Goran Pekarski

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Goran Pekarski was born on 1965 in Belgrade, Serbia. Discover Goran Pekarski’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

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Age55 years old
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BirthplaceBelgrade, Serbia

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Goran Pekarski Net Worth

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Timeline of Goran Pekarski


New Serbia initially supported Serbia’s Progressive-led coalition government after the 2016 election, but this arrangement came to an end in January 2017 when party leader Velimir Ilić broke with prime minister Aleksandar Vučić. Ilić’s decision precipitated a split in New Serbia, with three of its five assembly members leaving the party and continuing to support Vučić’s government. The other two New Serbia assembly members, Pekarksi and Miroslav Markićević, remained with the party and moved into opposition, joining with four other parliamentarians to create a new assembly group called New Serbia–Movement For Serbia’s Salvation. In Pekarski’s case, the move was temporary; on October 17, 2017, he left New Serbia and became a member of the Progressive Party.


New Serbia contested the 2016 Serbian parliamentary election on the Progressive Party’s Aleksandar Vučić – Serbia Is Winning list, and Pekarski was given the 248th position (out of 250) on the list. This was too low a position for direct election to be a realistic prospect, and he indeed he was not initially elected despite the list winning a majority with 131 seats. He was, however, awarded a mandate on December 9, 2016, as a replacement for New Serbia member Velimir Stanojević, who had resigned to take a government position.


Pekarski is a member of the assembly’s security services control committee, a deputy member of the European Union–Serbia stabilization and association parliamentary committee, and a member of the parliamentary friendship group with Greece.


Pekarski was born in Belgrade, then part of the Socialist Republic of Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. He is trained as an economist. In a 2011 interview, he indicated that he fought in the 1991–95 war between Serbia and Croatia and was wounded in action in 1992.


He left the DA in 2004 when it merged into the Social Democratic Party and founded a citizens’ group called “Power of Citizens,” which won three seats in Grocka in the 2004 local elections and four in the 2008 elections. For the 2012 local elections, “Power of Citizens” joined an electoral alliance led by the Socialist Party of Serbia; Pekarski appeared in the alliance’s first list position in Grocka and also received the 102nd position on the Socialist-led list for the City Assembly of Belgrade.


Pekarski joined the Democratic Party (Demokratska stranka; DS) in 1996. He was the party’s leader in Belgrade’s Kaluđerica neighbourhood and was active with the party in the municipal assembly of Grocka. He left the party in December 2000, frustrated with its lack of focus, and joined the Democratic Alternative (Demokratska Аlternativa; DA) the following year. He appeared on the DA’s electoral list for the 2003 Serbian parliamentary election; the list did not cross the electoral threshold required to win representation in the assembly.


Goran Pekarski (Serbian Cyrillic: Горан Пекарски; born 1965 ) in a politician in Serbia. He has served in the National Assembly of Serbia since 2016, originally as a member of New Serbia and subsequently with the Serbian Progressive Party.