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DRAGAN JOCIC, Serbian Minister of Interior

Dragan Jocic was born in 1960 in Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Law and began a private law practice. One of the founders of the Democratic Party of Serbia, Jocic is currently the party vice president and has been a member of the party's executive board since its founding. From 1992 until 1997, he held two terms as a deputy the Serbian parliament and a member of the city council. From 2000, he was a member of the Belgrade City Council and a deputy in the Serbia-Montenegrin parliament.

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MLADJAN DINKIC, Serbian Minister of Finance

Mladjan Dinkic was born in 1964 in Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, in 1988, where he received his MA degree in 1993. From 1990 to 1993 he worked as a trainee at the Faculty, and since 1994 he has been working as a teaching assistant on the course of Theory and Planning of Economic Growth. He is the founder of the Group 17 and was its coordinator from 1997 to 2001. He was also a vice-president of the G17 Plus. From 2000 to 2003, Dinkic was a governor of the National Bank of Yugoslavia, i.e., National Bank of Serbia. He had his professional training abroad and held lectures at foreign universities: USIA Programme (USA), Bergakademie Freiberg - Fakultat fur Wirtschafts - wissenschaften (Germany), Limburgs Universitair Centrum, Faculteit Toegepaste Economische Wetenschappen (Belgium), International Centre for Economic Research (ICER) in Italy and Cornell University (USA). He is married.

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ZORAN STOJKOVIC, Serbian Minister of Justice

Zoran Stojkovic was born in 1946 in Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, worked as a district court judge by the end of the 1980s and then began a private law practice. Stojkovic was one of the founders of the Democratic Party of Serbia and was a member of the Serbian election committee on several occasions. Married with two children.

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ZORAN LONCAR, Serbian Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government

Zoran Loncar was born in 1965 in Novi Sad. He received his PhD in law and works as assistant professor at the Faculty of Law, Novi Sad University. He joined the Democratic Party of Serbia in 2000. Loncar was a legal adviser in a commission that drafted the Constitutional Charter of Serbia-Montenegro and in the drafting of a new Serbian constitution. He was a member of the Serbian Electoral Commission in previous two convocations. He is married with one child.

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IVANA DULIC-MARKOVIC, Serbian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management

Ivana Dulic-Markovic was born in 1961 in Zagreb. She received a PhD in biotechnical sciences, crop protection and virology in Belgrade in 1999. She was a teaching assistant at the Belgrade Faculty of Biology. Since 2003, she has been the director of the Federal Bureau of Herbal and Animal Resources. Dulic-Markovic is also a professor at the Faculty of Agriculture, Banja Luka University. She is a member of the G17 Plus. She is widowed, and a mother of two.

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DRAGAN MARSICANIN, Serbian Minister of Economy

Dragan Marsicanin was born in 1950 in Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University. He worked at the enterprises Elektron and Novi Kolektiv as well as in the Belgrade Water Utility Company. He has been a member of the Democratic Party of Serbia since it was founded, and from 1997 he was the party's secretary. Currently, he holds the position of vice-president. In the local elections in 1992, he became a member of the municipality of Vracar assembly and later he was elected its chairman. He held the post until 1996. Between January 22 and December 6, 2001, he was the speaker of the Serbian parliament. Dragan Marsicanin is married with one child.

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RADOMIR NAUMOV, Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy

Radomir Naumov was born in 1946 in Coka. Naumov graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade University. Since 1969, he has worked at the Nikola Tesla Electrical Engineering Institute. He is the director of the institute's Centre for Electric Energy Facilities. Naumov is also head of the Belgrade office of the Democratic Party of Serbia. He is married with two children.

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VELIMIR ILIC, Serbian Minister of Capital Investment

Velimir Ilic was born in 1951 in Cacak. He graduated from the Faculty of Technology, the Department of Construction
Materials. He was employed in several construction firms and since 1986 he has been a private entrepreneur. In 1997, he became mayor of Cacak. From 1990, he was member of the Serbian Renewal Movement. In 1998, he founded New Serbia (NS) and became its president. He has been a deputy in the parliament of Serbia-Montenegro since 2000. He is married, father of five.

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BOJAN DIMITRIJEVIC, Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Services

Bojan Dimitrijevic was born in 1963 in Gornji Milanovac. He received his PhD from the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, in 1996, where he works as an associate professor. He is an official of the Serbian Renewal Movement. Dimitrijevic was a deputy chairman of the Belgrade City Assembly Executive Board from 1997 to 2000, and co-minister of finance in the transitional Serbian government. He is married, with one child.

