President of Montenegro

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President of
Montenegro
Presidential Standard of Montenegro.svg
Standard of the President of Montenegro
Milo Đukanović in 2010 (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Milo Đukanović

since 20 May 2018
ResidenceBlue Palace in Cetinje
Term lengthFive years, renewable once
Inaugural holderMomir Bulatović
Formation23 December 1990
Websitehttp://www.predsjednik.me

The President of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Predsjednik Crne Gore, Predśednik Crne Gore) is the head of state of Montenegro. The current president is Milo Đukanović, who was elected in 2018. The official residence of the President is the Blue Palace located in the former royal capital Cetinje.

Each president has a term of 5 years in office. The president can call elections for the Assembly. If the president is removed from office, a special election is held to select a replacement.

Living former presidents[change | change source]

RADIVOJE BRAJOVIC
A head of state of Montenegro.

Radivoje Brajović (88 years)

Miodrag Vlahović (93 years)

Filip Vujanović (68 years)

Rifat Rastoder (72 years)

List of presidents[change | change source]

  Democratic Party of Socialists

Before independence[change | change source]

List of Presidents of Montenegro[change | change source]

Socialist Republic[change | change source]

No. Name Took office Left office Time in office Party
President of the Anti-Fascist Council of People's Liberation of Montenegro and the Boka (ZAVNOCGB)
1943–1944
-
Nikola Miljanić
Miljanić, NikolaNikola Miljanić
(1892–1957)
Leader of Montenegrin wartime assembly.
15 November 194313 July 1944241 daysSKJ
President of the Montenegrin Anti-Fascist Assembly of People's Liberation (CASNO)
1944–1946
-
Nikola Miljanić
Miljanić, NikolaNikola Miljanić
(1892–1957)
13 July 194421 November 19462 years, 131 daysSKJ
President of the Presidium of the Constitutional Assembly
1946–1947
-
Miloš Rašović
Rašović, MilošMiloš Rašović21 November 19461 January 194741 daysSKJ
Presidents of the Presidium of the People's Assembly
1947–1953
1
Miloš Rašović
Rašović, MilošMiloš Rašović1 January 19476 November 19503 years, 309 daysSKJ
2
Nikola Kovačević
Kovačević, NikolaNikola Kovačević
(1890–1964)
[a]
6 November 19504 February 19532 years, 90 daysSKJ
SKJ
Presidents of the People's Assembly
1953–1974
2
Nikola Kovačević
Kovačević, NikolaNikola Kovačević
(1890–1964)
4 February 195315 December 1953314 daysSKJ
3
Blažo Jovanović
Jovanović, BlažoBlažo Jovanović
(1907–1976)
15 December 195312 July 19628 years, 209 daysSKJ
4
Filip Bajković
Bajković, FilipFilip Bajković
(1910–1985)
12 July 19625 May 1963297 daysSKJ
5
Andrija Mugoša
Mugoša, AndrijaAndrija Mugoša
(1912–2006)
5 May 19635 May 19674 years, 0 daysSKJ
6
Veljko Milatović
Milatović, VeljkoVeljko Milatović
(1921–2004)
5 May 19676 October 19692 years, 154 daysSKJ
7
Vidoje Žarković
Žarković, VidojeVidoje Žarković
(1927–2000)
6 October 19691 April 19744 years, 177 daysSKJ
-
Budislav Šoškić
Šoškić, BudislavBudislav Šoškić
(1925–1979)
Acting
1 April 19745 April 19744 daysSKJ
Presidents of the Presidency
1974–1990
8
Veljko Milatović
Milatović, VeljkoVeljko Milatović
(1921–2004)
5 April 19747 May 19828 years, 32 daysSKJ
9
Veselin Đuranović
Đuranović, VeselinVeselin Đuranović
(1925–1997)
7 May 19827 May 19831 year, 0 daysSKJ
10
Marko Orlandić
Orlandić, MarkoMarko Orlandić
(1930–2019)
7 May 19837 May 19841 year, 0 daysSKJ
11
Miodrag Vlahović
Vlahović, MiodragMiodrag Vlahović
(born 1930)
7 May 19847 May 19851 year, 0 daysSKJ
12
Branislav Šoškić
Šoškić, BranislavBranislav Šoškić
(1922–2022)
7 May 19857 May 19861 year, 0 daysSKJ
13
Radivoje Brajović
Brajović, RadivojeRadivoje Brajović
(born 1935)
7 May 19867 May 19882 years, 0 daysSKJ
14
Božina Ivanović
Ivanović, BožinaBožina Ivanović
(1931–2002)
7 May 198813 January 1989251 daysSKJ
-
Slobodan Simović
Simović, SlobodanSlobodan Simović
(1939–1998)
Acting
13 January 198917 March 198963 daysSKJ
15
Branko Kostić
Kostić, BrankoBranko Kostić
(1939–2020)
17 March 198923 December 19901 year, 281 daysSKJ
Presidents of Republic
1990–1992
16
Momir Bulatović
Đukanović, MiloMomir Bulatović
(1956–2019)
[b]
23 December 199028 April 19921 year, 127 daysSKJ
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