Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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The following is a list of Chairmen of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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List of Chairmen of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

# Name Born-Died Term start Term end Political Party
Minister for Bosnia and Herzegovina
1945
1 Rodoljub Čolaković 1900–1983 7 March 1945 27 April 1945 Communist Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prime Ministers
1945 - 1953
1 Rodoljub Čolaković 1900–1983 27 April 1945 September 1948 Communist Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 Đuro Pucar 1899–1979 September 1948 March 1953 Communist Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina (until 1952)
League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina (from 1952)
Chairmen of the Executive Council
1953 - 1992
2 Đuro Pucar 1899–1979 March 1953 December 1953 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
3 Avdo Humo 1914–1983 December 1953 1956 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
4 Osman Karabegović 1911–1996 1956 1963 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
5 Hasan Brkić 1913–1965 1963 1965 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
6 Rudi Kolak 1918–2004 1965 1967 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
7 Branko Mikulić 1928–1994 1967 1969 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
8 Dragutin Kosovac 1924– 1969 April 1974 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
9 Milanko Renovica 1928– April 1974 28 April 1982 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
10 Seid Maglajlija 1940– 28 April 1982 28 April 1984 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
11 Gojko Ubiparip 1927–2000 28 April 1984 April 1986 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
12 Josip Lovrenović 1929– April 1986 April 1988 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
13 Marko Ceranić April 1988 20 December 1990 League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina
14 Jure Pelivan 1928– 20 December 1990 3 March 1992 Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

# Name Ethnicity Born-Died Term start Term end Political Party
Prime Ministers
1992 - 1997
1 Jure Pelivan Croat 1928– 3 March 1992 9 November 1992 Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 Mile Akmadžić Croat 1938?– 9 November 1992 25 October 1993 Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina
3 Haris Silajdžić Bosniak 1945– 25 October 1993 30 January 1996 Party of Democratic Action
4 Hasan Muratović Bosniak 1940– 30 January 1996 3 January 1997 Non-party

Post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina

# Name Ethnicity Born-Died Term start Term end Political Party
Co-Prime Ministers
1997 - 2000
(3) Haris Silajdžić Bosniak 1945– 3 January 1997 3 February 1999 Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina
Boro Bosić Serb 1950– 3 January 1997 3 February 1999 Serbian Democratic Party
(3) Haris Silajdžić Bosniak 1945– 3 February 1999 6 June 2000 Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina
Svetozar Mihajlović Serb 1949– 3 February 1999 6 June 2000 Socialist Party of the Republika Srpska
Chairmen of the Council of Ministers
2000 onwards
5 Spasoje Tuševljak Serb 1952– 6 June 2000 18 October 2000 Non-party
6 Martin Raguž Croat 1958– 18 October 2000 22 February 2001 Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina
7 Božidar Matić Croat 1937– 22 February 2001 18 July 2001 Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina
8 Zlatko Lagumdžija Bosniak 1955– 18 July 2001 15 March 2002 Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina
9 Dragan Mikerević Serb 1955– 15 March 2002 23 December 2002 Party of Democratic Progress
10 Adnan Terzić Bosniak 1960– 23 December 2002 11 January 2007 Party of Democratic Action
11 Nikola Špirić Serb 1956– 11 January 2007 until new chairman is elected Alliance of Independent Social Democrats

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