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List of Speakers of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Republic of Macedonia

Speakers of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia (1944–Present)

Speakers of the People's Assembly (1944–1991)

Party

      KPM/SKM

Status
  Acting Speaker
# Name
(Born–Died)
Portrait Term of office Political Party
1 Metodija Andonov-Čento
(1902–1957)[1]
August 2, 1944 March 15, 1946 Communist Party of Macedonia
2 Boris Spirov
(1898–?)
December 30, 1946 December 30, 1947 Communist Partry of Macedonia
3 Dimitar Nestorov
(1890–1968)
December 30, 1947 January 3, 1951 Communist Party of Macedonia
4 Dimče Stojanov
(1910–1991)
January 4, 1951 November 19, 1953 Communist Party of Macedonia (until 1952)
League of Communists of Macedonia (from 1952)
5 Lazar Koliševski
(1914–2000)
November 19, 1953 June 26, 1962 League of Communists of Macedonia
6 Ljupčo Arsov
(1910–1986)
June 26, 1962 June 24, 1963 League of Communists of Macedonia
7 Vidoe Smilevski
(1915–1979)
June 25, 1963 May 12, 1967 League of Communists of Macedonia
8 Mito Hadživasilev
(1921–1968)
1967 August 1, 1968 League of Communists of Macedonia
9 Nikola Minčev
(1915–1997)
September 23, 1968 May 6, 1974 League of Communists of Macedonia
10 Blagoja Taleski
(1924–2001)
May 1974 1982 League of Communists of Macedonia
11 Boško Stankovski
(1925–1987)
April 28, 1982 April 28, 1984 League of Communists of Macedonia
12 Kata Lahtova
(1924– )
April 28, 1984 April 25, 1985 League of Communists of Macedonia
13 Stanko Mladenovski
(1937– )
April 25, 1985 April 28, 1986 League of Communists of Macedonia
14 Vulnet Starova
(1934–1995)
April 28, 1986 January 8, 1991 League of Communists of Macedonia

Speakers of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia (1991–Present)

Parties

      VMRO–DPMNE

Status
  Acting Speaker
# Name
(Born–Died)
Portrait Term of office Political Affiliation
1 Stojan Andov
(1935– )
January 8, 1991 March 6, 1996 Liberal Party of Macedonia
2 Tito Petkovski
(1945– )
March 6, 1996 November 19, 1998 Social Democratic Union of Macedonia
3 Savo Klimovski
(1947– )
November 19, 1998 November 30, 2000 Democratic Alternative
4 Stojan Andov
(1935– )
November 30, 2000 October 4, 2002 Liberal Party of Macedonia
5 Nikola Popovski
(1962– )
October 4, 2002 November 8, 2003 Social Democratic Union of Macedonia
Liljana Popovska (acting)
(1956– )
November 8, 2003 November 18, 2003 Liberal Democratic Party
6 Ljupčo Jordanovski
(1953–2010)
November 18, 2003 August 2, 2006 Social Democratic Union of Macedonia
7 Ljubiša Georgievski
(1937– )
August 2, 2006 June 21, 2008 Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization

Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity
8 Trajko Veljanovski
(1962– )
June 21, 2008 Incumbent Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization

Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity

Footnotes

  1. ^ Andonov was President of the Presidium of ASNOM

See also

External links

  • Official website of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia


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