List of members of the National Assembly of Serbia, 2016–20


This is a list of the 250 members of the 11th convocation of the National Assembly of Serbia, as well as a list of former members of this convocation.[1]

The 11th convocation of the National Assembly was elected in the 2016 parliamentary election, and it first met on 3 June 2016.

Name Abbr. Leader Ideology Political position MPs Gov′t
Serbian Progressive Party
Српска напредна странка
Srpska napredna stranka
SNS Aleksandar Vučić Populism
Neoliberalism
Centre-right
93 / 250
G
Serbian Radical Party
Српска радикална странка
Srpska radikalna stranka
SRS Vojislav Šešelj Ultranationalism
Euroscepticism
Far-right
22 / 250
O
Socialist Party of Serbia
Социјалистичка партија Србије
Socjalistička partija Srbje
SPS Ivica Dačić Left-wing nationalism
Left-wing populism
Centre-left
21 / 250
G
Enough is Enough – Restart
Доста је било – Рестарт
Dosta je bilo – Restart
DJB Saša Radulović Liberalism
Reformism
Centre to centre-right
16 / 250
O
Democratic Party
Демократска странка
Demokratska stranka
DS Dragan Šutanovac Social democracy
Social liberalism
Centre to
centre-left
12 / 250
O
Social Democratic Party of Serbia
Социјалдемократска партија Србије
Socijaldemokratska partija Srbije
SDPS Rasim Ljajić Social democracy
Pro-Europeanism
Centre-left
10 / 250
G
Party of United Pensioners of Serbia
Партија уједињених пензионера Србије
Partija ujedinjenih penzionera Srbije
PUPS Jovan Krkobabić Pensioners' interests
Pro-Europeanism
Single-issue
9 / 250
G
Serbian Movement Dveri
Српски покрет Двер
Srpski pokret Dveri
Dveri Boško Obradović Serbian nationalism
Euroscepticism
Right-wing to far-right
7 / 250
O
Democratic Party of Serbia
Демократска странка Србије
Demokratska stranka Srbije
DSS Sanda Rašković Ivić National conservatism
Christian democracy
Centre-right to right-wing
6 / 250
O
United Serbia
Јединствена Србија
Jedinstvena Srbija
JS Dragan Marković Serbian nationalism
National conservatism
Right-wing
6 / 250
S
New Serbia
Нова Србија
Nova Srbija
NS Velimir Ilić Right-wing populism
Monarchism
Right-wing
5 / 250
S
Social Democratic Party
Социјалдемократска странка
Socijaldemokratska stranka
SDS Boris Tadić Social democracy
Atlanticism
Centre-left
5 / 250
O
League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina
Лига социјалдемократа Војводине
Liga socijaldemokrata Vojvodine
LSV Nenad Čanak Social democracy
Regionalism
Centre-left
4 / 250
O
Liberal Democratic Party
Либерално демократска партија
Liberalno demokratska partija
LDP Čedomir Jovanović Liberalism
Atlanticism
Centrism
4 / 250
O
Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians
Савез војвођанских Мађара
Savez vojvođanskih Mađara
SVM István Pásztor Hungarian minority politics
Conservatism
Centre-right
4 / 250
S
Serbian Renewal Movement
Српски покрет обнове
Srpski pokret obnove
SPO Vuk Drašković Monarchism
Atlanticism
Centre-right
3 / 250
S
Movement of Socialists
Покрет социјалиста
Pokret socijalista
PS Aleksandar Vulin Left-wing nationalism
Euroscepticism
Left-wing
3 / 250
G
Serbian People's Party
Српска народна партија
Srpska narodna partija
SNP Nenad Popović National conservatism
Euroscepticism
Right-wing
3 / 250
G
Greens of Serbia
Зелени Србије
Zeleni Srbije
ZS Ivan Karić Green politics
Pro-Europeanism
Centre-left
2 / 250
G
Strength of Serbia Movement
Покрет снага Србије
Pokret snaga Srbije
PSS Bogoljub Karić Conservatism
Pro-Europeanism
Centre-right
2 / 250
S
Bosniak Democratic Union of Sandžak
Бошњачка демократска заједница Санџака
Bošnjačka demokratska zajednica Sandžaka
BDZS Jahja Fehratović Bosniak minority politics
Conservatism
Right-wing
2 / 250
O
Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak
Странка демократске акције Санџака
Stranka demokratske akcije Sandžaka
SDA S Sulejman Ugljanin Bosniak minority politics
Autonomism
Centre-right to right-wing
2 / 250
O
Together for Serbia
Заједно за Србију
Zajedno za Srbiju
ZZS Dušan Petrović Social democracy
Progressivism
Centre-left
1 / 250
O
New Party
Нова странка
Nova stranka
NOVA Zoran Živković Liberalism
Pro-Europeanism
Centre
1 / 250
O
Party for Democratic Action
Партија за демократско деловање
Partija za demokratsko delovanje
PDD Riza Halimi Albanian minority politics
Regionalism
Right-wing
1 / 250
O
Green Party
Зелена Странка
Zelena Stranka
ZES Goran Čabradi Slovak minority politics
Green politics
Minority politics
1 / 250
O
People's Peasant Party
Народна сељачка Странка
Narodna seljačka Stranka
NSS Marijan Rističević National conservatism
Agrarianism
Right-wing
1 / 250
S
United Peasant Party
Уједињена сељачка странка
Ujedinjena seljačka stranka
USS Milija Miletić Agrarianism
Populism
Centre-left
1 / 250
S

Total membership by political party or movement at the dissolution of the assembly


Name MPs Gov′t
Serbian Progressive Party92 + 5 aligned independentsG
Serbian Radical Party22O
Socialist Party of Serbia20G
Democratic Party12[2]O
Social Democratic Party of Serbia10G
Party of United Pensioners of Serbia9G
Party of Modern Serbia (not a recognized party in the assembly)6O
United Serbia6S
Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians4S
Dveri4O
Liberal Democratic Party4O
Dosta je bilo (not a recognized party in the assembly)3O
League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina3O
Movement of Socialists3G
People's Party3O
Serbian People's Party3G
Civic Platform (not a recognized party in the assembly)2O
Democratic Party of Serbia2O
Justice and Reconciliation Party2S
Party of Freedom and Justice (not a recognized party in the assembly)2O
Serbia 21 (not a recognized party in the assembly)2O
Serbian Renewal Movement2S
Social Democratic Party2O
Strength of Serbia Movement2S
Better Serbia1O
Communist Party1S
Democratic Alliance of Croats in Vojvodina1O
Fatherland (not a recognized party in the assembly)1O
Greens of Serbia1S
Green Party1O
Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia1S
New Party1O
New Serbia1O
Party for Democratic Action1O
Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak1O
People's Peasant Party1S
Together for Serbia1O
Together for Šumadija1O
United Peasant Party1S
Independents not aligned with other parties10

List of members of the 11th National Assembly at its dissolution


Name Parliamentary group Political Party or Movement Residence[3] Year of birth Notes
Andrijana AvramovProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1979Awarded mandate on 22 January 2019 as a replacement for Ratko Jankov.
Miroslav Aleksić-People's PartyTrstenik1978Member of the People's Movement of Serbia until October 2017.
Veroljub Arsić
Vice-President of the National Assembly
ProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyPožarevac1969
Marko AtlagićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1949
Vlado BabićVMSZSerbian Progressive PartySombor1960
Dušan BajatovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaNovi Sad1967
Grozdana BanacPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaBelgrade1951Awarded mandate on 28 August 2017 as a replacement for Miroljub Stanković.
Dragana BarišićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKruševac1975
Ivan BauerSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Stari Grad1967Awarded mandate on 10 August 2016 as a replacement for Rasim Ljajić.
