Although it is not yet known exactly how many ministries and ministers the new Serbian government will have, it is certain is that some of the current ministers will be replaced.
According to Blic daily, the current Health Minister, Zlatibor Lončar, is expected to be replaced in this position.
Lončar has been Health Minister in several government convocations and has been managing Serbian health care since 2014. In recent weeks, there has been talk of his exit from the Ministry and that, provided he is not re-appointed as Health Minister, he might become the new director of the Clinical Centre of Serbia (KCS).
In that case, who will succeed the current minister?
Several names are in circulation – the director of the Bežanijska Kosa Clinical Centre, Marija Zdravković, the director of the State Health Insurance Fund, Sanja Škodrić, and Dr Dana Grujičić.
However, there has been speculation in recent days that the Socialist Party of Serbia might provide the new Health Minister, most likely Vlada Đukić.
Ana Brnabić – Prime Minister
Ivica Dačić – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister (Interior Minister, Foreign Minister or Defence Minister)
Miloš Vučević – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister (Interior or Construction Minister)
Siniša Mali – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance
Potential ministerial candidates
Dr Jelena Begović – science
Dr Marija Zdravković – health
Sanja Škodrić – health
Dr Danica Grujičić – health
Dr. Vladimir Đukić – health
Zorana Mihajlović – mining and energy
Maja Popović – justice
Branko Ružić – education
Jadranka Joksimović – European integration or ecology
Goran Vesić – ecology, transport or construction
Tatjana Matić – tourism and telecommunications
Rasim Ljajić – government minister or president of the Serbian Football Association
Lazar Ristovski – culture
Dragan Marković Palma – local self-government
Who will definitely be replaced?
Not taken into consideration
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