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Bosnia and Hercegovina
 
[Ottoman
                                    flag (to 1908)]
    to 13 Jul 1878 (de jure to 7 Oct 1908) 
 
 
[Austria-Hungary National Civil
                                    Flag, 1869-1918]
            13 Jul 1878 - 30 Nov 1918 
               (de facto to 7 Oct 1908)
 
[Austria-Hungary Occupied
                                    Region of Bosnia, Bosnien
                                    Okkupationsgebiet]
        7 Oct 1908 - 1 Dec 1918  Bosnia Land Flag
 
 
[Austria-Hungary Occupied
                                    Region of Herzegovina, Herzegowina
                                    Okkupationsgebiet]
     7 Oct 1908 - 1 Dec 1918 Herzegovina Land Flag
 
[Previous Flag of Bosnia and
                                    Herzegovina 1992-98]
                   20 May 1992 - 5 Feb 1998 
[Bosnia and
                                    Herzegovina]
                        Adopted 5 Feb 1998
 
Map of Bosnia
and Hercegovina
Hear National Anthem
"Državna himna Bosne i
 Hercegovine" (The National
 Anthem of Bosnia and
 Hercegovina)

Adopted 25 Jun 1999
(lyrics Feb 2009)
Hear Former Anthem
"Jedna si Jedina"
(You Are One and Only)
 (Nov 1992-25 Jun 1999)
Constitution
   (14 Dec 1995)
---------------------------------------
Dayton Accord
(21 Nov 1995)
Capital: Sarajevo
(Travnik 1697-1850;
Banja Luka 1583-1638;
Saraybosna 1463-1583,1638-1697;
Bobovac & Kraljeva Sutjeska
 c.1312-1461; Jajce 1461-1463;
Vrhbosna 10th cent.-c.1312)
(Hercegovina: Blagaj 1448-1466;
Novi 1466-1482)
Currency: Bosnian
Convertible Marka

(BAM); 1992-1995 Bosnia and
 Hercegovina Dinar (BAD);
1920-1994
Yugoslav Dinar
 (YUD)
National Holiday: 25 Nov (1943)
National Day
Population: 3,875,723 (2013)
GDP: $32.16 billion (2013)
Exports: $3.57 billion (2013)
Imports: $8.73 billion (2013)
Ethnic groups: Bosniak 48%, Serb 37.1%, Croat 14.3%,
other 0.6% (2000)

note: Bosniak has replaced Bosnian Muslim as an ethnic term.
Total Active Armed Forces: 11,099 (2010)
EU Troops (EUFOR): 900 (2012)
Merchant marine: None (2010) 
Religions: Sunni Muslim 40%, Serbian Orthodox 31%,
Roman Catholic 15%, Protestant 4%,
 non-religious/other 10% (2002)
International Organizations/Treaties: APM, BIS, BTWC, CCM, CE, CEFTA, CEI, CTBT, CWC, EAPC, EBRD, ESCR, EU (potential candidate), Eutelsat, FAO, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICCt, ICRM, ICSID, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, IMSO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, IPU, IRENA, ISA, ISO, ITSO, ITU, ITUC, KP, MIGA, NAM (observer), NPT, NTBT, OAS (observer), OIC (observer), OIF (observer), OPCW, OSCE, PAM, PFP, SECP, SELEC, UN, UNCLOS, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNFCC, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNWTO, UPU, WCO, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTO (observer)
Bosnia and
Hercegovina
Index
Chronology
 
17 Jan 395                 Part of the Western Roman Empire.
15 Mar 493 - 535           Part of Kingdom of the Ostrogoths (see Italy).
535                        Part of Byzantine Empire.
c.892                      Divided between Serbia and Croatia.
95. - c.1042               Part of Croatia.
c.1042 - 1091              Serbian rule (Zeta).
1091 - 113.                Part of Serbia.       
113. - 1167                Part of Hungary.
1167 - 1183                Part of Byzantine Empire.
1183 - 26 Oct 1377         Part of Hungary.
1302 - 1322                Serbian occupation.
26 Oct 1377                Kingdom of Bosnia, independence from Hungary.
1393                       King Stjepan Dabiša recognizes Hungarian suzerainty
Jan 1415 - Aug 1415        Civil war erupts when Hungarian backed former
                             king returns.
1435                       Ottomans occupy Hodidjed castle.
20 Jan 1448                Stjepan Vukčić Kosača (b. 1404 - d. 1466), ruler of
                             Zahumlje, first styles himself Herceg ("Duke").
                             The area is later named Hercegovina ("Herceg's
                             Land") after that title.
1451                       Vrhbosna (Sarajevo) falls to the Ottomans.
 3 Jun 1463                Part of the Ottoman Empire (as Bosnia sandjak
                             [military district] within Eyalet of Rumelia).
1482                       (Herceg) Novi, the last castle in Hercegovina,
                             falls to the Ottomans.
Jan 1528                   Jajce (Hungarian held since 1463) falls to Ottomans
1580                       Ottoman Eyalet (state) of Bosnia.
17 Jun 1592                Bihać (then Croatian held) falls to the Ottomans.
 6 Sep 1689 - 10 Sep 1691  Austrian occupation of northeastern Bosnia
                             (see under Serbia).
22 Aug 1717 -  4 Sep 1739  Austrian occupation of northeastern Bosnia
                             (see under Serbia).
14 Oct 1831 -  4 Jun 1832  Bosnia de facto autonomous.
1833 - 20 Mar 1851         Separate Eyalet of Hersek (Hercegovina).
1864                       Vilayet (province) of Bosnia (vilayet-i Bosna).
19 Aug 1878                Administered by Austria-Hungary (nominally 
                             under Ottoman sovereignty [from 28 Feb 1880
                             administered by the joint Austro-Hungarian
                             Ministry of Finance]).
 7 Oct 1908                Annexed by Austria-Hungary (as Province of Bosnia
                             and of Hercegovina [Provinzen Bosnien und die
                             Hercegovina]).
20 Feb 1910                Landesstatut (land statute) granted.
15 Feb 1915                Constitution revoked by Austria-Hungary.
29 Oct 1918                Proclamation of the establishment of the State of
                             the Slovenes, Croats and Serbs.
 1 Dec 1918                Part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and 
                             Slovenes (later Yugoslavia).
10 Sep 1919                Austria formally renounces claim to Bosnia and
                             Hercegovnia by Treaty of St. Germain-en-Laye.
 4 Oct 1929                Divided into Drinska banovina (Banate of the Drina)
                             and Vrbaska banovina (Banate of the Vrbas),
                             within Yugoslavia.
26 Aug 1939                Parts of Bosnia and Hercegovina become part of 
                        the Banovina of Croatia (incl. Brčko, Gradačac,
                        Bosanski Brod, Mostar, Travnik, and Livno).
16 Apr 1941 - 30 Apr 1941  German occupation.
 1 May 1941 -  6 Apr 1945  Part of independent Croatia.
29 Nov 1943                Re-incorporation into Yugoslavia declared in
                             opposition to occupation.
 6 Apr 1945                Yugoslav liberation of Sarajevo.
29 Nov 1945                Part of Yugoslavia.
 7 Jul 1963                Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina
21 Dec 1991                Serbs declare separate state (not recognized)
                             (Republika Srpska).
 3 Mar 1992                Independence declared.
 9 Apr 1992                Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina
                             (Republika Bosna i Hercegovina).
29 Aug 1993 - 17 Dec 1996  Bosnian Croats proclaim independence 
                             as Herceg-Bosna (not recognized).
27 Sep 1993 - 21 Aug 1994  Nominally independent state of Western Bosnia 
                             declared (not recognized).
31 May 1994                Formation of the Croat-Muslim Federation.
 5 Oct 1996                Bosnia and Hercegovina (under United Nations
                             and NATO protection).
Federation of
Bosnia-Hercegovina
Federation
 of Bosnia-

Hercegovina
Cantons
Republika Srpska
Brcko District
 Hercg-Bosna
(1991-1996)
Western Bosnia
(1993-1995)
Yugoslav Republic
of Bosnia-
Hercegovina
(1945-1990)
 Ethno-linguistic
map of Bosnia
c.1991
 
 