Muamer BačevacSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaNovi Pazar1977
Aleksandra BelačićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade, New Belgrade1986
Igor BečićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyVrbas1971
Vojin Biljić-Dosta je biloBelgrade1977Awarded mandate on 22 January 2019 as a replacement for Jasmina Nikolić.
Boban BirmančevićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyŠabac1969Awarded mandate on 12 October 2017 as a replacement for Marko Gavrilović.
Milena BićaninSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Dobanovci1964
Žarko BogatinovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyLeskovac1964
Goran BogdanovićDSSocial Democratic PartyLeposavić1963
Snežana Bogosavljević BoškovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaČačak1964
Nenad BožićParty of Modern SerbiaParty of Modern SerbiaKragujevac1971Member of Dosta je bilo until March 2018.
Sandra BožićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyPančevo, Omoljica1979Awarded mandate on 6 March 2018 as a replacement for Vesna Rakonjac.
Balša BožovićDSDemocratic PartyBelgrade1983
Zoran BojanićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKraljevo1959
Dubravko BojićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1953
Dušan BorkovićProgressive-Pančevo1984
Josip BrozSocialistCommunist PartyBelgrade1947
Danica BukvićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Lazarevac1951
Slaviša BulatovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyVranje, Vranjska Banja1975
Dragan VeljkovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyŠtrpce1964
Slobodan VeličkovićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaBelgrade1947Awarded mandate on 3 March 2020 as a replacement for Vera Paunović.
Jelisaveta VeljkovićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaSremski Karlovci1951Awarded mandate on 21 April 2017 as a replacement for Konstantin Arsenović.
Dragan Vesović-DveriKraljevo1966Awarded mandate on 10 August 2016 as a replacement for Biljana Rubaković.
Maja VidenovićDSDemocratic PartyBelgrade1979
Sonja VlahovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, New Belgrade1969
Milimir VujadinovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartySubotica1979
Vojislav VujićUnited SerbiaUnited SerbiaVrnjačka Banja1975
Jelena Vujić ObradovićUnited SerbiaUnited SerbiaAleksandrovac1979Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Srđan Kružević.
Đorđe VukadinovićNS–Movement for Serbia's Salvation-Novi Sad1962
Dijana VukomanovićNS–Movement for Serbia's SalvationPeople's PartyBelgrade1967Member of the Socialist Party of Serbia until October 2016.
Subsequently an independent until October 2017 (or shortly thereafter).
Nataša VučkovićDSDemocratic PartyBelgrade1967
Gorica Gajić-Democratic Party of SerbiaSvilajnac1958
Bajro GegićLDPSDA-Tutin1954Awarded mandate on 10 August 2016 as a replacement for Sulejman Ugljanin.
Member of the SDA until February 2020.
Žika GojkovićProgressiveMovement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of SerbiaSombor1972Member of the Serbian Renewal Movement until May 2017.
Subsequently an independent until July 2017.
Maja Gojković
President of the National Assembly
ProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNovi Sad1963
Borka GruborProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyLoznica1960
Mladen Grujić--Belgrade1966Member of New Serbia until January 2017.
Tijana DavidovacProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Lazarevac1986
Miljan DamjanovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1984
Božidar DelićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1956
Zoran DespotovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyPrijepolje1965Awarded mandate on 17 April 2018 as a replacement for Zoran Krasić.
Ivana DinićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaNiš, Medijana1985Awarded mandate on 28 December 2016 as a replacement for Ivica Tončev.
Mirjana DragašSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Zemun1950Awarded mandate on 12 October 2017 as a replacement for Ivan Karić.
Zoran DragišićProgressive-Belgrade1967
Milovan DrecunProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1957
Zvonimir ĐokićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1960
Vladimir ĐukanovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1979
Vladimir ĐurićParty of Modern SerbiaParty of Modern SerbiaNovi Sad1970Member of Dosta je bilo until March 2018.
