Krivokapić in August 2020
|Prime Minister of Montenegro|
|Assumed office |
4 December 2020
|Preceded by||Duško Marković|
|Born||2 September 1958|
Nikšić, FPR Yugoslavia
|For the Future of Montenegro|
(August – October 2020)
|Alma mater||University of Montenegro|
University of Belgrade
|Signature||Zdravko Krivokapić's signature|
Zdravko Krivokapić (Serbian Cyrillic: Здравко Кривокапић; born 2 September 1958) is a Montenegrin politician, engineer and university teacher, professor and the Prime Minister of Montenegro since 4 December 2020.
Biography[change | change source]
He was born in Nikšić in 1958. In 1981 he graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Montenegro . He then did postgraduate studies at the University of Belgrade, in 1993 he obtained a doctorate at his alma mater in Podgorica . Professionally associated with the University of Montenegro, he worked as a professor in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of this university. Author of books, academic textbooks and scientific articles. Member of the program boards of several scientific journals.
In 2020, he was one of the founders and assumed the position of chairman of the organization "Ne damo Crnu Goru", supporting the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro during the conflict over new legal regulations. In the same year, he later became the leader of the electoral list of a broad opposition to the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists in the "Za budućnost Crne Gore" election coalition (referred to as a pro-Serbian and pro-Russian political grouping ), and after the elections become the Prime Minister designate of Montenegro (candidate for Prime Minister) after the elections.
Sources[change | change source]
- Nedeljnik.rs (2020-08-01). "Ko je Zdravko Krivokapić, čovek koji će "izaći na crtu" Đukanovićevom DPS-u". Nedeljnik. Retrieved 2020-11-10.
- News, Boka. "Osnovana organizacija "Ne damo Crnu Goru" | Boka News" (in Croatian). Retrieved 2020-11-10.
- "Državna izborna komisija - Crna Gora : Za izbor poslanika u Skupštinu Crne Gore". dik.co.me. Retrieved 2020-11-10.
- "Montenegro voters face choice between pro-EU ruling party and pro-Russian opposition". France 24. 2020-08-30. Retrieved 2020-11-10.