Great Bans (style Veliki Ban Bos'n'ski)
11.. - 1156                Slavogost (Slauogast)
1156 - 11..                Borić (Boritius)
1167 - 11..                ....
11.. - 1204                Kulin                              (b. 11.. - d. 1204?)   
1204 - 123.                Stjepan?
123. - 1254                Matej (Matija) Ninoslav
12.. - 1287                Prijezda I                         (b. 12.. - d. 1287) 
1287 - 1290                Prijezda II Prijezdić              (b. 12.. - d. 1295?)
1290 - 1302                Stjepan I Prijezdić                (b. 12.. - d. 1314?)
1302 - 1322                Serbian occupation
1322 - 28 Sep 1353         Stjepan Kotroman Stjepanić         (b. 12.. - d. 1353)
28 Sep 1353 - 26 Oct 1377  Stjepan Tvrtko I Vladislavić       (b. 1338? - d. 1391)
28 Sep 1353 - 1354         Vladislav Kotromanić -Regent       (b. 13.. - d. 1354)        
1366 - 1367                Stjepan Vuk Vladislavić            (b. 134. - d. af.1374)
                             (in rebellion)
Kingsą
26 Oct 1377 - 10 Mar 1391  Stjepan Tvrtko I                   (s.a.)
Mar 1391 -  7 Sep 1395     Stjepan Dabiša (Dabisha)           (b. af.1339 - d. 1395)
Sep 1395 - May 1398        Elena (= Gruba)(Jelena)(f) -Queen  (b. c.1345 - d. af.1399)
May 1398 - May? 1404       Stjepan Ostoja (1st time)          (b. 13.. - d. 1418)
May? 1404 - 1409           Stjepan Tvrtko II Tvrtković        (b. 137. - d. 1443) 
                             (1st time)
1409 - Sep 1418            Stjepan Ostoja (2nd time)          (s.a.)
Jan 1415 - Aug 1415        Stjepan Tvrtko II Tvrtković        (s.a.) 
                             (2nd time) (in rebellion)
Sep 1418 - Jul 1420        Stjepan II Ostojić                 (b. 139. - d. 1421?)
Jul 1420 - 15 Nov 1443     Stjepan Tvrtko II Tvrtković        (s.a.)
                             (3rd time)
1432 - Apr 1435            Radivoj (Radivoi) Ostojić          (b. c.1410 - d. 1463)
                             (in rebellion)
1443 - 1444                Ulrih Celjski (Ulrich II von Cilli)(b. 1406 - d. 1456)
                             (pretender)
Nov? 1443 - 10 Jul 1461   
Stjepan Tomaš Ostojić              (b. c.1411 - d. 1461)
10 Jul 1461 -  3 Jun 1463  Stjepan III Tomašević              (b. 1438 - d. 1463)
Jun 1463 - 25 Oct 1478     Katarina Kosača-Kotromanić -Queen  (b. 1425? - d. 1478) 
                             (pretender, in Italy exile)
1463 - 1471                Matija Radivojević Kotromanić      (b. af.1450 - d. af.1490)
                             (titular, imposed by Ottomans)
1471 - 1477                Nikola Iločki (Miklós Újlaki)      (b. 1410 - d. 1477)
                             (titular, declared by Hungary)
1472 - 1476                Matija Vojsalić Hrvatinić          (b. c.1430 - d. af.1480) 
                             (titular, imposed by Ottomans)
Sanjak Beys

1463 - 1464                Mehmed Bey Minnetoglu 
1464 - 1470                Ishakoglu Isa Bey
                             (Isa-beg Ishakovi
ć)
1470 - 1474                Ayaz Bey (1st time)                (b. 1450 - d. 1486) 
1474                       Sinan Bey (1st time)
1474 - 1474                Arnaut Davud Bey (1st time)
1475 - 1477                Bali Bey
1477 - 1479                Iskender Pasha Mihaloglu (1st time)
                             (Skender-paša Mihajlović)
1479 - 1480                Arnaut Davud Pasha (2nd time)
1480 - 1482               
Iskender Pasha Mihaloglu (2nd time)
1482 - 1483                Yahya Bey (1st time)
Jul 1483 - 1484            Ayaz Bey (2nd time)                (s.a.)
1484 - 1485                Mehmed Bey
1485 - 1490                Sinan Bey (2nd time)
1490 - 1493                Hadum Yakub Pasha
 
1493 - 1496                Yahya Pasha (2nd time) 
1496 - 1498                Feriz Bey (1st time)
1498 - 1505               
Iskender Pasha Mihaloglu (3rd time)
1505 - 1512                Feriz Bey (2nd time)
1512 - 1513                Hadum Sinan Bey
1513 - 14 Apr 1515         Yunus Bey
14 Oct 1515 - 17 Apr 1516  Mustafa Pasha
17 Apr 1516 - 1517         Gazi Hasan Bey (1st time)
1517 - 1519                Gazi Mehmed Bey Mihalzade
1519 - 15 Sep 1521         Gazi Bali Bey
15 Sep 1521 - Jun 1525     Gazi Hüsrev Bey (1st time)         (b. 1480 - d. 1541) 
1525 - 1526                Gazi Hasan Bey (2nd time)
Jan 1526 - Mar 1534        Gazi Hüsrev Bey (2nd time)         (s.a.)
1534 - 1536                Ulama Pasha (1st time)
May 1536 - 18 Jun 1541     Gazi H
üsrev Bey (3rd time)         (s.a.)
18 Jun 1541 - 1547         Ulama Pasha (2nd time)
1547 - 1549                Sofi Ali Bey
1549 - 1550                Muhamed Khan Zulkadrioglu
1550 - 1551                Hadim Ali Bey
1551 - 1553                Sofi Mehmed Pasha
1553                       Hadim Gazi Ali Pasha
1553 - 1554                Dugali Malkoc Bey                  (d. 1565)
1554 - 1555                Kara Osman Khan
1555 - 1557                Kara Mustafa Bey
1557 - 1561                Hamza Bey
1561 - 1562                Hasan Bey
1562 - 1564                Sinan Bey
1564 - 1566
               Mustafa Bey
1566 - 1568                Mehmed Bey (1st time)
1568 - 25 Jun 1568         Ferhad Bey
1568 - 1574                Mehmed Bey (2nd time)
1574 - 23 Sep 1580         Ferhad Pasha    
                             (Gazi Ferhad-paša Sokolović)
Walis
(governors)
23 Sep 1580 - 1587         Ferhad Pasha   
1587 - 1588                Kara Ali Pasha
1588                       Shahsuvar Pasha

1588 - 1590                Halil Pasha
1590 - 1591                Sufi Mehmed Pasha
1591 - 22 Jun 1593         Telli Hasan Pasha Gazi
            (b. c.1530 - d. 1593) 
                            
(Hasan-paša Predojević)
22 Jun 1593 - Jun 1594     Mustafa Pasha

Jun 1594 - Nov 1594        Ahmed Pasha
1594 - 1595                Bodur Hüseyin Pasha                (d. 1595)
                             (Husein-paša Boljanić)

1595                       Arpad Ismail Pasha
1595 - 1596                Ayardi Mehmed Pasha
1596                       Hafiz Ahmed Pasha
1596 - Apr 1597            Hüdaverdi Pasha
Apr 1597 - Nov 1597        Idris Pasha
1597 - 1598                Hasan Pasha (1st time)
1598 - 1599                Ahmed Pasha
(1st time)
1599 - 1600                Dervish Pasha (1st time)           (d. 1603) 
Oct 1600 - Apr 1601        Sofi Sinan Pasha (1st time)

1601 - 1602                Tatar Mehmed Pasha
1602                       Dervish Pasha (2nd time)           (s.a.)
1602 - 1604                Hasan Pasha
(2nd time)
1604 - 1605                Ahmed
Pasha (2nd time)
1605 - 1606                Hadim Hüsrev
Pasha
1606 - Apr 1608            Mehmed Pasha
Apr 1608 - Jul 1608
        Sofi Sinan Pasha (2nd time)
1608 - 1609                Mustafa Pasha (1st time)
1609 - 1610                Ibrahim Khan (1st time)
1610 - 1612                Mustafa Pasha (2nd time)
Dec 1612 - Oct 1613        Karakas Mehmed Pasha
               (d. 1621) 
Oct 1613 - May 1615        Iskender Pasha (1st time)
May 1615 - Jan 1616        Abdulbaki Pasha 
Jan 1616 - Feb 1618        Iskender Pasha (2nd time)  
1618 - 1619                Mustafa Pasha (3rd time)
1619 - 1620                Ibrahim Khan (2nd time)
1620 - 1621                Mehmed Pasha
Oct 1621 - Jun 1622        Bayram Pasha (1st time)     
1622                       Sarhosh Ibrahim Pasha
Sep 1622 - Oct 1623
       Bayram Pasha (2nd time)    
1623 - 1626                Murteza Pasha
1626 - 1627                Gazi Mustafa Pasha
1627                       Arnaut Ali Pasha
1627 - 1628                Bekr Pasha
1628 - 1629                Abaza Mehmed Pasha
1629 - 1630                Hersek Murat Pasha
1630 - 1632                Mehmed Pasha Papasoglu
1632                       Hattat Hasan Pasha (1st time)
1632 - 1633                Arnaut Mustafa Pasha
1633 - 1634
                Hattat Hasan Pasha (2nd time)
1634 - 1635                Suleyman Pasha
                            
(Sulejman Pashë Bargjini)
1635 - 1638                Salih
Pasha
1638 - 1639                Silahdar Mehmed Pasha
1639 - 1640                Shahin Hasan Pasha
     
May 1640 - Dec 1641        Mehmed Pasha
1641 - 1644                Deli Husein Pasha  
1644                       Voynik Ahmed Pasha  
1644 - 1645                Varvar Ali Pasha
                   (b. 1580 - d. 1648) 
1645 - 1646                Shahindzi Omer Pasha  
1646 - 1647                Gabeleli Ibrahim Pasha  
1647 - 1648                Tekeli Mustafa Pasha  
1648                       Dervish Mehmed Pasha  
1648 - 1650                Hasan Pasha
1650                       Mehmed
Pasha
1650 - 1651                Fadil Ahmed Pasha (1st time) 
1651                       Yadigar Mustafa Pasha
1651 - 1652 
              Fadil Ahmed Pasha (2nd time) 
1652                       Abaza Siyavush Pasha I             (d. 1656)
1652 - 1654
                Fadil Ahmed Pasha (3rd time) 
1654 - 28 Feb 1656         Delak Mustafa Pasha 
28 Feb 1656 - 22 Nov 1656  Ermeni Suleyman
Pasha 
22 Nov 1656 - 12 Dec 1656  Fadil Ahmed Pasha (4th time) 
12 Dec 1656 - 24 Mar 1659  Seydi Ahmed Pasha 
24 Mar 1659 - 24 Feb 1660  Melek Ahmed Pasha                  (b. c.1604 - d. 1662)
24 Feb 1660 - 1663         Serdar Gazi Ali Pasha 
1663 -  1 Aug 1664         Ismail Pasha 
 1 Aug 1664 - 1665         Arnaut Mustafa Pasha 
1665 -  9 Nov 1665         Muharem Pasha 
 9 Nov 1665 - 1666         Suhrab Mehmed Pasha 
1666 - 1668                Köse Ali Pasha 
1668 - 1669                Ibrahim Pasha
1669 - 1670                Mufettis Mehmed
Pasha 
Dec 1670 - Apr 1671        Mehmed Pasha
Apr 1671 - May 1672        Husein
Pasha
May 1672 - Dec 1672        Koca Arnaud Ibrahim Pasha