Živan ĐurišićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyVelika Plana1947Awarded mandate on 7 June 2018 as a replacement for Željko Sušec.
Marko ĐurišićVojvodina Front–Serbia 21Serbia 21Belgrade, Vračar1968
Jelena Žarić KovačevićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNiš1981
Zoran Živković-New PartyBelgrade, Vračar1960
Slavica ŽivkovićSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Zemun1970Awarded mandate on 19 July 2018 as a replacement for Meho Omerović.
Tomislav ŽigmanovVojvodina Front–Serbia 21Democratic Alliance of Croats in VojvodinaSubotica1967
Vladan ZagrađaninSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaBelgrade, New Belgrade1968
Marko ZeljugProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Surčin1983
Muamer Zukorlić-Justice and Reconciliation PartyNovi Pazar1970
Vesna IvkovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaSmederevo1960Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Ivica Dačić.
Enis ImamovićLDPSDAParty of Democratic Action of SandžakNovi Pazar1984
Stanislava JanoševićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyZrenjanin1986Awarded mandate on 10 August 2016 as a replacement for Aleksandar Vučić.
Radovan JančićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNovi Kneževac1958
Krsto JanjuševićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyPriboj1981
Marija Janjušević-DveriInđija1971
Marija JevđićUnited SerbiaUnited SerbiaKraljevo1981
Aleksandra JevtićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyVrnjačka Banja1976Awarded mandate on 26 September 2018 as a replacement for Ivan Manojlović.
Jovica JevtićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyRaška1975
Milanka Jevtović VukojičićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyPriboj1960
Predrag JelenkovićSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaNiš1965Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Gordana Predić.
Aleksandra JerkovDSDemocratic PartyNovi Sad1982
Goran JešićDSDemocratic PartyInđija1974
Branimir JovanovićSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaKraljevo1979
Vera JovanovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Rakovica1947Awarded mandate on 21 April 2017 as a replacement for Marko Blagojević.
Dragan Jovanović-Better SerbiaTopola1972Member of New Serbia until January 2017.
Subsequently an independent until September 2017.
Jadranka JovanovićProgressive-Belgrade1958
Jovan JovanovićIndependent MPs ClubCivic PlatformBelgrade1970Awarded mandate on 10 August 2016 as a replacement for Svetlana Kozić.
Member of Dosta je bilo until February 2017.
Subsequently an independent until April 2017.
Nataša JovanovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyKragujevac1966
Nataša JovanovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Mladenovac1967
Neđo JovanovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaUžice1962Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Slavica Đukić Dejanović.
Čedomir JovanovićLDPSDALiberal Democratic PartyBelgrade1971
Radoslav JovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKraljevo1957Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Andreja Mladenović.
Petar JojićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyPančevo1938
Mihailo JokićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyValjevo1948
Nikola JolovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNovi Pazar1977
Aleksandar JugovićProgressiveSerbian Renewal MovementČačak1975
Jasmina KaranacSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaBelgrade, New Belgrade1967
Ana KaradžićPSNSSUSSMovement of SocialistsBelgrade, Voždovac1988
Dragomir KarićProgressiveStrength of Serbia MovementBelgrade1949
Milanka KarićProgressiveStrength of Serbia MovementBelgrade1957
Blaža KneževićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyŠabac1968
Milan KneževićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKragujevac1952
Elvira KovačVMSZAlliance of Vojvodina HungariansZrenjanin1982
Borisav KovačevićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaBelgrade, Zemun1943
Goran KovačevićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKragujevac1970
Studenka KovačevićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBor1982Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Goran Knežević.
