After more than six months since the parliamentary elections, Serbia finally got a new government, headed by Ana Brnabić for the third consecutive time.
The Prime Minister and new government ministers took the oath in the Serbian Parliament and signed the oath’s text.
157 of the 225 deputies present voted in favour of the new government composition by public roll call, and 68 voted against, while there were no abstentions. Parliament Speaker Orlić congratulated the MPs on the vote.
The members of the ruling majority (mainly from the Serbian Progressive Party) voted in favour of the new government, while the opposition, which voted against it, claimed during the two-day debate that the new government was “megalomaniacal, pro-Vučić and did not offer solutions for getting out of the crisis”.
The new government has 28 ministers, three of whom are without portfolios.
1. First Deputy Prime Minister, in charge of foreign policy and security, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić
2. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Siniša Mali
3. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense Miloš Vučević
4. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Culture Maja Gojković
5. Minister of Internal and External Trade Tomislav Momirović
6. Minister of Economy Rade Bast
7. Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Jelena Tanasković
8. Minister for Environmental Protection Irena Vujović
9. Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesić
10. Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović
11. Minister of Justice Maja Popović
12. Minister for State Administration and Local Self-Government Aleksandar Martinović
13. Minister for Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue Tomislav Žigmanov
14. Minister of Internal Affairs Bratislav Gašić
15. Minister for European Integration Tanja Miščević
16. Minister of Education Branko Ružić
17. Minister for Science, Innovation and Technological Development Jelena Begović
18. Minister of Health Danica Grujičić
19. Minister for Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs Nikola Selaković
20. Minister for Family Care and Demography Darija Kisić
21. Minister for Tourism and Youth Husein Memić
22. Minister of Sports Zoran Gajić
23. Minister for the Rural Care Milan Krkobabić
24. Minister for Telecommunications and Information, Mihailo Jovanović
25. Minister for Public Investments Marko Blagojević
26. Minister without portfolio Novica Tončev
27. Minister without portfolio Đorđe Milićević
28. Minister without portfolio Edin Đerlek
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