Names of Ministers for the New Convocation of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Council of Ministers

December 16, 2019 8:00 PM

 

Ministers and deputy ministers in the state government have been nominated by a total of nine political parties. The new convening of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH’s) Council of Ministers, headed by Prime Minister Zoran Tegeltija, is due to be appointed by the end of the year, and a day after the appointment to NATO headquarters, a Reform Program adopted by the BiH Presidency will be sent, Klix.ba news portal reports.

BiH Council of Ministers Chairman: Zoran Tegeltija (SNSD)

BiH Foreign Minister: Bisera Turkovic (SDA)

BiH Deputy Foreign Minister: Josip Brkic (HDZ)

BiH Minister of Security: Fahrudin Radoncic (SBB)

BiH Deputy Minister of Security: Vladimir Mijatovic (Socialist Party)

BiH Minister of Defense: Sifet Podzic (DF)

BiH First Deputy Minister of Defense: Mijo Krešić (HDZ)

Second Deputy Minister of Defense of BiH: Mirko Okolić (SNSD)

BiH Minister of Finance and Treasury: Vjekoslav Bevanda (HDZ)

BiH Deputy Minister of Finance and Treasury: Hazim Rancic (SDA)

BiH Minister of Justice: Josip Grubesa (HDZ)

BiH Deputy Minister of Justice: Nezir Pivic (SDA)

BiH Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations: Stasa Kosarac (SNSD)

BiH Deputy Minister for Foreign Trade and Economic Relations: Ljiljana Lovric (HSS)

BiH Minister of Communications and Transport: Vojin Mitrovic (SNSD)

BiH Deputy Minister of Communications and Transport: Nedzad Brankovic (SDA)

BiH Minister for Human Rights and Refugees: Drasko Acimovic or Mladjan Bozovic (non-partisan minister proposed by DNS)

BiH Deputy Minister for Human Rights and Refugees: Dzevad Mahmutovic (SDA)

BiH Minister of Civil Affairs: Ankica Gudeljevic (HDZ)

BiH Deputy Minister of Civil Affairs: Sinisa Ilic (United Srpska)

 

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