Serbian Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic notified Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on Tuesday of his resignation, with Serbian press soon after naming Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali as his likely successor.

In his resignation, Vujovic, who has served as finance minister since August 2014 in the Serbian government, said he was doing so for personal, family and professional reasons, according to a government press release.

He wrote that, during his mandate, some of the most important results concerning “macroeconomic stabilization, fiscal consolidation and structural reforms” had been achieved.
“I think that four years are quite enough for one to hold public function,” he wrote, adding that he was willing to offer advice to the government in order to finalize reforms and the process of the European integration.

Brnabic notified the Serbian parliament about the resignation, and it will be confirmed in the first regular session. Once this happens, Brnabic has 15 days to propose a new candidate. Vujovic will remain minister until then.

Prior to being finance minister, Vujovic was minister of economy from April 27 to September 3, 2014. Enditem

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