                             (1st time) 

1672 - 1673                Kemankesh Suleyman
Pasha 
1673 - 1675                Kara Mehmed Pasha 
1675 - 1677                Haci Bekr
Pasha 
1677 - 1678                Defterdar Ahmed
Pasha (1st time) 
Mar 1678 - 26 Oct 1678     Koca Arnaud Ibrahim Pasha
                             (2nd time)
 
26 Oct 1678 - 1679         Koca Halil Pasha
1679 - 1681                Defterdar Ahmed Pasha (2nd time)  
1681 - 1682                Arnavut Abdurrahman Abdi Pasha     (b. 1616 - d. 1686)
1682 - 11 Oct 1683         Hizir
Pasha 
11 Oct 1683 - 1684         Ahmed Pasha
1684 -  1 Aug 1685         Hersekli Osman Pasha               (d. 1685)

1685                       Kunduk Mustafa Pasha 
1685 - 1686                Abaza Siyavush Pasha
              (d. 1688)
1686 - May 1688            Mehmed Pasha                       (d. 1689)
1688                       Gazi Topal Husein Pasha
(1st time)
1688                       Yegen Osman Pasha
1688 - 1689                Gazi Topal Husein Pasha (2nd time)
1689 - 1692                Buyuk Dzafer Pasha
1692 - 1697                Gazi Mehmed Pasha
1697 - 1698                Sari Ahmed Pasha
1698                       Daltaban Gazi Mustafa Pasha
1698 - 1702                Köse Halil Pasha                   (d. 1715)
1702 - 12 Oct 1703         Seyfullah Pasha
12 Oct 1703 -  6 Mar 1704  Dogramadzi Mehmed Pasha

 6 Mar 1704 - 21 Aug 1705  Haci Ibrahim Pasha
21 Aug 1705 - 20 Jun 1708  Sirke Osman Pasha
20 Jun 1708 - 1709         Mustafa Pasha
1709                       Sefer Pasha
1709 - 1711                Karayilan Ali Pasha
1711 - 1712                Sari Ahmed Pasha
1712 - 1713                Arnaut Ali Pasha
1713 - 1715                Köprülü Numan Pasha (1st time)     (b. 1670 - d. 1719)
1715 - 13 Jan 1716         Sari Mustafa Pasha
13 Jan 1716 - 19 Jul 1716  Yusuf Pasha
19 Jul 1716 - 28 Aug 1716  Ibrahim Pasha
28 Aug 1716 - 10 Jun 1717  Kara Mustafa Pasha
10 Jun 1717 - 18 Aug 1718  Köprülü Numan Pasha (2nd time)     (s.a.)
18 Aug 1718 - 10 Mar 1720  Defterdar Emin Osman Pasha
10 Mar 1720 - 1720         Topal Osman Pasha (1st time)       (b. 1663 - d. 1733)
1720 - 1727                Abdullah Pasha Muhsinzade          (b. 1660 - d. 1749)
                             (1st time)
1727 - 1728                Topal Osman Pasha (2nd time)       (s.a.)
1728 - 1730                Ahmed Pasha
1729 - 1730                Kabakulak Ibrahim Pasha            (d. 1742)
1730                       Sirke Osman Pasha
1730 - 11 Oct 1733         Haci Ibrahim Pasha
11 Oct 1733 - 1735        
Abdullah Pasha Muhsinzade          (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
1735 - 1740                Hecimoglu Ali Pasha (1st time)     (b. 1689 - d. 1758)
1740 - 1741                Abdullah Pasha Muhsinzade          (s.a.)
                             (3rd time)
1741 - 1742                Gazi Ayvaz Mehmed Pasha            (b. 1675 - d. 1743)
1742 - 1744                Yeghen Mehmed Pasha                (d. 1745)
1744 -  6 Oct 1745         Hecimoglu Ali Pasha (2nd time)     (s.a.)
 6 Oct 1745 - 28 Apr 1746  Bostandzi Suleyman Pasha
28 Apr 1746 -  1 Apr 1748  Hecimoglu Ali Pasha (3rd time)     (s.a.)
 1 Apr 1748 - 25 Apr 1748  Abdullah Pasha Muhsinzade          (s.a.)
                             (4th time)
25 Apr 1748 -  7 Jul 1750  Koca Haci Bekr Pasha
17 Jul 1750 - 1751         Seyyid Abdullah Pasha              (d. 1761)
1751 - 18 Apr 1752         Sherif Halil Pasha
18 Apr 1751 - 10 Dec 1752  Köprülü Hack Ahmed Pasha
(1st time)
10 Dec 1752 -  6 Dec 1756  Haci Mehmed Pasha (1st time)       (d. 1762)
 6 Dec 1756 - 28 Aug 1757  Kamil Ahmed Pasha
28 Aug 1757 - 13 Aug 1760  Haci Mehmed Pasha (2nd time)       (s.a.)
13 Aug 1760 -  8 Apr 1764  Mehmed Pasha Muhsinzade
 8 Apr 1764 - 24 Mar 1765  Maldovanzade Ali Pasha
24 Mar 1765 - 11 Apr 1766  Nishli Mehmed Pasha
11 Apr 1766 -  5 Mar 1767  Köprülü Hack Ahmed Pasha (2nd time)
 5 Mar 1767 -  9 Dec 1770  Silahdar Mehmed Pasha (1st time)   (b. 1710 - d. 1771)
 9 Dec 1770 -  7 Sep 1772  Mehmed Pasha                       (b. 1706 - d. 1773)
 7 Sep 1772 - 11 Oct 1773  Osman Pasha Topaloghlu
11 Oct 1773 - 25 Jan 1775  Dagestani Ali Pasha (1st time)
25 Jan 1775 - 20 May 1777  Silahdar Mehmed Pasha (2nd time)   (s.a.)
20 May 1777 - 24 Jul 1778  Dagestani Ali Pasha (2nd time)
24 Jul 1778 - 21 Oct 1779  Silahdar Mehmed Pasha (3rd time)   (s.a.)
21 Oct 1779 - 15 Nov 1780  Mustafa Pasha
15 Nov 1780 - 1785         Silahdar Abdullah Pasha
 4 Mar 1785 - 13 May 1785  Aydosli Kara Mehmed Pasha
13 May 1785 - 28 Jul 1785  Ismail Pasha
28 Jul 1785 -  2 Mar 1786  Morali Ahmed Pasha
 2 Mar 1786 - 21 Dec 1787  Selim Siri Pasha
21 Dec 1787 - 29 Apr 1789  Bekr Pasha
29 Apr 1789 - 15 Oct 1789  Arslan Pasha
15 Oct 1789 - 18 Dec 1789  Mehmed Pasha Miralem
18 Dec 1789 -  5 Jan 1791  Haci Salih Pasha (1st time)        (d. 1801/02)
 5 Jan 1791 -  9 Mar 1791  Koca Yusuf Pasha
 9 Mar 1791 - 30 Dec 1792  Haci Salih Pasha (2nd time)        (s.a.)
30 Dec 1792 - 28 May 1797  Husamudin Pasha
28 May 1797 - 14 Feb 1799  Perisan Mustafa Pasha
14 Apr 1799 - 22 Apr 1799  Hadci Osman Pasha
22 Apr 1799 -  3 Aug 1799  Vanli Mehmed Pasha (1st time)
 3 Aug 1799 - 15 Sep 1799  Zihneli Hadzi Hasan Pasha
15 Sep 1799 -  9 Apr 1801  Vanli Mehmed Pasha (2nd time)
 9 Apr 1801 -  2 Sep 1801  Haci Mehmed Pasha
 2 Sep 1801 - 12 Sep 1801
 Vanli Mehmed Pasha (3rd time)
12 Sep 1801 -  8 Jan 1802  Bekr Pasha (1st time)
 8 Jan 1802 -  6 Feb 1802  Hadci Osman Pasha
 6 Feb 1802 -  6 Jan 1805  Bekr Pasha (2nd time)
 6 Jan 1805 - 25 Mar 1806  Mustafa Pasha
25 Mar 1806 - 20 Jan 1808  Hüsrev Mehmed Pasha
20 Jan 1808 -  4 Mar 1813  Hilmi Ibrahim Pasha
 4 Mar 1813 - 30 Mar 1815  Ali Pasha Darendeli
30 Mar 1815 - 27 Oct 1815  Hurshid Ahmed Pasha                 (d. 1822)
27 Oct 1815 - 23 Jan 1818  Suleyman Pasha
23 Jan 1818 - 29 Jan 1818  Morali Bekir Pasha
29 Jan 1818 - 27 Jul 1819  Dervish Mustafa Pasha
27 Jul 1819 -  8 Dec 1819  Mehmed Rushdi Pasha
 8 Dec 1819 - 28 Nov 1822  Celaludin Pasha
28 Nov 1822 - 12 May 1826  Sherif Selim Siri Pasha
12 May 1826 - 22 Dec 1826  Belenli Hadci Mustafa Pasha
12 Dec 1826 - 18 Aug 1828  Abdurahim Pasha
18 Aug 1828 - 27 Jun 1831  Namik Pasha
27 Jun 1831 - 14 Oct 1831  Vedzihi Ibrahim Pasha
14 Oct 1831 -  4 Jun 1832  Husein Kapetan Gradaščević         (b. 1802 - d. 1834)
                            
