|President of the Republic of Serbia
Predsednik Republike Srbije
Standard of the President
|Seat||Novi dvor (Belgrade)|
|Nominator||political parties represented in the National Assembly|
|Appointer||direct popular vote|
|Term length||Five years|
|Inaugural holder||Slobodan Milo?evi?|
(11 January 1991)
|First holder||Boris Tadi?|
(5 June 2006)
|Salary||14,950 USD annually|
In accordance with the Law, the President of the Republic shall command the Army and appoint, promote and relieve officers of the Army of Serbia.
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 and perform all my duties conscientiously and responsibly.
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.
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.
Serbia became an independent state on 5 June 2006.
|Order||Head of State||Lifespan||Took office||Left office||Party||Note|
|Presidents after independence|
||born 1958||5 June 2006||5 April 2012||Democratic Party||First President of independent Serbia.|
Third President of Serbia since dissolution of Yugoslavia.
|N/A||Slavica ?uki? Dejanovi?
|born 1951||5 April 2012||31 May 2012||Socialist Party of Serbia||Acting head of state as President of the National Assembly.|
First female head of state after independence.
|born 1952||31 May 2012||31 May 2017||Serbian Progressive Party
|Second President of independent Serbia.|
Fourth President of Serbia since the dissolution of Yugoslavia.
|born 1970||31 May 2017
(Inaugurated on 23 June 2017)
|Incumbent||Serbian Progressive Party||Third President of independent Serbia.|
Fifth President of Serbia since the dissolution of Yugoslavia.
|Name||Term||Date of birth|
|Du?an ?krebi?||1984-1986||7 August 1927|
|Milan Milutinovi?||1997-2002||19 December 1942|
|Boris Tadi?||2004-2012||15 January 1958|
|Tomislav Nikoli?||2012-2017||15 February 1952|