Ministry of Justice (Serbia)

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The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Министарство правде, romanized: Ministarstvo pravde) is the ministry in the Government of Serbia which is in the charge of justice. The current minister is Maja Popović, in office since 28 October 2020.

Subordinate institutions

There are several agencies and institutions that operate within the scope of the Ministry: Directorate for Management of confiscated property Office for Cooperation with Churches and Religious Communities Administration for the Enforcement of Criminal sanctions Supreme Court of Cassation Administrative Court Misdemeanor Court of Appeal Republic Public Prosecutor's Office Economic Appellate Court War Crimes Prosecutor's Office Public Attorney's Office Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime Appellate Courts Higher Courts Basic Courts Misdemeanor Courts Economic courts Appellate Public Prosecutor's Offices Higher Public Prosecutor's Offices Basic Public Prosecutor's Offices Penitentiary institutions Judicial Academy

List of ministers

Ministers of Justice, 1945–1991

Miloš Carević (1945–1947) Živan Dimitrijević (1947–1948) Radisav Nedeljković (1948–1951) Miloš Carević (1951) Milan Popović (1951–1953) (1954–1974) Miodrag Trifunović (1974–1982) Dragoljub Ćosić (1982–1986) Dragan Šaponjić (1986–1989) Sreten Vladisavljević (1989–1991) Predrag Todorović (1991)

Ministers of Justice, since 1991

Political Party: SPS JUL DOS SPO DHSS DSS DS SNS n-p
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