(in rebellion)
 4 Jun 1832 - 24 Jun 1833  Mehmed Hamdi Pasha
24 Jun 1833 - 13 Jul 1835  Davud Pasha
1833 - 20 Mar 1851         Ali Pasha (Rizvanbegović) -Vizier  (b. 1783 - d, 1851)
                             (of Hersek [Hercegovina] Eyalet)
13 Jul 1835 - 28 Sep 1840  Mehmed Vecihi Pasha
28 Sep 1840 -  6 Nov 1840  Mehmed Hüsrev Pasha                (b. 1769 - d. 1855)
 6 Nov 1840 - 11 Nov 1844  Kamil Mehmed Pasha
11 Nov 1844 -  1 Nov 1845  Osman Nuri Pasha
 1 Nov 1845 -  4 Jun 1847  Hadzi Kamil Pasha
 4 Jul 1847 - 22 May 1850  Mehmed Tahir Pasha
22 May 1850 - 16 Nov 1850  Çerkez Hafiz Mehmed Pasha
16 Nov 1850 -  8 Mar 1852  Hayreddin Pasha
 8 Mar 1852 - 14 Sep 1852  Veliedin Pasha
14 Sep 1852 - 26 Oct 1856  Mehmed Hurshid Pasha
26 Oct 1856 -  1 Jul 1858  Mehmed Rashid Pasha (1st time)     (d. 1876)
 1 Jul 1858 - 18 Sep 1858  Mehmed Kani Pasha (1st time)
18 Sep 1858 - 18 Nov 1858  Arnavut Mehmed Akif Pasha
18 Nov 1858 - 10 Jun 1859  Mehmed Kani Pasha (2nd time)
10 Jun 1859 - 23 Jan 1861  Osman Mahzar Pasha
23 Jan 1861 - 21 Jan 1869  Sherif Topal Osman Pasha (1st time)(b. 1804 - d. 1874)
21 Jan 1869 - 17 Feb 1869  Omer Favzi Pasha

17 Feb 1869 - 25 May 1869
  Sherif Topal Osman Pasha (2nd time)(s.a.)
25 May 1869 - 27 Apr 1871  Safvet Pasha                       (d. 1895)
27 Apr 1871 - 10 Sep 1871  Arnaut Mehmed Akif Pasha (1st time)
10 Sep 1871 - 23 Aug 1872  Mehmed Asim Pasha
23 Aug 1872 -  7 Nov 1872  Mehmed Rashid Pasha (2nd time)
 7 Nov 1872 - 27 Nov 1873  Mustafa Asim Pasha
27 Nov 1873 -  6 Apr 1874  Arnaut Mehmed Akif Pasha (2nd time)
 6 Apr 1874 -  4 Sep 1875  Ibrahim Dervish Pasha
 4 Sep 1875 - 30 Oct 1875  Ahmed Hamdi Pasha                  (b. 1826 - d. 1885)
30 Oct 1875 -  6 Jan 1876  Rauf Pasha
 6 Jan 1876 - 1877         Ibrahim Pasha
1877 -  18 May 1877        Mehmed Nazif Pasha
18 May 1877 - 12 Jul 1878  Ahmed Mazhar Pasha                 (b. 1834 - d. 190.)
12 Jul 1878 - 19 Aug 1878  Hafiz Ahmed Pasha
Austro-Hungarian Commander (of the 2nd Army) 
19 Aug 1878 - 18 Nov 1878  Joseph Freiherr Philippović von    (b. 1819 - d. 1889)
                             Philippsburg
Austro-Hungarian Commanding generals and Chiefs of State Government

19 Nov 1878 -  6 Apr 1881  Wilhelm Nikolaus Herzog von        (b. 1828 - d. 1896)
                             Württemberg
 7 Apr 1881 -  9 Aug 1882  Hermann Josua Anton
Freiherr       (b. 1828 - d. 1887)
                             Dahlen und Orlaburg
10 Aug 1882 -  2 Dec 1903  Johann Nepomuk Freiherr von Appel  (b. 1826 - d. 1906)
 3 Dec 1903 - 25 Jun 1907  Eugen Freiherr von Albori          (b. 1838 - d. 1915)
26 Jun 1907 -  7 Oct 1908  Anton Rudolf Josef Hubert Freiherr
                             von Winzor                       (b. 1844 - d. 1910)

Chiefs of State Government (Chefs der Landesregierung)
 7 Oct 1908 -  7 Mar 1909  Anton Rudolf Josef Hubert F
reiherr
                             von Winzor                       (s.a.)

 8 Mar 1909 - 10 May 1911  Marian Freiherr Varešanin von      (b. 1847 - d. 1917)
                             Vareš
11 May 1911 - 22 Dec 1914  Oskar Potiorek                     (b. 1853 - d. 1933)
23 Dec 1914 -  3 Nov 1918  Stephan Freiherr Sarkotić von      (b. 1858 - d. 1939)
                             Lovčen
President of the Supreme Committee of the National Council of State
of Serbs
, Croats and Slovenes in Bosnia and Herzegovina

 3 Nov 1918 - 31 Dec 1918  Gligorije Jeftanović               (b. 1840 - d. 1929) 
Presidents of the Provincial Government of Bosnia-Hercegovina
Nov 1918 - 1920            Atanasije Vojislavić Šola          (b. 1878 – d. 1955/60)

1920 - Jul 1921            Milan Srskić                       (b. 1880 - d. 1937)
1921 - Mar 1923            Nikola Djurdjević (Đurđević)       (b. 1864 - d. 1933)
Provincial Commissioner
Aug 1922 - Feb 1924        Ljubomir Vulović                   (b. 1872 - d. 1933)
Bans of the Vardar
 9 Oct 1929 - 18 Apr 1934  Svetislav Tisa Milosavljević       (b. 1882 - d. 1960)
30 Apr 1934 - 14 Jan 1935  Dragoslav Đorđević (Djordjević)    (b. 1887 - d. 1973)
14 Jan 1935 -  4 Oct 1937  Bogoljub Kujundžić                 (b. 1887 - d. 1949)  
25 Dec 1937 - 21 Mar 1938  Todor Lazarević
                   (d. 1938)
22 Mar 1938 - Feb 1940     Petar Cvetković (acting)
Feb 1940 - Apr 1941        Gojko Ružić
(acting)
 3 Apr 1941 -  8 Apr 1941  Nikola M. Stojanović               (b. 1880 - d. 1964)
Bans of the Drina

 9 Oct 1929 - 1934         Velimir Popović                    (b. 1886 - d. 1942)
31 May 1935 - 1937         Predrag Lukić
 9 Dec 1937 -  5 Jan 1938  Dušan Davidović                    (b. 1892 - d. 1938)
 5 Jan 1938 - 1939         Mihailo Krečković (acting)

1939                       Radoslav M. Dunjić                 (b. 1871 - d. 1948)
1939                       Vladimir Jevtić                    (b. 1887 - d. 1952)
1939 - 1940                Ilija Popović
1940 - 17 Apr 1941         Stanoje Mihaldžić                  (b. 1892 - d. 19..)
Chairman of the State Presidency
20 Dec 1990 -  5 Oct 1996  Alija Izetbegović                  (b. 1925 - d. 2003)  SDA
                             (Bosniak) 
Chairmen of the Presidency of the Republic2 
 5 Oct 1996 - 13 Oct 1998  Alija Izetbegović (1st time)       (s.a.)               SDA 

                             (Bosniak)
13 Oct 1998 - 15 Jun 1999  Živko Radišić (1st time)(Serb)     (b. 1937)            SPRS 
15 Jun 1999 - 14 Feb 2000  Ante Jelavić (Croat)               (b. 1963)            HDZ-BiH
14 Feb 2000 - 14 Oct 2000  Alija Izetbegović (2nd time)       (s.a.)               SDA
14 Oct 2000 - 14 Jun 2001  Živko Radišić (2nd time)(Serb)     (s.a.)               SPRS
14 Jun 2001 - 14 Feb 2002  Jozo Križanović (Croat)            (b. 1944 - d. 2009)  SDP
14 Feb 2002 - 28 Oct 2002  Beriz Belkić (Bosniak)             (b. 1946)            SBiH
28 Oct 2002 -  2 Apr 2003  Mirko Šarović (Serb)               (b. 1956)            SDS
 2 Apr 2003 - 10 Apr 2003  Dragan Čović (1st time)(Croat)     (b. 1956)            HDZ-BiH
                             (acting)
10 Apr 2003 - 27 Jun 2003  Borislav Paravac (Serb) (1st time) (b. 1943)            SDS
27 Jun 2003 - 28 Feb 2004  Dragan Čović (2nd time) (Croat)    (s.a.)               HDZ-BiH
28 Feb 2004 - 28 Oct 2004  Sulejman Tihić (1st time)(Bosniak) (b. 1951 - d. 2014)  SDA
28 Oct 2004 - 28 Jun 2005  Borislav Paravac (2nd time)        (s.a.)               SDS
28 Jun 2005 - 28 Feb 2006  Ivo Miro Jović (Croat)             (b. 1950)            HDZ-BiH
28 Feb 2006 -  6 Nov 2006  Sulejman Tihić (2nd time)          (s.a.)               SDA
 6 Nov 2006 -  6 Jul 2007  Nebojša Radmanović (1st time)(Serb)(b. 1949)            SNSD
 6 Jul 2007 -  6 Mar 2008  Željko Komšić (1st time)(Croat)    (b. 1964)            SDP
 6 Mar 2008 -  6 Nov 2008  Haris Silajdžić (1st time)(Bosniak)(b. 1945)            SBiH
 6 Nov 2008 -  6 Jul 2009  Nebojša Radmanović (2nd time)      (s.a.)               SNSD
 6 Jul 2009 -  6 Mar 2010  Željko Komšić (2nd time)           (s.a.)               SDP
 6 Mar 2010 - 10 Nov 2010  Haris Silajdžić (2nd time)         (s.a.)               SBiH
10 Nov 2010 - 10 Jul 2011  Nebojša Radmanović (3rd time)      (s.a.)               SNSD
10 Jul 2011 - 10 Mar 2012  Željko Komšić (3rd time)           (s.a.)               SDP
10 Mar 2012 - 10 Nov 2012  Bakir Izetbegović (1st time)       (b. 1956)            SDA
                            
