Wednesday, 23 October 2002
List of Candidates
Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina 1. Dimitrije BoarovBorn in 1946.Graduated from the Faculty of Law in 1970.Journalist since 1971 (journalist, editor, contributor, columnist with numerous publications - Ekonomska politika, Nedelja, Nasa borba, Dnevnik, New Deal, Helsinska povelja, and many others)Author of three non-fiction books, essays and serials.
1. Dimitrije Boarov
Born in 1946.
Graduated from the Faculty of Law in 1970.
Journalist since 1971 (journalist, editor, contributor, columnist with numerous publications - Ekonomska politika, Nedelja, Nasa borba, Dnevnik, New Deal, Helsinska povelja, and many others)
Author of three non-fiction books, essays and serials.
Winner of the Svetozar Miletic Award.
Journalist with Vreme magazine.
2. Dr Vladimir Marko
Born in 1961.
Graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, obtained his PhD from the Faculty of Philosophy in Bratislava.
Taught since 1987 at a high school, worked as an assistant lecturer, later lecturer, at the University, been employed as a journalist and translator for the Czech, Polish, Latin and Ancient Greek languages.
Employed as Technical Assistant at the Research and Development Committee of the Vojvodina Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Government of the Republic of Serbia
1. Nadezda Gace
Born in 1950.
Graduated from the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade.
Worked since 1974 as a broadcast journalist, editor, correspondent and news analyst.
Member of numerous organisations (NUNS - Independent Journalists' Association of Serbia, Civic Initiatives, Centre for Democracy, Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies - London, Member of RTS - Serbian Broadcasting Corporation's Board of Directors.
2. Janko Baljak
Born in 1965.
Majored in Film and TV directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, won the Milo Djukanovic Prize as the best directing student of his generation.
Author of many feature films and documentaries (Zbog osnovane sumnje, Sta radis veceras, Derbi, Vidimo se u citulji), many of which won him national and international awards.
Author of dozens of TV programmes dealing with culture and the arts.
He has worked since 1995 as an assistant at the Department of Film Directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.
Executive Council of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
1. Dragana Rogavac
Born in 1960.
Graduated from the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.
Since 1982 held various positions at the Provincial Secretariat of Information.
Executive editor of Euro-regio magazine's Serbian language edition.
Participated in the drafting of the Broadcasting Act and other projects aiming to bring order to the sphere of public information, gaining a valuable insight into contemporary European media law.
2. Natalija Sasvari
Born in 1950.
Graduated from the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade with a major in journalism.
Has been a journalist since 1975 (editor-in-chief of the inter-municipal radio station, director of the Kula Information Centre, which she was obliged to leave in 1995).
Awarded several major journalist prizes of the Broadcasting Organisations' Association of Vojvodina.
Employed as marketing director at the Rodic-MB Company.
Chancellors of Universities in the Republic of Serbia
1. Professor Dr Aleksandar Todorovic
Born in 1938.
Graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade.
His career includes the following jobs: member of the Young Scientists' Organisation, engineer and head of Recording Equipment at Belgrade TV, assistant director of Belgrade TV, director of Research and Development at Belgrade TV, executive director of JRT (Yugoslav Radio and Television), senior lecturer, reader and professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.
Active in many international organisations dealing with broadcasting, telecommunications and audio-visual production.
Co-authored and contributed to many collective works and authored numerous articles and monographs published in national and foreign magazines.
Winner of several awards and prizes.
Since 2001 chairman of the Board of Directors of KOMPANY A.D., chairman of the Council of the University of the Arts in Belgrade and visiting lecturer at the Universities of New Orleans and Maribor.
2. Professor Dr Miroljub Radojkovic
Born in 1949.
Graduated and obtained his MA and PhD from the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade.
Taught at the Faculty of Law in Pristina and the Teacher Training and Technical College in Zrenjanin.
Participated in many national and international scientific and research projects (`Informing migrant workers` - UNESCO, `De-regulation of Italian Radio and Television and its impact on programme quality`, etc.)
Participated at numerous international and national scientific conferences.
Authored a large number of technical and scientific articles published both at home and abroad.
