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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_of_Serbia

The Government of Serbia formally the Government of the Republic of Serbia commonly abbreviated to Serbian Government is the executive branch of ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Politics_of_Serbia

The politics of Serbia function within the framework of a parliamentary democracy . The prime minister is the head of government, while the president is the ... The Serbian government did not recognize this attempted demand for independence  ...

www.srbija.gov.rs/?change_lang=en

Government ... with Pristina, problems with the formation of the Community of the Serbian municipalities and about the report on chapters 23 and 24. | more » ...

www.britannica.com/place/Serbia/Government-and-society

The Serbian republican government lost direct control over the autonomous provinces of Kosovo and the Vojvodina in 1968, when they were placed under ...

www.serbia.com/about-serbia/political-system

The Serbian political system is based on the principle of separation of ... The holder of the executive authority is the Government of the Republic of Serbia, which ...

www.reuters.com/article/us-serbia-protests-idUSKBN17R2L6

Apr 25, 2017 ... Thousands protested in central Belgrade on Tuesday against Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic's government and demanded a probe into a ...

www.serbianembassy.jp/ENGLISH/Government.html

Jul 7, 2008 ... Government. Country name: Republic of Serbia, though sometimes reffered as Serbia. Government type: Republic. Capital: Beograd (Serbian ...

globaledge.msu.edu/global-resources/resource/5763

The official website of the Serbian government provides general information about the government structure and facts about Serbia. In addition, the site contains ...

www.uzzpro.gov.rs/english/ministarstva.html

Administration for Joint Services of the Republic Bodies, Links, Ministries, Ministries of the Serbian Government.

mentalfloss.com/article/56300/wwi-centennial-serbian-government-fears-military-coup

April 19, 1914: Serbian Government Fears Military Coup. In the spring of 1914, the chief of Serbian military intelligence, Dragutin Dimitrijević, was busily ...