Đorđe KomlenskiPSNSSUSSMovement of SocialistsObrenovac, Voždovac1965
Stanija KompirovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKosovska Mitrovica1968
Nenad KonstantinovićVojvodina Front–Serbia 21Serbia 21Belgrade1973
Žarko KoraćLDPSDALiberal Democratic PartyBelgrade1947
Đorđe KosanićUnited SerbiaUnited SerbiaKragujevac1967
Nevenka KostadinovaProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBosilegrad1972Awarded mandate on 7 October 2019 as a replacement for Miroslav Lazanski.
Dragana KostićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartySokobanja1971
Ivan Kostić-DveriVrbas1975
Nada Kostić-Democratic PartyBelgrade1956Awarded mandate on 17 April 2018 as a replacement for Miloš Bošković.
Briefly a member of the Movement for the Restoration of the Kingdom of Serbia in May 2018.
Kostić is a member of the Democratic Party but not of its assembly group.
Radmilo KostićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyPirot1971
Milovan KrivokapićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKosovska Mitrovica1949
Mirko KrlićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyZrenjanin1955
Nada LazićVojvodina Front–Serbia 21League of Social Democrats of VojvodinaNovi Sad1950
Darko LaketićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyProkuplje1975
Milan Lapčević--Niš1969Member of the Democratic Party of Serbia until April 2018.
Miodrag LintaProgressive-Belgrade, New Belgrade1969
Mladen LukićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBajina Bašta1977Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Živko Vrcelj.
Violeta Lutovac ĐurđevićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyVarvarin1986Awarded mandate on 13 February 2019 as a replacement for Ivana Stojiljković.
Tomislav LjubenovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyLeskovac1951
Milan LjubićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNiš1978Awarded mandate on 13 February 2019 as a replacement for Ljibuška Lakatoš.
Aleksandra MajkićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKikinda1979
Aleksandra MaletićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNovi Sad1982
Ljiljana MalušićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Voždovac1958
Momčilo MandićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1954
Marjana MarašSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaVrbas1970
Vladimir Marinković
Vice-President of the National Assembly
SDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Voždovac1976
Vesna MarjanovićDSDemocratic PartyBelgrade, Palilula1969
Miroslav MarkićevićNS–Movement for Serbia's SalvationNew SerbiaČačak1958
Aleksandar MarkovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1981
Vesna MarkovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Zemun1974
Dragan Marković PalmaUnited SerbiaUnited SerbiaJagodina1960
Aleksandar MartinovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyRuma1976
Veroljub MatićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKoceljeva1953
Tatjana MacuraParty of Modern SerbiaParty of Modern SerbiaBelgrade1981Member of Dosta je bilo until April 2018.
Maja Mačužić PuzićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKraljevo1977
Ostoja MijailovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyČačak1979
Jelena MijatovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1977
Milorad MijatovićSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaNovi Sad1947
Stefana MiladinovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Rakovica1981
Zoran MilekićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKučevo1955
Milija MiletićPSNSSUSSUnited Peasant PartySvrljig1968
Dušan MilisavljevićDSDemocratic PartyNiš1968Awarded mandate on 21 April 2017 as a replacement for Bojan Pajtić.
Nenad MilićLDPSDALiberal Democratic PartyBelgrade1962
Đorđe Milićević
Vice-President of the National Assembly
SocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaValjevo1978
Milosav MilojevićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyAranđelovac1954
Radoslav MilojičićDSDemocratic PartySmederevska Palanka1984
Milorad MirčićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyNovi Sad1956
Nenad MitrovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBujanovac1973Awarded mandate on 10 August 2016 as a replacement for Ljiljana Habjanović Đurović.
Žarko MićinProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNovi Sad1982
Nataša MićićLDPSDALiberal Democratic PartyUžice1965
Dragoljub MićunovićDSDemocratic PartyBelgrade1930
Nataša Mihailović VacićSDPSSocial Democratic Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Vračar1972
Branislav MihajlovićIndependent MPs Club-Bor1953Member of Dosta je bilo until November 2018.