(Bosniak)      
10 Nov 2012 - 10 Jul 2013  Nebojša Radmanović (4th time)      (s.a.)               SNSD
10 Jul 2013 - 10 Mar 2014  Željko Komšić (4th time)           (s.a.)               DF
10 Mar 2014 - 17 Nov 2014  Bakir Izetbegović (2nd time)       (s.a.)               SDA
17 Nov 2014 -              Mladen Ivani
ć                      (b. 1958)            PDP


Presidents of the Council (Landtag/Sobor)
15 Jun 1910 - 30 Jun 1910  Ali-beg Firdus                     (b. 1862 - d. 1910)
15 Jun 1910 - 30 Jun 1910  Vojislav Šola (acting for Firdus)  (b. 1863 - d. 1921)
1910 - 1912                Safvet-beg Bašagić                 (b. 1870 - d. 1934)

1912 -  9 Jul 1914         Nikola Mandi
ć                      (b. 1869 - d. 1945)
 9 Jul 1914 - 15 Feb 1915  interregnum
15 Feb 1915 -  3 Nov 1918  Post abolished
President of the
President of the National Government of the State
of Serbs
, Croats and Slovenes in Bosnia and Herzegovina

 3 Nov 1918 - 1919         Atanasije Vojislavić Šola          (s.a.)

Prime ministers
20 Dec 1990 - 10 Nov 1992  Jure Pelivan (Croat)               (b. 1928 - d. 2014)  HDZ-BiH
10 Nov 1992 - 25 Oct 1993  Mile Akmadžić (Croat)              (b. 1939)            HDZ-BiH 
25 Oct 1993 - 30 Jan 1996  Haris Silajdžić (Bosniak)          (s.a.)               SDA
30 Jan 1996 -  3 Jan 1997  Hasan Muratović (Bosniak)          (b. 1940)            Non-party
Co-prime ministers
 3 Jan 1997 -  3 Feb 1999  Haris Silajdžić (1st time)         (s.a.)               SBiH
                           + Boro Bosić (Serb)                (b. 1950)            SDS
 3 Feb 1999 -  6 Jun 2000  Haris Silajdžić (2nd time)         (s.a.)               SBiH
                           + Svetozar Mihajlović (Serb)       (b. 1949)            SPRS
Prime ministers (Chairmen of the council of ministers)
 6 Jun 2000 - 18 Oct 2000  Spasoje Tuševljak (Serb)           (b. 1952)            Non-party
18 Oct 2000 - 22 Feb 2001  Martin Raguž (Croat)               (b. 1958)            HDZ-BiH
22 Feb 2001 - 18 Jul 2001  Božidar Matić (Croat)              (b. 1937)            SDP
18 Jul 2001 - 15 Mar 2002  Zlatko Lagumdžija (Bosniak)        (b. 1955)            SDP + AP
15 Mar 2002 - 23 Dec 2002  Dragan Mikerević (Serb)            (b. 1955)            PDP
23 Dec 2002 - 11 Jan 2007  Adnan Terzić (Bosniak)             (b. 1960)            SDA
11 Jan 2007 - 12 Jan 2011  Nikola Špirić (Serb)               (b. 1956)            SNSD
12 Jan 2011 -              Vjekoslav Bevanda (Croat)          (b. 1956)            HDZ-BiH

 

 [Office the High
                Representative]

International High Representatives
20 Dec 1995 - 18 Jun 1997  Carl Bildt (Sweden)                (b. 1949)
18 Jun 1997 - 18 Aug 1999  Carlos Westendorp y Cabeza         (b. 1937)
                             (Spain)
18 Aug 1999 - 27 May 2002  Wolfgang Petritsch (Austria)       (b. 1947)
27 May 2002 - 31 Jan 2006  Jeremy John Durham "Paddy"         (b. 1941)
                             Ashdown, Baron Ashdown 
                             (United Kingdom) 
31 Jan 2006 -  2 Jul 2007  Christian Schwarz-Schilling        (b. 1930)
                             (Germany)
 2 Jul 2007 - 26 Mar 2009  Miroslav Lajčák (Slovakia)         (b. 1963)

26 Mar 2009 -              Valentin Inzko (Austria)           (b. 1949)

Special Representatives of the Secretary-General and Coordinators
of U.N. Operations in Bosnia and Hercegovina (UNIBH)
 5 Jan 1996 - 31 Jan 1996  Antonio Pedauye y González         (b. 1944)
                             (interim)(Spain)
 1 Feb 1996 - 11 Feb 1997  Syed Iqbal Riza (Pakistan)         (b. 1934)
11 Feb 1997 - 15 Jan 1998  Kai Aage Eide (Norway)             (b. 1949) 
16 Jan 1998 - 15 Jul 1999  Elisabeth Rehn (f)(Finland)        (b. 1935)
16 Jul 1999 - 31 Dec 2002  Jacques Paul Klein (U.S.)          (b. 1939)
                             (acting to 2 Aug 1999)

 
Commander, Sector Sarajevo, United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR)
 3 Jul 1992 - 15 Oct 1992  Lewis Wharton Mackenzie (Canada)   (b. 1940)
Commanders, Bosnia and Herzegovina Command, United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) 
15 Oct 1992 - 12 Jul 1993  Philippe Morillon (France)         (b. 1935)
12 Jul 1993 - 24 Jan 1994  Francis Briquemont (Belgium)       (b. 1935)
24 Jan 1994 - 24 Jan 1995  Sir Hugh Michael Rose (U.K.)       (b. 1940)
24 Jan 1995 - 20 Dec 1995  Rupert Anthony Smith (U.K.)        (b. 1943)
Commanders, Implementation Force (IFOR) 
20 Dec 1995 - 31 Jul 1996  Leighton Warren Smith, Jr. (U.S.)  (b. 1939)
31 Jul 1996 -  7 Nov 1996  Thomas Joseph Lopez (U.S.)         (b. 1940)
 7 Nov 1996 - 20 Dec 1996  William Wright Crouch (U.S.)       (b. 1941)
Commanders, Stabilization Force (SFOR) 
20 Dec 1996 - 30 Jul 1997  William Wright Crouch (U.S.)       (s.a.)
30 Jul 1997 - 23 Oct 1998  Eric Ken Shinseki (U.S.)           (b. 1942)
23 Oct 1998 - 18 Oct 1999  Montgomery Cunningham Meigs (U.S.) (b. 1945)
18 Oct 1999 -  8 Sep 2000  Ronald Emerson Adams (U.S.)        (b. 1943)
 8 Sep 2000 -  7 Sep 2001  Michael L. Dodson (U.S.)           (b. 1945)
 7 Sep 2001 -  8 Oct 2002  John Blackmer Sylvester (U.S.)     (b. 1946?)
 8 Oct 2002 -  1 Oct 2003  William "Kip" E. Ward (U.S.)       (b. 1949)
 2 Oct 2003 -  4 Oct 2004  Virgil Lester Packett II (U.S.)    (b. 1947)
 5 Oct 2004 -  2 Dec 2004  Steven Paul Schook (U.S.)          (b. 1953)
Commanders, European Union Peacekeeping Force (EUFOR)
 2 Dec 2004 -  5 Dec 2005  Arundell David Leakey (U.K.)       (b. 1952)
 
5 Dec 2005 -  5 Dec 2006  Gian Marco Chiarini (Italy)        (b. 1952)
 5 Dec 2006 -  4 Dec 2007  Hans-Jochen Witthauer (Germany)    (b. 1950)
 4 Dec 2007 -  4 Dec 2008  Ignacio Martín Villalaín (Spain)   (b. 1947)
 4 Dec 2008 -  4 Dec 2009  Stefano Castagnotto (Italy)        (b. 1956)
 4 Dec 2009 -  6 Dec 2011  Bernhard Bair (Austria)            (b. 1955)
 6 Dec 2011 -  3 Dec 2012  Robert Brieger (Austria)           (b. 1956)
 3 Dec 2012 -              Dieter Heidecker (Austria)         (b. 1954)


German Military Commander
(of the XXXXVI Army Corps, in Sarajevo)
16 Apr 1941 - 30 Apr 1941  Heinrich Gottfried von             (b. 1884 - d. 1852)
                            Viettinghoff, gen. Scheel 
 


