南斯拉夫總理

(重定向自南斯拉夫总理

南斯拉夫总理是歷史上南斯拉夫各政權南斯拉夫王國南斯拉夫聯邦人民共和國南斯拉夫社會主義聯邦共和國南斯拉夫聯盟共和國直到1992年南斯拉夫解體前的政府首腦職稱。

南斯拉夫總理
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先前职位塞尔维亚首相 塞尔维亚王国 尼古拉·帕希奇
黑山首相 黑山王国 拉扎尔·米乔什科维奇
南斯拉夫首相 南斯拉夫王國 安东·科罗斯克英语Anton Korošec
设立1918年12月1日
首任尼古拉·帕希奇
末任安特·马尔科维奇
废止1992年7月14日
后继职位克罗地亚总理 克罗地亚 斯捷潘·梅西奇
塞尔维亚和黑山总理 南斯拉夫联盟共和国 米兰·帕尼奇英语Milan Panić
波黑总理 波斯尼亚和黑塞哥维那 朱尔·佩利文英语Jure Pelivan
马其顿总理 馬其頓共和國 尼科拉·克胡斯福英语Nikola Kljusev
斯洛文尼亚总理 斯洛文尼亚 洛杰泽·彼得利英语Lojze Peterle

南斯拉夫王国首相编辑

No. 照片 名字
(生卒年)
民族 执政时间
开始-结束 天数
王国首相
尼古拉·帕希奇
(1845–1926)
Acting
塞尔维亚族1918年现任21天
斯托揚·普羅蒂奇
(1857–1923)
塞尔维亚族1918-1919年现任237天
柳博米爾·達維多維奇
(1863–1940)
塞尔维亚族1919-1920年现任187天
Stojan Protić
(1857–1923)
Serb19 February 1920现任87天
Milenko Vesnić
(1863–1921)
Serb230天
Nikola Pašić
(1845–1926)
Serb1 January 1921现任3岁209天
Ljubomir Davidović
(1863–1940)
Serb28 July 1924现任101天
Nikola Pašić
(1845–1926)
Serb6 November 1924现任1岁153天
Nikola Uzunović
(1873–1954)
Serb8 April 1926现任1岁9天
6Velimir Vukićević
(1871–1930)
Serb17 April 192728 July 19281岁102天[[People's Radical Party|Template:People's Radical Party/meta/shortname]]1927Vukićević I–IIResigned after the assassination attempt on opposition leader Stjepan Radić in the Parliament.
7Anton Korošec
(1872–1940)
Slovene28 July 19287 January 1929163天[[Slovene People's Party (historical)|Template:Slovene People's Party (historical)/meta/shortname]]KorošecAppointed after the assassination attempt on Stjepan Radić, until the 6 January Dictatorship.
8Petar Živković
(1879–1947)
Serb7 January 19294 April 19323岁88天[[Yugoslav Radical Peasants' Democracy|Template:Yugoslav Radical Peasants' Democracy/meta/shortname]]1931ŽivkovićPrime Minister during the 6 January Dictatorship.
Sentenced to death in absentia in 1946.
9Vojislav Marinković
(1876–1935)
Serb4 April 19323 July 193290天[[Yugoslav Radical Peasants' Democracy|Template:Yugoslav Radical Peasants' Democracy/meta/shortname]]MarinkovićPreviously a (founding) member of the Democratic Party.
10Milan Srškić
(1880–1937)
Serb3 July 193227 January 19341岁208天[[Yugoslav Radical Peasants' Democracy|Template:Yugoslav Radical Peasants' Democracy/meta/shortname]]Srškić I–II.
(5)Nikola Uzunović
(1873–1954)
Serb27 January 193422 December 1934329天[[Yugoslav National Party|Template:Yugoslav National Party/meta/shortname]]Uzunović IIIThe Yugoslav Radical Peasants' Democracy party was renamed into the Yugoslav National Party.
11Bogoljub Jevtić
(1886–1960)
Serb22 December 193424 June 1935184天[[Yugoslav Radical Union|Template:Yugoslav Radical Union/meta/shortname]]
[[Yugoslav National Party|Template:Yugoslav National Party/meta/shortname]]
1935Jevtić.
12Milan Stojadinović
(1888–1961)
Serb24 June 19355 February 19393岁226天[[Yugoslav Radical Union|Template:Yugoslav Radical Union/meta/shortname]]1938Stojadinović I–II–III.
13Dragiša Cvetković
(1893–1969)
Serb5 February 193927 March 19412岁50天[[Yugoslav Radical Union|Template:Yugoslav Radical Union/meta/shortname]]Cvetković I–IISentenced in absentia in 1945.[1]
In the Yugoslav government-in-exile
14Dušan Simović
(1882–1962)
Serb27 March 194111 January 1942290天[[Independent politician|Template:Independent politician/meta/shortname]]SimovićChief of the General Staff of the Royal Yugoslav Army. Took power by military coup d'état. He led the government into exile in London.
15Slobodan Jovanović
(1869–1958)
Serb11 January 194226 June 19431岁166天[[Independent politician|Template:Independent politician/meta/shortname]]Jovanović I-IIHeaded government-in-exile.
Found guilty of treason in absentia in 1946.
16Miloš Trifunović
(1871–1957)
Serb26 June 194310 August 194345天[[People's Radical Party|Template:People's Radical Party/meta/shortname]]TrifunovićHeaded government-in-exile
17Božidar Purić
(1891–1977)
Serb10 August 19438 July 1944333天[[Independent politician|Template:Independent politician/meta/shortname]]PurićHeaded government-in-exile
18Ivan Šubašić
(1892–1955)
Croat8 July 19442 November 1944117天[[Croatian Peasant Party|Template:Croatian Peasant Party/meta/shortname]]ŠubašićHeaded government-in-exile.
Merged into coalition government on November 2, 1944, with Josip Broz Tito presiding.[2][3]
  1. ^ Rehabilitovan Dragiša Cvetković
  2. ^ Lampe, John R.; Yugoslavia as history: twice there was a country; Cambridge University Press, 2000 ISBN 0-521-77401-2
  3. ^ Ramet, Sabrina P.; The three Yugoslavias: state-building and legitimation, 1918-2005; Indiana University Press, 2006 ISBN 0-253-34656-8