Ljiljana MihajlovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyNovi Sad1965
Miletić MihajlovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaPetrovac1951
Ljupka MihajlovskaParty of Modern SerbiaParty of Modern SerbiaBelgrade1981Member of Dosta je bilo until March 2018.
Ljubica Mrdaković TodorovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNiš1962
Milutin MrkonjićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaBelgrade1942
Goran NikolićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyOdžaci1967
Dejan NikolićDSDemocratic PartySokobanja1979
Ivana NikolićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyUb1989
Ružica NikolićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1976Awarded mandate on 19 July 2017 as a replacement for Jovo Ostojić.
Vesna Nikolić VukajlovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyKraljevo1962
Svetlana Nikolić PavlovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyĆuprija1955
Srđan Nogo--Belgrade1981Member of Dveri until 19 February 2019.
Bogdan ObradovićProgressive-Belgrade1966
Boško Obradović-DveriČačak1976
Žarko ObradovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaBelgrade, Vračar1960
Jasmina ObradovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNovi Sad1961
Marija ObradovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1974
Olivera OgnjanovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Grocka1969
Vladimir OrlićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1983
Sonja PavlovićIndependent MPs ClubCivic PlatformBelgrade1957Member of Dosta je bilo until February 2017.
Subsequently an independent until April 2017.
Jovan PalalićProgressiveSerbian People's PartyBačka Palanka1971
Biljana Pantić PiljaProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNovi Sad1983
Ognjen PantovićProgressiveSerbian People's PartyBelgrade, Palilula1989
Olena PapugaVojvodina Front–Serbia 21League of Social Democrats of VojvodinaKula1964
Marko ParezanovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyČačak1986
Balint PastorVMSZAlliance of Vojvodina HungariansSubotica1979
Snežana PaunovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaPeć1975
Zoltan PekVMSZAlliance of Vojvodina HungariansSenta1962
Goran PekarskiProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Grocka1965Awarded mandate on 9 December 2016 as a replacement for Velimir Stanojević.
A member of New Serbia until October 2017.
Sreto PerićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyLjubovija1959
Vladimir PetkovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Barajevo1979
Dušan PetrovićDSTogether for SerbiaŠabac1966
Mira PetrovićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaBelgrade, New Belgrade1956
Petar PetrovićUnited SerbiaUnited SerbiaJagodina1951
Snežana PetrovićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaBelgrade, New Belgrade1972
Snežana PetrovićProgressiveSerbian People's PartyUžice1965
Milisav PetronijevićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaBelgrade1949Awarded mandate on 5 October 2016 as a replacement for Aleksandar Antić.
Olivera PešićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyLeskovac1979
Branko PopovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNova Varoš1975Awarded mandate on 12 October 2017 as a replacement for Branislav Blažić.
Dejan RadenkovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaPriština1971Awarded mandate on 19 July 2017 as a replacement for Branko Ružić.
Vjerica Radeta
Vice-President of the National Assembly
RadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade, Zemun1955
Dalibor RadičevićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyAleksinac1976
Nemanja RadojevićParty of Modern SerbiaParty of Modern SerbiaKragujevac1989Awarded mandate on 22 January 2019 as a replacement for Dušan Pavlović.
Zoran Radojičić--Belgrade, Obrenovac1975Member of Dveri until April 2019.
Saša Radulović-Dosta je biloBelgrade1965
Katarina RakićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Grocka1979
Ljubinko RakonjacSocialistGreens of SerbiaBelgrade1963
Branimir RančićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyNiš1953
Sanda Rašković IvićNS–Movement for Serbia's SalvationPeople's PartyBelgrade, Palilula1956Member of the Democratic Party of Serbia until October 2016.
Subsequently an independent until October 2017.
Desanka RepacProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartySubotica1949
Marina RistićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1974
Slaviša RistićNS–Movement for Serbia's SalvationFatherlandZubin Potok1961Member of the Democratic Party of Serbia until October 2016.
Subsequently an independent until January 2017.
