Živko Radišić (
Serbian Cyrillic: Живко Радишић) (born August 15, 1937) is a Bosnian Serbpolitician and former Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Prijedor, Kingdom of Yugoslavia(now Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 1937, Radišić graduated in 1964from the Faculty of Political Sciences at the University of Sarajevo. From 1977to 1982, he served as the Mayor of Banja Luka, Bosnia's second-largest city. In 1982to 1985he headed Bosnia's communist defense ministry. In 1996, he became a founding member of the Socialist Party in Republika Srpska.
Radišić Chaired the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1998-2002.
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