Professor at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade, head of Post-graduate Studies at the Department of Communication Science, and visiting professor at the Universities of New Delhi, Tampere, Gorizia and several universities in the United States.
Associations of journalists, professional associations of motion picture and dramatic artists and professional associations of composers in the Republic of Serbia
1. Snezana Milivojevic
Graduated from the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade, majoring in journalism.
Obtained her PhD from the University of Montenegro's Faculty of Philosophy.
Since 1980 worked as a journalist, visiting professor at the University of Massachusetts, lecturer at journalism schools, assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science and lecturer at the Alternative Academic Network.
Authored numerous monographs and produced a significant number of translations.
Participated at many international conferences.
Lecturer, author and presenter of many educational activities in the field of the media, author of articles for magazines and newspapers such as Vreme, Nasa Borba, Danas, NIN, TV mreza, VIN, etc.
Researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade.
2. Nino Brajovic
Born in 1958.
Graduated from the Faculty of Political Science.
Active in journalism since 1978 (for the magazines Politikolog, 8. oktobar, Student).
From 1983 to 1992 employed at Belgrade TV (broadcast journalist, correspondent, news analyst, editor, anchorman).
Winner of two annual awards of Belgrade TV and the annual Svetozar Markovic Award of the Journalists' Association of Serbia.
Since 1992 editor of the magazine Novinarstvo.
Co-founder of Clio publishing house.
Since 2001 president of the Journalists' Association of Serbia.
National non-governmental organisations and citizens' associations dealing predominantly with the protection of the freedom of speech, the protection of national and ethnic minorities' rights and the protection of children's rights
1. Professor Dr Vladimir Vodinelic
Born in 1948.
Graduated from the Faculty of Law in Split, obtained his MA and PhD from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade.
Co-founder and dean of the Faculty of Business Law in Belgrade.
Author of eight books and about eighty monographs and articles published in scientific magazines.
Dealing with media law for more than 25 years; in 1998, along with a group of collaborators, drafted a model Public Information Act, as well as a number of other acts dealing with publishing and information.
Guest, researcher and visiting professor at several European universities.
Professor at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade.
2. Miljenko Dereta
Born in 1950.
Majored in Film and TV directing at the Academy of Theatre, Film, Radio and Television in Belgrade.
Assisted in the making of several films.
Worked until 1991 as freelance contributor at Belgrade TV, where he directed more than a hundred programmes and a large number of dramas.
Won several awards at festivals in Yugoslavia and abroad.
One of the founders, in 1996, of Civic Initiatives, and its executive director.
Participated at many national and international conferences.
Member of the Working Group for the Future of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (the Bratislava Process). Awarded the Gold Medal of the Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs for his contribution to democratisation and the strengthening of ties between the two countries.
1. His Eminence Porfirije, Bishop of Jegar
Graduated from the Faculty of Theology in Belgrade.
Finished his theological training, i.e. obtained his MA in Athens.
Ordained hieromonk and nominated abbot of the Community of the Holy Archangel at the Monastery of Kovilj.
Ordained heigoumenos in 1996, elected Bishop of Jegar in 1999.
Noted for his television appearances, especially on Bukvar pravoslavlja (Primer of Orthodoxy).
Contributes to many theological magazines.
2. Aleksandra Sajkov
Born in 1959.
Majored in psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade.
Obtained her MA from the Department of Pastoral Psychology at the Faculty of Theology in Belgrade.
Collaborated on research projects for the marketing departments of newspapers Delo and Politika.
Headed a programme of psychological and preventative work at the Youth Centre, as well as psychotherapy groups at the Institute of Psychiatry of the University Clinical Centre.
Worked as contributor and presenter of many programmes at the Educational Programming Department of Belgrade TV, consultant and author of several Belgrade TV programmes, contributed to numerous magazines etc.
Served two terms as Deputy to the National Assembly from the ranks of the SPO (Serbian Renewal Movement).
News analyst, author and presenter of several religious programmes broadcast on Serbian TV and other TV stations.
Since September 2000 employed as psychotherapist at the Orthodox Pastoral Advisory Centre of the Archbishopric of Belgrade and Karlovci.