Marijan RističevićPSNSSUSSPeople's Peasant PartyInđija1958
Nikola SavićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyNiš1959
Dragan SavkićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Sopot1947
Branka Stamenković-Dosta je biloBelgrade1968
Zdravko StankovićDSSocial Democratic PartyBelgrade1980
Miroslava Stanković ĐuričićRadicalSerbian Radical PartySmederevska Palanka1976
Aleksandar StevanovićParty of Modern SerbiaParty of Modern SerbiaBelgrade1981Member of Dosta je bilo until March 2018.
Ana StevanovićIndependent MPs ClubParty of Freedom and JusticeBelgrade1984Member of Dosta je bilo until November 2018.
Subsequently an independent until April 2019.
Veroljub StevanovićDSTogether for ŠumadijaKragujevac1946
Zvonimir StevićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaPriština1957
Danijela StojadinovićSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaSvilajnac1969
Filip StojanovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1944Awarded mandate on 21 April 2017 as a replacement for Marko Milenković.
Dušica StojkovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1979
Ljubiša StojmirovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1950
Hadži Milorad StošićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaNiš1954
Duško TarbukProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade, Zemun1972
Marinika TepićIndependent MPs ClubParty of Freedom and JusticePančevo1974Member of the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina until January 2017.
Subsequently an independent until April 2017, when she joined the New Party.
Subsequently an independent member again from 2018 to April 2019.
Tanja Tomašević DamnjanovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyVršac1982
Aleksandra TomićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1969
Novica TončevSocialistSocialist Party of SerbiaSurdulica1962
Bojan TorbicaPSNSSUSSMovement of SocialistsBački Jarak1974
Milena TurkProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyTrstenik1986
Goran ĆirićDSDemocratic PartyNiš1960
Milena ĆorilićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaŠabac1944
Jahja Fehratović-Justice and Reconciliation PartyNovi Pazar1982
Srbislav FilipovićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1984
Dubravka FilipovskiProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyBelgrade1967Member of New Serbia until January 2017.
Subsequently an independent until November 2017.
Arpad FremondVMSZ]Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansPačir1981
Fatmir HasaniLDPSDAParty for Democratic ActionBujanovac1957
Radoslav CokićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartySmederevska Palanka1958
Goran Čabradi-Green PartyNovi Sad1968
Aleksandra Čabraja--Belgrade1965Member of Dosta je bilo until February 2017.
Subsequently an independent until April 2017, when she joined the Civic Platform.
Subsequently an independent again from March to April 2019, when she joined the Green Party.
Appears to have left the Green Party in 2019 or 2020.
Nenad ČanakVojvodina Front–Serbia 21League of Social Democrats of VojvodinaNovi Sad1959
Ana ČarapićProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartyKuršumlija1985Awarded mandate on 21 September 2017 as a replacement for Aleksandra Đurović.
Momo ČolakovićPUPSParty of United Pensioners of SerbiaNovi Sad1940
Gordana Čomić
Vice-President of the National Assembly
DS-Novi Sad1958Member of the Democratic Party until May 2020.
Aleksandar ČotrićProgressiveSerbian Renewal MovementBelgrade1966
Nemanja ŠarovićRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade1974
Miladin Ševarlić--Belgrade, Zemun1949
Aleksandar ŠešeljRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade, Zemun1993Awarded mandate on 21 September 2017 as a replacement for Milovan Bojić.