Austro-Hungarian Ministers of Finance and
for Bosnia and Hercegovina (in Vienna)
16 Sep 1878 - 28 Feb 1880  Common Council of Ministers
                           - Gyula gróf Andrássy de           (b. 1823 - d. 1890)
                              Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka 
                             (minister of imperial and royal
                              house and of foreign affairs)
                           - Leopold Friedrich Freiherr       (b. 1822 - d. 1885)
                              von Hofmann
                             (minister of finance) 
                           - Arthur Maximilian Adrian Graf    (b. 1821 - d. 1891)
                              Bylandt Freiherr zu Rheidt 
                            
(minister of war)
28 Feb 1880
-  8 Apr 1880  Leopold Friedrich Freiherr von     (s.a.)
                             Hofmann
 8 Apr 1880 -  6 Jun 1882  József Szlávy Erkenézi Okányi      (b. 1818 - d. 1900)
 
6 Jun 1882 - 13 Jul 1903  Benjámin Kállay Nagy-Kállói        (b. 1839 - d. 1903)
14 Jul 1903 - 24 Jul 1903  Agenor Maria Adam Graf Gołuchowski (b. 1849 - d. 1921)
                             (acting)
24 Jul 1903 - 20 Feb 1912  István báró Burián Rajeci          (b. 1851 - d. 1922)
                             (1st time) 
20 Feb 1912 -  7 Feb 1915  Leo Ritter von Biliński            (b. 1846 - d. 1923)
 7 Feb 1915 - 28 Oct 1916  Ernst von Koerber                  (b. 1850 - d. 1919)
28 Oct 1916 -  2 Dec 1916  István báró Burián Rajeci          (s.a.)
                             (2nd time) (acting)
 2 Dec 1916 - 22 Dec 1916  Konrad Prinz zu Hohenlohe-         (b. 1863 - d. 1918)
                             Schillingfürst
22 Dec 1916 -  7 Sep 1918  István báró (from 9 May 1918 gróf)
                             Burián Rajeci (3rd time)         (s.a.)
 7 Sep 1918 -  4 Nov 1918  Alexander Freiherr von und zu      (b. 1862 - d. 1953)
                             Spitzmüller
 4 Nov 1918 - 10 Nov 1918  László Szalay (acting)             (b. 1858 - d. 1941)

 ąFull style of the rulers 26 Oct 1377 - 3 Jun 1463: Kralj Sr'blem, Bosni i Primoriju ("King of Serbs, Bosnia and the Littoral").

 2Following the post-war general elections a three-man collective presidency was formed. Alija Izetbegović (Bosniak)(s.a.) took over as first holder of the rotating chair. The other two were Momčilo Krajišnik (Serb)(b. 1945) and Krešimir Zubak (Croat)(b. 1947).

Note: From 1991 ethnic groups, which played a preeminent role in politics, are listed in parentheses after the name i.e. Adnan Terzić (Bosniak).

Territorial Disputes: Serbia delimited about half of the boundary with Bosnia and Hercegovina, but sections along the Drina River remain in dispute

Party abbreviations: DF = Demokratska Fronta (Democratic Front, social-democratic, split from SDP, est.2013); HDZ-BiH = Hrvatska Demokratska Zajednica Bosne i Hercegovine (Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croat conservative, est.1990); PDP = Partija Demokratskog Progresa (Democratic Progress Party, liberal conservative, christian democratic, mainly Serb, est.1999); SBiH = Stranka za Bosniu i Hercegovinu (Party for Bosnia-Hercegovina, social-democratic, predominantly Bosniak, est.1996); SDA = Stranka Demokratski Akcije (Party of Democratic Action, center-right, Bosniak nationalist, est.1990); SDP = Socijaldemokratska Partija Bosne i Hercegovine (Social-democratic Party of Bosnia and Hercegovinacenter-left, multi-ethnic party, est.1990); SDS = Srpska Demokratska Stranka (Serbian Democratic Party, far-right, est.1990); SNSD = Stranka Nezavisnih Socijaldemokrata (Party of Independent Social Democrats, Serb nationalist, social-democratic, est.2001); SPRS = Socijalistička Partija Republike Srpske (Socialist Party of Serbian Republic, social-democratic, predominantly Serb, est.1990);
- Former parties: AP = Alijansa za Promjene (Alliance for Change, coalition incl. SDP, SBiH, NHI, 2001-2002); NHI = Nova Hrvatska Inicijativa (New Croatian Initiative, center right, split from HDZ, 1998-2007)


Federation of Bosnia-Hercegovina
 
[former flag of
                Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina]
                5 Nov 1996 - 14 Jun 2007
 
Map of Croat-Muslim
Federation
Hear National Anthem
Text of National Anthem
(None adopted)
Constitution
(31 May 1994)
Capital: Sarajevo
Currency: Bosnian
Convertible Marka (BAM) 
National Holiday: 25 Nov (1943)
National Day
 Population: 2,371,603 (2013)
GDP: $N/A
Exports: $N/A
Imports: $N/A
Ethnic groups: Bosniak 70%,
Croat 28%, Serb 1.4%, others 0.6% (2002)
Total Armed Forces: N/A
Religions: Muslim, Roman Catholic, Serbian Orthodox
Cantons

31 May 1994                Croat-Muslim Federation established (officially the 
                             Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina)
                             (Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine).

Presidents
31 May 1994 - 18 Mar 1997  Krešimir Zubak (Croat)             (b. 1947)            NHI
18 Mar 1997 - 29 Dec 1997  Vladimir Šoljić (Croat)            (b. 1943)            HDZ-BiH
29 Dec 1997 -  1 Jan 1999  Ejup Ganić (1st time)(Bosniak)     (b. 1946)            SDA 
 1 Jan 1999 -  1 Jan 2000  Ivo Andrić-Lužanski (1st time)     (b. 1956)            HDZ-BiH
                             (Croat)
 1 Jan 2000 -  1 Jan 2001  Ejup Ganić (2nd time)              (s.a.)    SDA;May 2000 Non-party
 1 Jan 2001 - 28 Feb 2001  Ivo Andrić-Lužanski (2nd time)     (s.a.)               HDZ-BiH
28 Feb 2001 -  1 Jan 2002  Karlo Filipović (Croat)            (b. 1954)            SDP
 1 Jan 2002 - 27 Jan 2003  Safet Halilović (Bosniak)          (b. 1951)            SBiH 
27 Jan 2003 - 22 Feb 2007  Niko Lozančić (Croat)              (b. 1957)            HDZ-BiH
22 Feb 2007 -
17 Mar 2011  Borjana Krišto (f)(Croat)          (b. 1961)            HDZ-BiH
17 Mar 2011 -              Živko Budimir (Croat)              (b. 1962)
           HSP-BiH

Prime ministers
31 May 1994 - 31 Jan 1996  Haris Silajdžić (Bosniak)          (b. 1945)            SDA
31 Jan 1996 - 18 Dec 1996  Izudin Kapetanović (Bosniak)       (b. 1953)            SDA
18 Dec 1996 - 11 Jan 2001  Edhem Bičakčić (Bosniak)           (b. 1952)            SDA
11 Jan 2001 -  2 Mar 2001  Dragan Čović (acting) (Croat)      (b. 1956)            HDZ-BiH
 2 Mar 2001 - 14 Feb 2003  Alija Behmen (Bosniak)             (b. 1940)            SDP
14 Feb 2003 - 22 Mar 2007  Ahmet Hadžipašić (1st time)        (b. 1952 - d. 2008)  SDA
                             (Bosniak)
22 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007  Nedžad Branković (1st time)        (b. 1962)            SDA
                             (Bosniak)
23 Mar 2007 - 30 Mar 2007  Ahmet Hadžipašić (2nd time)        (s.a.)               SDA
30 Mar 2007 - 25 Jun 2009 
Nedžad Branković (2nd time)        (b. 1962)            SDA
25 Jun 2009 - 
17 Mar 2011  Mustafa Mujezinović (Bosniak)      (b. 1954)            SDA
17 Mar 2011 -              Nermin Nikšić
(Bosniak)            (b. 1960)            SDP

Party abbreviationsHDZ-BiH = Hrvatska Demokratska Zajednica Bosne i Hercegovine (Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatian conservative, est.1990) HSP-BiH = Hrvatska Stranka Prava Bosne i Hercegovine (Croatian Party of Rights of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatian nationalist, conservative, populist, est.1992); SBiH = Stranka za Bosniu i Hercegovinu (Party for Bosnia-Hercegivina, social-democratic, est.1996); SDA = Stranka Demokratski Akcije (Party of Democratic Action, center-right, Bosniak nationalist, est.1990); SDP = Socijaldemokratska Partija Bosne i Hercegovine (Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Hercegovina, center-left, multi-ethnic party, est.1990);
- Former parties: NHI = Nova Hrvatska Inicijativa (New Croatian Initiative, center right split from HDZ, 1998-2007)


Republika Srpska 
 
    From 9 Jan 1992, Adopted 18 Dec 1992
 
Map of Republika Srpska Hear National Anthem
"Moja Republika"
(My Republic)
Adopted 16 Jul 2008 
Former National Anthem
  "Bože Pravde"
(God of Justice) 
18 Dec 1992 - 16 Jul 2008
(No lyrics from 31 May 2007)
Constitution
  (28 Feb 1992)
Capital: Banja Luka
(seat of government
1992-1998: Pale)
(Formal capital: Sarajevo)
Currency: Convertible Marka
(BAM); 1993-1996 Republika
 Srpska
Dinar (BASO);
 1992-1993
Republika Srpska
Reformed Dinar (BASR)
National Holiday: 9 Jan (1992)
 Day of the Republika Srpksa
(St. Stephen's Day)
 Population: 1,326,991 (2013)
1,391,593 (1996)
GDP: 8.66 million BAM (2012)
Exports: €1.2 million (2012)
Imports: €2.2 million (2012)
(not including trade with the
Federation of Bosnia and
Hercegovnia or Brcko district)

Ethnic groups: Serb 88%, Bosniak 8%,
Croat 4% (2006)
Armed Forces: 6,600 (2002)
fully integrated into B-H forces from 6 Jun 2006
10,185 (2000)
Merchant marine: None (2010)
Religions: Serbian Orthodox, Muslim,
Roman Catholic
International Organizations/Treaties: None
Autonomous Regions
(1991-1992)


24 Oct 1991                Assembly of the Serbian People in Bosnia and Herzegovina formed.
                             (not recognized by Bosnia-Hercegovnia).
 9 Jan 1992                Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina (Republika Srpska Bosna
                             i Hercegovina
) declared, it is formally proclaimed 27 Mar 1992
                             (not recognized by Bosnia-Hercegovnia).
 