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PREDRAG BUBALO, Serbian Minister of International Economic Relations

Predrag Bubalo was born in 1954 in Vladicin Han. He received his PhD from the Faculty of Law, Novi Sad University. Since 2002, Bubalo is the general manager of Kikinda-based foundry Kikinda. Married with two children.

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SLOBODAN LALOVIC, Serbian Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Policy

Slobodan Lalovic was born in 1954 in Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, Belgrade University, in 1978. A member of the Social Democratic Party, Lalovic was an expert consultant working with trade unions. He was the secretary of a committee for investigating economic frauds, which he left in 2002 citing lack of the committee's efficiency. Lalovic was also a deputy in the Belgrade City Assembly and a deputy in the Serbian parliament. Married with four children.

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ALEKSANDAR POPOVIC, Serbian Minister of Science and Environmental Protection

Aleksandar Popovic was born in 1971 in Belgrade. He obtained his secondary education in Moscow, and graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry, Belgrade University. He received his MA from the Florida State University in 1996, and his PhD from the Faculty of Chemistry, Belgrade University, in 2002, where he currently works as an assistant professor. He is a vice-president of the Democratic Party of Serbia. Popovic was an accomplished athlete, a champion and record-holder in various important disciplines.

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LJILJANA COLIC, Serbian Minister of Education and Sport

Ljiljana Colic was born in 1956 in Zemun. She holds a doctoral degree in philology and works as an associate professor at the Faculty of Philology, Belgrade University. She was a visiting professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, Pristina University. She is one of the founders of the Democratic Party of Serbia. Ljiljana Colic has been a deputy in the federal parliament since 2000. She speaks English, French, Turkish and Arabic.

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DRAGAN KOJADINOVIC, Serbian Minister of Culture

Dragan Kojadinovic was born in 1954 in Banatski Karlovac. He graduated from the Faculty of Philology, the Department of the Yugoslav Literature and Serbian Language. He has been working in journalism for almost three decades. He was the first general manager of the Studio B television, which was founded in 1990. He is one of the founders of the Independent Journalist Association. Kojadinovic is a general manager of the Metropolis television and President of the Serbian Renewal Movement Committee in Belgrade. He speaks English and is married with two children.

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TOMICA MILOSAVLJEVIC, Serbian Minister of Health

Tomica Milosavljevic was born in 1955 in Krusevac. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Belgrade University, in 1979, where he received his MA in 1983 and PhD in 1988. He had professional training in Munich (Klinikum rechts der Isar), Amsterdam (Academic Medical Centre) and London (St. Marks Hospital, London Clinic). Since 2001, Milosavljevic has been an Assistant Director of the Clinical Centre of Serbia and Director of the Gastroenterology Clinics. In 1996 he was elected President of the Yugoslav Association of Gastroenterological Endoscopy. He is a member of the G17 Plus Presidency and one of the editors of the Archives of the Gastroenterohepatology quarterly. He is a member of presidency of several associations. He was a president of the Organisational Board of the First Yugoslav School of Digestive Endoscopy. He is the author of several scientific projects. He speak English and Russian and is married with three children.

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MILAN RADULOVIC, Serbian Minister of Religion

Milan Radulovic was born in 1948 in Malo Polje near Han Pijesak. He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, Sarajevo University, and received his MA and PhD from the Faculty of Philology, Belgrade University. He has been working at the Belgrade Institute for Literature and Arts since 1974. He is a member of the Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Serbia and is married with two children.

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VOJISLAV VUKCEVIC, Serbian Minister of Diaspora

Vojislav Vukcevic was born in 1939 in Osjek. He received his PhD from the Faculty of Law, Novi Sad University, in 1974. He was a president of the court in Beli Manastir, and worked as a dean and professor at the Faculty of Law, Osjek University, until the breakup of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Vukcevic has been a secretary-general of the Serbian Renewal Movement since 1994. He was a deputy in the parliament and minister for relations with Serbs outside Serbia in the transitional government. He is married with two children.

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DEJAN MIHAJLOV, Secretary-General of the Serbian government

Dejan Mihajlov was born in 1972 in Pancevo. He graduated from the Faculty of Law. Between 2000 and 2004, Mihajlov was a whip of the Democratic Party of Serbia's caucus in the Serbian parliament. He is a deputy in the Serbia parliament.

 

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