Vojislav ŠešeljRadicalSerbian Radical PartyBelgrade, Zemun1954
Dragan ŠormazProgressiveSerbian Progressive PartySmederevo1967
Dejan Šulkić-Democratic Party of SerbiaVelika Plana1972

List of members of the 11th National Assembly who left prior to its dissolution


Name Political Party or Movement Term of Office Year of birth Cause of departure
Aleksandar AntićSocialist Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 11 August 20161969Resignation
Konstantin ArsenovićParty of United Pensioners of Serbia3 June 2016 – 30 January 20171940Death
Marko BlagojevićIndependent (aligned with Serbian Progressive Party)3 June 2016 – 19 April 20171976Resignation
Branislav BlažićSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 10 October 20171957Resignation
Milovan BojićSerbian Radical Party3 June 2016 – 30 August 20171957Resignation
Miloš BoškovićDosta je bilo3 June 2016 – 16 March 20181985Resignation
Živko VrceljSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 12 August 20161959Resignation
Aleksandar VučićSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 3 June 20161970Resignation
Marko GavrilovićSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 11 October 20171978Resignation
Ivica DačićSocialist Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 11 August 20161966Resignation
Slavica Đukić DejanovićSocialist Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 11 August 20161951Resignation
Aleksandra ĐurovićSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 8 September 20171976Resignation
Ljiljana Habjanović ĐurovićIndependent (aligned with Serbian Progressive Party)3 June 2016 – 3 June 20161970Resignation
Ratko JankovIndependent (previously Dosta je bilo)3 June 2016 – 13 November 20181945Resignation
Ivan KarićGreens of Serbia3 June 2016 – 9 October 20171975Resignation
Goran KneževićSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 11 August 20161957Resignation
Svetlana KozićDosta je bilo3 June 2016 – 6 June 20161978Resignation
Zoran KrasićSerbian Radical Party3 June 2016 – 12 April 20181956Death
Milan KrkobabićParty of United Pensioners of Serbia3 June 2016 – 11 August 20161952Resignation
Srđan KruževićUnited Serbia3 June 2016 – 1 August 20161977Resignation
Ljibuška LakatošSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 25 December 20181972Resignation
Miroslav LazanskiIndependent (aligned with Serbian Progressive Party)3 June 2016 – 25 September 20191950Resignation
Rasim LjajićSocial Democratic Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 6 June 20161964Resignation
Ivan ManojlovićSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 21 September 20181975Resignation
Marko MilenkovićSerbian Radical Party3 June 2016 – 12 April 20171974Resignation
Andreja MladenovićIndependent Democratic Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 3 October 20161975Resignation
Jasmina NikolićIndependent (previously Dosta je bilo)3 June 2016 – 13 November 20181971Resignation
Meho OmerovićSocial Democratic Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 17 July 20181959Resignation
Jovo OstojićSerbian Radical Party3 June 2016 – 29 June 20171952Death
Bojan PajtićDemocratic Party3 June 2016 – 11 April 20171970Resignation
Vera PaunovićParty of United Pensioners of Serbia5 October 2016[4] – 21 February 20201947Death
Dušan PavlovićIndependent (previously Dosta je bilo)3 June 2016 – 13 November 20181969Resignation
Gordana PredićSocial Democratic Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 23 August 20161965Resignation
Vesna RakonjacSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 21 December 20171967Resignation
Biljana RubakovićDveri3 June 2016 – 22 June 20161960Resignation
Branko RužićSocialist Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 29 June 20171975Resignation
Ivana StojiljkovićSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 24 December 20181981Resignation
Miroljub StankovićParty of United Pensioners of Serbia3 June 2016 – 22 July 20171946Death
Velimir StanojevićNew Serbia3 June 2016 – 1 December 20161964Resignation
Željko SušecSerbian Progressive Party3 June 2016 – 4 June 20181977Resignation
Ivica TončevSocialist Party of Serbia3 June 2016 – 16 December 20161968Resignation
Sulejman UgljaninParty of Democratic Action of Sandžak3 June 2016 – 28 June 20161953Resignation

References


  1. Актуелни сазив, Народна скупштина Републике Србије, accessed 2 August 2018. (in Serbian)
  2. Includes one delegate who is a party member but not a member of the Democratic Party parliamentary group.
  3. As stated on the National Assembly website.
  4. Awarded a mandate as a replacement for party leader Milan Krkobabić.