović

(born 1954)
7 June 2001 5 November 2002 Liberal Alliance of Montenegro
4

(20)
Filip Vujanović

(born 1954)
5 November 2002 30 July 2003 Democratic Party of Socialists
5

(21)
Ranko Krivokapić

(born 1961)
30 July 2003 19 May 2016 Social Democratic Party
6

(22)
Darko Pajović

(born 1972)
1 June 2016 7 November 2016 Positive Montenegro
7

(23)
Ivan Brajović

(born 1962)
24 November 2016 23 September 2020 Social Democrats
8

(24)
Aleksa Bečić

(born 1987)
23 September 2020 Incumbent Democratic Montenegro

Interim chairpersons

Since 2002, in case of need the eldest deputy opens and leads the first session when a new Montenegrin parliament is formed, until a speaker is elected (E.g. 2020). The same procedure is in the case of the sudden cessation of the term of the previously elected president, the oldest MP chair parliamentary sessions, until the election of a new speaker. (E.g. in 2003 and 2016)

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ Istorijat, Skupština Crne Gore
  2. ^ O skupštini, Skupština Crne Gore
  3. ^ Redžić, Adnan. "Aleksa Bečić". www.skupstina.me. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
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