7 Apr 1992                S
ecession from Bosnia-Hercegovina, but not Yugoslavia, declared.
12 Aug 1992                Renamed Republika Srpska (Serbian Republic).

President of the People's Assembly
24 Oct 1991 - 28 Feb 1992  Momčilo Krajišnik                  (b. 1945)            SDS
Presidents
28 Feb 1992 - 12 May 1992  Biljana Plavšić (f)                (b. 1930)            SDS
                           + Nikola Koljević                  (b. 1936 - d. 1997)  SDS
                          
(acting)
12 May 1992 - 19 Jul 1996  Radovan Karadžić                   (b. 1945)            SDS 
                            (to 17 Dec 1992 president of the presidency)
19 Jul 1996 -  4 Nov 1998  Biljana Plavšić (f) "Iron Lady"    (s.a.)          SDS;1997 SNSRS+S
 4 Nov 1998 -  5 Mar 1999  Nikola Poplašen                    (b. 1951)            SRS
                            (removal by international High Representative, 
                             not accepted by Poplašen, enforced 2 Sep 1999)
26 Jan 2000 - 16 Dec 2000  Mirko Šarović (1st time)           (b. 1956)            SDS
                            (not recognized by High Representative)
16 Dec 2000 - 28 Nov 2002  Mirko Šarović (2nd time)           (s.a.)               SDS
28 Nov 2002 -  9 Nov 2006  Dragan Čavić                       (b. 1958)            SDS 
 9 Nov 2006 - 30 Sep 2007  Milan Jelić                        (b. 1956 - d. 2007)  SNSD
 1 Oct 2007 - 28 Dec 2007  Igor Radojičić (interim)           (b. 1966)            SNSD
28 Dec 2007 - 15 Nov 2010  Rajko Kuzmanovi
ć                   (b. 1931)            SNSD
15 Nov 2010 -              Milorad Dodik                      (b. 1959)            SNSD
 

President of the Ministerial Council
21 Dec 1991 - 22 Apr 1992  Miodrag Simović                    (b. 1952)            SDS
Prime ministers
22 Apr 1992 - 20 Jan 1993  Branko Djerić (Đerić)              (b. 1948)            SDS
20 Jan 1993 - 18 Aug 1994  Vladimir Lukić                     (b. 1933)            SDS 
18 Aug 1994 - 16 Oct 1995  Dušan Kozić                        (b. 1958)            SDS
16 Oct 1995 - 18 May 1996  Rajko Kasagić                      (b. 1942)            SDS
18 May 1996 - 31 Jan 1998  Gojko Kličković                    (b. 1955)            SDS
31 Jan 1998 - 16 Jan 2001  Milorad Dodik (1st time)           (s.a.)               SNSD + S
16 Jan 2001 - 17 Jan 2003  Mladen Ivanić                      (b. 1958)            PDP 
17 Jan 2003 - 17 Feb 2005  Dragan Mikerević                   (b. 1955)            PDP
17 Feb 2005 - 28 Feb 2006  Pero Bukejlović                    (b. 1946)            SDS 
28 Feb 2006 - 15 Nov 2010  Milorad Dodik (2nd time)           (s.a.)               SNSD
15 Nov 2010 - 
 3 Feb 2011  Anton Kasipović (acting)           (b. 1956)            Non-party
 3 Feb 2011 -
13 Mar 2013  Aleksandar Džombić                 (b. 1968)            SNSD
13 Mar 2013 -              Željka Cvijanović (f)              (b. 1967)            SNSD


Party abbreviations: PDP
= Partija Demokratskog Progresa (Democratic Progress Party, liberal conservative, christian democratic, est.1999); SDS = Srpska Demokratska Stranka (Serbian Democratic Party, Serb nationalist, est.1990); SNSD = Stranka Nezavisnih Socijaldemokrata (Party of Independent Social Democrats, Serb nationalist, social-democratic, est.2001); SNSRS = Srpski Narodni Savez Republike Srpske (Serbian People's Union of Serbian Republic, B. Plavšić personalist, moderate, est.1997); SRS = Srpska Radikalna Stranka Republike Srpske (Serb Radical Party of Serbian Republic, xenophobic, Serb-nationalist, est.1992);
- Former parties: S = Sloga ("Unity", moderate-Serb reformist coalition of SNS, SPRS, & SNSD, 1998-2000)


Brčko
[Bosnia and Herzegovina]
Map of Brcko District
Hear National Anthem
"Državna himna Bosne i
 Hercegovine" (The National
 Anthem of Bosnia and
 Hercegovina)
Hear Local Anthem
(None adopted)
Statute of Brcko District
(7 Dec 1999, amended
6 May 2008)
Capital: Brčko
Currency: Bosnian Convertible
 Marka
(BAM) 
National Holiday: 25 Nov (1943)
National Day
 Population: 93,028 (2013)
GDP: $N/A
(included in B-H figure)
Exports: $N/A
Imports: $N/A
(included in B-H figures)
Ethnic groups: Serb 46.5%, Bosniak 43.9%,
Croat 11.5% (2006)
Total Police Forces: 180 (2000)
Religions: Serbian Orthodox, Muslim,
Roman Catholic

14 Feb 1997                International arbitration panel decides to put Brčko area
                             under international supervision.
 8 Mar 2000                Brcko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina created, part of neither
                             Republika Srpska
nor Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina
                             (though for some
purposes part of both).

International Supervisors
 7 Mar 1997 -  2 Jun 2000  Robert William Farrand (U.S.)      (b. 1934)
 2 Jun 2000 - 14 Mar 2001  Gary L. Matthews (U.S.)            (b. 1938)
14 Mar 2001 - 20 Apr 2001  Gerhard Sontheim (Germany)
                             (1st time) (acting) 
20 Apr 2001 -  1 Oct 2003  Henry Lee Clarke (U.S.)            (b. 1941)
 1 Oct 2003 - 16 Jan 2004  Gerhard Sontheim (Germany)
                             (2nd time) (acting)
16 Jan 2004 -  1 Oct 2006  Susan Rockwell Johnson (f) (U.S.)  (b. 1951?)
 1 Oct 2006 -  2 Aug 2010  Raffi Gregorian (U.S.)             (b. 1964)
 2 Aug 2010 - 22 Sep 2010  Gerhard Sontheim (Germany)
                             (3rd time) (acting)
22 Sep 2010 - 21 Oct 2013  Roderick W. Moore (U.S.)           (b. 1964)
                             (suspends functions from 31 Aug 2012)
21 Oct 2013 -              Tamir G. Waser (U.S.)              (b. 1956?)


Mayors

Mar 1994 - 13 Nov 1997     Miodrag Pajić (Serb)               (b. 1950)            SDS
13 Nov 1997 - 15 Apr 1999  Borko Reljić (Serb)                (b. 1952)            SDS
15 Apr 1999 - 12 Nov 2003  Sinisa Kisić (Serb)                (b. 1954)            SPRS
12 Nov 2003 -  3 Dec 2003  Ivan Krndelj (Croat) (acting)      (b. 1959)            NHI
 3 Dec 2003 -  8 Dec 2004  Branko Damjanac (Serb)             (b. 1947)            SPRS
 8 Dec 2004 - 12 Feb 2009  Mirsad Djapo (Đapo) (Bosniak)      (b. 1953)            SDP
12 Feb 2009 - 
14 Sep 2011  Dragan Pajić (Serb)                (b. 1956)            SNSD
14 Sep 2011 - 23 Nov 2012  Miroslav Gavri
ć (Serb)             (b. 1971)            SNSD
23 Nov 2012 -              Anto Domi
ć (Croat)                 (b. 1967)            HDZ-BiH


Party abbreviations:
HDZ-BiHHrvatska Demokratska Zajednica Bosne i Hercegovine (Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatian conservative, est.1990); SDP = Socijaldemokratska Partija Bosne i Hercegovine (Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Hercegovina, multi-ethnic party); SDS = Srpska Demokratska Stranka (Serbian Democratic Party, Serb nationalist, est.1990); SNSD = Stranka Nezavisnih Socijaldemokrata (Party of Independent Social Democrats, Serb nationalist, social-democratic, est.2001); SPRS = Socijalistička Partija Republike Srpske (Socialist Party of Serbian Republic, social-democratic, est.1990);
- Former parties:
NHI = Nova Hrvatska Inicijativa (New Croatian Initiative, center-right, split from HDZ, 1998-2007)



Herceg-Bosna
 
[Herceg-Bosna flag
                1993-1996 (Bosnia-Hercegovina)]
                    28 Aug 1993 - 17 Dec 1996
 
Map of Herceg-Bosna
Hear National Anthem
 "Lijepa naša domovino"
(Our Beautiful Homeland)
Text of National Anthem
Adopted 1993
Constitution
(none)
Capital: Mostar
(seat of government: Grude
Feb 1994-Dec 1996)
Currency: Croatian Kuna
(HRK) 
Local Holiday: N/A
 Population: 169,000
(1996 est.)
GDP: $N/A
Exports: $N/A
Imports: $N/A
Ethnic groups: Croat, Bosniak
Total Armed Forces: 4,000 (1996)
Merchant marine: None (1996)
Religions: Roman Catholic, other
International Organizations/Treaties: None

18 Nov 1991                Croatian Community of Herceg-Bosna (Hrvatska Zajednica Herceg-
                             Bosna) established (not recognized by Bosnia-Hercegovina).
28 Aug 1993                Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna (Hrvatska Republika Herceg-Bosna)
                             within Bosnia-Hercegovina (not recognized by Bosnia-Hercegovina).
31 May 1994                Part of the Federation of Bosnia-Hercegovina.
17 Dec 1996                Formally disbanded.

