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The President of Serbia
Serbia
(Serbian: Председник Србијe / Predsednik Srbije), officially styled as the President of the Republic,[1] is the head of state of Serbia. The current office holder is Aleksandar Vučić, who was elected on 2 April 2017 and took office on 31 May 2017.

Contents

1 Duties and competences 2 Oath of office 3 Term of office
Term of office
of the President of the Republic of Serbia 4 Support staff 5 Last presidential elections 6 List of Presidents 7 Living former Presidents 8 See also 9 References 10 External links

Duties and competences[edit] Largely a ceremonial position, the duties and competences of the President as stipulated in chapter 5, article 112 of the Constitution:[2]

Represent Serbia
Serbia
at home and abroad, Proclaim laws upon his/her decree, in accordance with the Constitution, Propose an individual for the position of Prime Minister to Parliament, Propose to the National Assembly holders of positions, in accordance with the Constitution Appoint and dismiss, upon his/her decree, ambassadors of Serbia, upon the proposal of the Government, Receive letters of credit and revocable letters of credit of foreign diplomatic representatives, Grant amnesties and award honours, Administer other affairs stipulated by the Constitution.

Oath of office[edit] While assuming the office, the President of the Republic shall take the following oath before the National Assembly:

I, <name>, do solemnly swear that I will devote all my efforts to preserve the sovereignty and integrity of the territory of the Republic of Serbia, including Kosovo and Metohija as its constituent part, as well as to provide exercise of human and minority rights and freedoms, respect and protection of the Constitution and laws, preservation of peace and welfare of all citizens of the Republic of Serbia
Serbia
and perform all my duties conscientiously and responsibly.[3]

Term of office
Term of office
of the President of the Republic of Serbia[edit] The term of office of the President of the Republic shall last five years and begin from the day of taking of the oath before the National Assembly. If the term of office of the President of the Republic expires during the state of war or emergency, it shall be extended so that it lasts until the expiry of three months from the day of the end of the state of war, that is, of emergency. No one shall be elected to a position of the President of the Republic more than twice. The term of office of the President of the Republic shall end with expiry of the period of time for which he or she has been elected, by his/her resignation or released of duty. The President of the Republic shall tender his/her resignation to the Chairman of the National Assembly.[4] Support staff[edit] Advisers to the President carry out the analytical, advisory and other corresponding tasks for the needs of the President of the Republic as well as other expert tasks in relations of the President with the Government and the Parliament.[5] Last presidential elections[edit] Main article: Serbian presidential election, 2017 List of Presidents[edit] Main article: List of Presidents of Serbia Living former Presidents[edit]

Name Term Date of birth

Milan Milutinović 1997–2002 (1942-12-19) December 19, 1942 (age 75)

Boris Tadić 2004–2012 (1958-01-15) January 15, 1958 (age 60)

Tomislav Nikolić 2012–2017 (1952-02-15) February 15, 1952 (age 66)

See also[edit]

Serbia
Serbia
portal Politics portal

List of Presidents of Serbia Politics of Serbia Prime Minister of Serbia

References[edit]

^ The President of the Republic Wikisource ^ Constitution of Serbia
Serbia
- Article 112 Wikisource ^ Constitution of Serbia
Serbia
- Article 114 Wikisource ^ Constitution of Serbia
Serbia
- Article 116 Wikisource ^ Office of the President

External links[edit]

Official website of the President of Serbia People´s Office of the President

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