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Александар Вучић
Cрпски правник и политичар, први потпредседник Владе Републике Србије. | The President of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS).
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Александар Вучић Biography

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Александар Вучић (Београд, СФРЈ, 5. март 1970) је српски правник и политичар, први потпредседник Владе Републике Србије задужен за одбрану, безбедност и борбу против корупције и криминала, министар одбране, генерални секретар Националног савета за безбедност и председник Српске напредне странке. Четрнаест година био је генерални секретар Српске радикалне странке, а био је и министар информисања у Влади народног јединства у Влади Србије чији је премијер био Мирко Марјановић.

 

Рођен је 5. марта 1970. године у Београду. Завршио је Правни факултет у Београду. Радио је на „Каналу С“ на Палама, Република Српска, 1992. и 1993, где је припремао и водио вести на енглеском језику, блок из света, интервјуе и репортаже. Године 1993. Вучић приступа Српској радикалној странци, и бива изабран за посланика у Народној скупштини Републике Србије. Две године касније, са 24 године, постаје и њен генерални секретар. После победе радикала на локалним изборима у Земуну 1996, постао је директор Спортско-пословног центра „Пинки“ (познатијег као Хала „Пинки“).

 

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Aleksandar Vučić (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Вучић, born 5 March 1970, in Belgrade, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia) is the President of the Serbian Progressive Party, and former Deputy President. He was secretary-general of the Serbian Radical Party and was President of the Serbian Radical Party's city parliamentary club before joining the Serbian Progressive Party. Besides Serbian, Aleksandar Vučić is fluent in English and has a working knowledge of French and Russian. Vučić is a graduate of the Belgrade Law School. He is married and has two children.

 

Political career

In 1993, Vučić became a member of the Serbian Radical Party and was selected as a representative for the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. Two years later, when 24, Vučić was selected as the party's secretary-general. On March 24, 1998, Vučić became Serbian minister of information under the government of Mirko Marjanović.

 

Aleksandar Vučić was a candidate for Mayor of Belgrade in the 2004 local elections, but lost to Nenad Bogdanović of the Democratic Party. He was the Serbian Radical Party's candidate for Mayor of Belgrade once again in 2008.

 

On 6 October 2008 Vučić confirmed in a TV interview that he will join new formed Nikolić's Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and that he will be Deputy President of the party. Nikolić stepped down as party leader on 24 May 2012 following his election as President of Serbia. Vučić assumed leadership until the next party congress is held to elect a new leader. On 29 September 2012 Vučić was elected as party leader, with Jorgovanka Tabaković as his deputy.

 

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December 11, 2012

updated: 2013-06-22

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