Republika Srpska (RS) will get a new government on December 21st, and it is known who will be the ministers. The convocation of the new executive power is significantly different from the previous one. Among others, Dragan Lukac from SNSD will no longer be the Minister of Internal Affairs.
SNSD President Milorad Dodik, after a meeting with representatives of other ruling parties, emphasized that it had been agreed who would be the members of the government. He announced that the National Assembly of RS (NARS) will appoint a government on December 21st.
“We are continuing consultations tomorrow and the day after tomorrow in order to better prepare the NARS, which will elect a new government on Wednesday (December 21st). The time is looking for new people, professional and energetic, those who are patriots,” he said yesterday.
According to him, there will be ten new ministers compared to the previous convocation of the government.
Designate, i.e. the new-old prime minister of RS Radovan Viskovic (SNSD) also emphasized that it was agreed who will be the members of the executive power. He expects that the new government, as he said, will work even better.
ATV announced who will be the ministers:
Zora Vidovic (SNSD) remains the Minister of Finance;
Petar Djokic (SP) remains the Minister of Energy and Mining;
Alen Seranic (SNSD) remains the Minister of Health;
Senka Jujic (NPS) remains the Minister of Administration and Local Small Government;
Zlatan Klokic (SNSD) remains the Minister for European Integration and International Cooperation;
Sinisa Karan (SNSD) will be the Minister of Internal Affairs;
Dragoslav Kabic (SNSD) will be the Minister of Labor and Veterans Protection;
Savo Minic (SNSD) will be the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management;
Zeljko Budimir (SNSD) will be the minister for scientific and technological development, higher education and information society;
Nedeljko Cubrilovic (DEMOS) will be the Minister of Transport;
Diko Cvjetinovic (NPS) will be Minister of Economy and Entrepreneurship;
Milos Bukejlovic (SNSD) will be the Minister of Justice;
Zeljka Stojcic (SNSD) will be the Minister of Education and Culture;
Sevlid Hurtic (BiH Greens as part of the “Movement for the State”) will be the Minister of Trade and Tourism.
Among others, Dragan Lukac will no longer be the Minister of the Internal Affairs. Earlier it was speculated that there were disagreements between him and Dodik.
Viskovic announced that the government will refer to the adoption of the amended Law on Immovable Property. He reminded that this will be done because the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) annulled the previous Law on Immovable Property. As Viskovic said, the RS must not remain without that law.