MILUTIN Mrkonjic, honorary president of the SPS and former minister and MP of that party, passed away today in Belgrade.
Mrkonjić was born in Belgrade on May 23, 1942, and graduated in 1971 from the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Belgrade.
After graduating from the faculty, he worked in the Bureau for Studies and Design of Railways, and from 1974 he was the head of the Sector for Design. In 1977, he got a job at the Center for Research and Design, and with his merger with the Traffic Institute, he became its director.
He has participated in numerous projects in Algeria, Venezuela, Iraq, Kuwait, China, Gabon, Libya.
He was the leader of the renewal of Serbia in front of the Government of Serbia after the NATO bombing in 1999.
He has also been the Vice President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia since May 8, 2007. After the President of the Assembly Tomislav Nikolić resigned, Mrkonjić took over the presidency of the Assembly sessions as the oldest of the Vice Presidents, until the election of the new President Oliver Dulić on May 23, 2007. The Government of the Republic of Serbia was sworn in on May 15, 2007.
In the elections for the President of Serbia, in January 2008, he was the SPS candidate and won about 6% of the votes.
In the Government that was formed after the elections in May 2012, Milutin Mrkonjić performed the function of the Minister of Transport until the reconstruction, which was completed on September 2, 2013. He was replaced at that position by his party colleague Aleksandar Antić.
Milutin Mrko Mrkonjić’s ex-wife is Dragana Daša Mrkonjić, who worked as a lawyer for years, and later as a judge. The two have been married for more than 30 years.
Since 2012, he has been in a relationship with the famous singer Ana Bekut.
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