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List of Prime Ministers of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

List of Prime Ministers of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Bosnia and Herzegovina

This is a list of Prime Ministers of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Prime Ministers of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1994-Present)

      Party of Democratic Action (SDA)
      Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HDZ BiH)

      Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina (SDP BiH)
# Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Term of Office Party
1 Haris Silajdžić
(b. 1945)
31 May 1994 31 January 1996 SDA
2 Izudin Kapetanović
(b. 1953)
31 January 1996 18 December 1996 SDA
3 Edhem Bičakčić
(b. 1952)
18 December 1996 11 January 2001 SDA
Dragan Čović (acting)
(b. 1956)
11 January 2001 2 March 2001 HDZ BiH
4 Alija Behmen
(b. 1940)
2 March 2001 14 February 2003 SDP BiH
5 Ahmet Hadžipašić
(1952–2008)
14 February 2003 22 March 2007 SDA
6 Nedžad Branković
(b. 1962)
22 March 2007 23 March 2007 SDA
(5) Ahmet Hadžipašić
(1952–2008)
23 March 2007 30 March 2007 SDA
(6) Nedžad Branković
(b. 1962)
30 March 2007 25 June 2009 SDA
7 Mustafa Mujezinović
(b. 1954)
25 June 2009 17 March 2011 SDA
8 Nermin Nikšić
(b. 1960)
17 March 2011 Incumbent SDP BiH

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