Ivan Brajović

Ivan Brajović
Иван Брајовић
President of the Parliament
Assumed office
28 November 2016
Preceded by Darko Pajović
Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs
In office
4 December 2012  28 November 2016
Preceded by Andrija Lompar
Succeeded by Osman Nurković
Minister of Interior Affairs
In office
10 June 2009  4 December 2012
Preceded by Dragan Đurović
Succeeded by Raško Konjević
Personal details
Born (1962-03-09) 9 March 1962
Titograd, SFR Yugoslavia
Political party Social Democrats
Other political
SKJ (Before 1990)
SRSJ (1990)
SDP (1993–2015)
Alma mater University of Montenegro

Ivan Brajović (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Иван Брајовић; born in Titograd on 9 March 1962) is a Montenegrin politician, current President of the Parliament of Montenegro and former Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs in Government of Montenegro. He is the founder and current president of the Social Democrats of Montenegro (SD).


Ivan Brajović, was born in 1962 in Titograd (present-day Podgorica), Montenegrin Capital City, at that time part of the Socialist Republic of Montenegro of SFR Yugoslavia. Having finished elementary and secondary school in Danilovgrad, Brajović graduated at the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Veljko Vlahović University.[1]

Political career

Until the introduction of the multi-party system, Brajović was a delegate in the Danilovgrad Municipality, member of the Presidency of the League of Socialist Youth of Yugoslavia, Vice-President of the Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Montenegro. With the introduction of multi-party system in 1990 he was one of the founders of the Union of Reform Forces for Montenegro and the Social Democratic Party of Montenegro (SDP). He served as SDP Secretary of the Executive Board and Vice President of the Party.

He was a Minister of Interior Affairs in 6th cabinet of Milo Đukanović (2009-2010) and cabinet of Igor Lukšić (2010–2012), and later Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs in 7th cabinet of Milo Đukanović (2012–2016).

In 2015 he became one of the founders of the Social Democrats of Montenegro (SD), when the faction of the Social Democrstic Party of Montenegro defected from the political party, and formed new political subject, after the split between pro-DPS faction lead by Brajović and party leader Ranko Krivokapić.[2] After 2016 parliamentary election, he was elected President of the Parliament.[3]

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