President of the Croatian Community
18 Nov 1991 - 28 Aug 1993  Mate Boban                         (b. 1940 - d. 1997)  HDZ-BiH
Chairmen of the Presidential Council
28 Aug 1993 - 16 Feb 1994  Mate Boban                         (s.a.)               HDZ-BiH
16 Feb 1994 - 17 Dec 1996  Krešimir Zubak                     (b. 1947)            HDZ-BiH
 1 Jun 1994 - 17 Dec 1996  Ivan Bender (acting for Zubak)     (b. 1947)            HDZ-BiH

President of the Croatian Defense Council
14 Aug 1992 - 20 Nov 1993  Jadranko Prlić                     (b. 1959)            HDZ-BiH
Prime ministers
20 Nov 1993 - 16 Jun 1996  Jadranko Prlić                     (s.a.)               HDZ-BiH
16 Jun 1996 - 17 Dec 1996  Pero Marković                                           HDZ-BiH

Party abbreviation: HDZ-BiHHrvatska Demokratska Zajednica Bosne i Hercegovine (Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatian conservative, est.1990)



Western Bosnia
 
[Western Bosnia
                          (Zapadna Bosna) (Bosnia and Herzegovina,
                          1993-1995)]
                     27 Sep 1993 - 21 Aug 1994, 
                     17 Dec 1994 - 7 Aug 1995
 
Map of Western Bosnia
Hear National Anthem
Text of National Anthem
Constitution
Capital: Velika Kladuša
Currency: Bosnia and
Hercegovina Dinar (BAD)
National Holiday: N/A
 Population: N/A
GDP: $N/A
Exports: $N/A
Imports: $N/A
Ethnic groups: Bosniak, Serb, Croat
Total Armed Forces: N/A
Merchant marine: None
Religions: Muslim, other
International Organizations/Treaties: None
 
27 Sep 1993                Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia of Bosnia-Hercegovina
                             (Autonomna Pokrajina Zapadna Bosna Republike Bosne) proclaimed
                             constituent assembly in Cazinska Krajina around Velika Kladuša
                             (not recognized).
22 Oct 1993                Mutual recognition of Republika Srpska & APZB by peace agreement.
21 Aug 1994 - 17 Dec 1994  Bosnian occupation.
17 Dec 1994                Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia (restored).
26 Jul 1995                Independence proclaimed as Republic of Western Bosnia
                             (Republika Zapadna Bosna)(not recognized).
 7 Aug 1995                Dissolved by Bosnia-Hercegovina

President
27 Sep 1993 - 21 Aug 1994  Fikret Abdić "Babo" (1st time)     (b. 1939)            DNZ
                             (Bosniak)
Bosnian Military Commandant (5th Corps, in Bihać)
21 Aug 1994 - 17 Dec 1994  Atif Dudaković (Bosniak)           (b. 1953)            Mil
President
17 Dec 1994 -  7 Aug 1995  Fikret Abdić "Babo" (2nd time)     (s.a.)               DNZ

Prime minister
27 Sep 1993 - 21 Aug 1994  Zlatko Jušić (Croat)               (b. 1949)            Non-party

Party abbreviations: DNZ = Demokratska Narodna Zajednica (Democratic People's Union, right-wing, split from SDA, est.1993); Mil = Military



Socialist Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina
 
                     1944 - 31 Dec 1946 (unofficial) 
[Flag of
                            Former Bosnia-Herzegovina]
                     31 Dec 1946 - 3 Jul 1990

 2 Dec 1945                People's Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina (within Yugoslavia).
 7 Jul 1963                Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina

Secretaries of the Central Committee of the Communist Party 
(from 1952, League of Communists)
Dec 1943 - Mar 1965        Đuro (Djuro) "Stari" Pucar         (b. 1899 - d. 1979)
Mar 1965 - 1969            Cvijetin Mijatović                 (b. 1913 - d. 1993)
1969 - Apr 1978            Branko Mikulić                     (b. 1928 - d. 1994)
Apr 1978 - May 1982        Nikola Stojanović                  (b. 1933)
23 May 1983 - 28 May 1984  Hamdija Pozderac                   (b. 1923 - d. 1988)
28 May 1984 - Jun 1986     Mato Andrić                        (b. 1928)
Jun 1986 - May 1988        Milan Uzelac                       (b. 1932 - d. 2005)
May 1988 - 29 Jun 1989     Abdulah Mutapčić                   (b. 1932)
29 Jun 1989 - Dec 1990     Nijaz Đuraković (Djuraković)       (b. 1949 - d. 2012)

Chairman of the Anti-Fascist Council of People's Liberation
25 Nov 1943 - 26 Apr 1945  Vojislav "Đedo" Kecmanović         (b. 1881 - d. 1961)  KPBiH
Presidents of the Presidium of the People's Assembly
26 Apr 1945 - Nov 1946     Vojislav "Đedo" Kecmanović         (s.a.)               KPBiH
Nov 1946 - Sep 1948        Đuro "Stari" Pucar                 (s.a.)               KPBiH
Sep 1948 - Mar 1953        Vlado Šegrt                        (b. 1907 - d. 1991)  KPBiH;1952
Presidents of the People's Assembly                                                SKBiH
Mar 1953 - Dec 1953        Vlado Šegrt                        (s.a.)               SKBiH
Dec 1953 - Jun 1963        Đuro "Stari" Pucar                 (s.a.)               SKBiH
Jun 1963 - 1967            Ratomir "Rato" Dugonjić            (b. 1916 - d. 1987)  SKBiH
1967 - 1971                Džemal Bijedić                     (b. 1917 - d. 1977)  SKBiH
1971 - May 1974            Hamdija Pozderac                   (s.a.)               SKBiH
Presidents of the Presidency
May 1974 - Apr 1978        Ratomir "Rato" Dugonjić            (s.a.)               SKBiH
Apr 1978 - Apr 1982        Raif Dizdarević                    (b. 1926)            SKBiH
Apr 1982 - 26 Apr 1984     Branko Mikulić                     (s.a.)               SKBiH
26 Apr 1984 - 26 Apr 1985  Milanko Renovica                   (b. 1928 - d. 2013)  SKBiH
26 Apr 1985 - Apr 1987     Munir Mesihović                    (b. 1928)            SKBiH
Apr 1987 - Apr 1988        Mato Andrić                        (s.a.)               SKBiH
Apr 1988 - Apr 1989        Nikola Filipović                   (b. 1928)            SKBiH
Apr 1989 - 20 Dec 1990     Obrad Piljak                       (b. 1933)            SKBiH

Minister for Bosnia and Hercegovina (part of Yugoslav government)
 7 Mar 1945 - 27 Apr 1945  Rodoljub Čolaković                 (b. 1900 - d. 1983)  KPBiH
Prime ministers
27 Apr 1945 - Sep 1948     Rodoljub Čolaković                 (s.a.)               KPBiH
Sep 1948 - Mar 1953        Đuro "Stari" Pucar                 (s.a.)          KPBiH;1952 SKBiH
Chairmen of the Executive Council
Mar 1953 - Dec 1953        Đuro "Stari" Pucar                 (s.a.)               SKBiH
Dec 1953 - 1956            Avdo Humo                          (b. 1914 - d. 1983)  SKBiH
1956 - 1963                Osman Karabegović                  (b. 1911 - d. 1996)  SKBiH
1963 - 1965                Hasan Brkić                        (b. 1913 - d. 1965)  SKBiH
1965 - 1967                Rudi Kolak                         (b. 1918 - d. 2004)  SKBiH
1967 - 1969                Branko Mikulić                     (s.a.)               SKBiH
1969 - Apr 1974            Dragutin Kosovac                   (b. 1924 - d. 2012)  SKBiH
Apr 1974 - 28 Apr 1982     Milanko Renovica                   (s.a.)               SKBiH
28 Apr 1982 - 28 Apr 1984  Seid Maglajlija                    (b. 1940)            SKBiH
28 Apr 1984 - Apr 1986     Gojko Ubiparip                     (b. 1927 - d. 2000)  SKBiH
Apr 1986 - Apr 1988        Josip Lovrenović                   (b. 1929)            SKBiH
Apr 1988 - 20 Dec 1990     Marko Ceranić                                           SKBiH

Party abbreviation: SKBiH = Savez Komunista Bosne i Hercegovine (League of Bosnia-Hercegovina Communists, 1952-1990);
- former Parties: KPBiH = Komunistička Partija Bosne i Hercegovine (Communist Party of Bosnia-Hercegovina, 1945-1952, renamed SKBiH)



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