Where is Aleksandar Vucic from?

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Where is Aleksandar Vucic from?

Belgrade, SerbiaAleksandar Vučić / Place of birth

Who is Aleksandar Vucic father?

Anđelko VučićAleksandar Vučić / Father

How old is Aleksandar Vucic?

52 years (March 5, 1970)Aleksandar Vučić / Age

How long is Vucic President?

President of Serbia

President of the Republic of Serbia
Seat Novi dvor (Belgrade)
Nominator political parties represented in the National Assembly
Appointer direct popular vote
Term length Five years renewable once

How tall is Aleksandar Vučić?

6′ 6″Aleksandar Vučić / Height

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What is Serbian president salary?

Member states and observers of the United Nations, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the European Union

State Head of state annual salary
Serbia 14,950 USD (President)
Seychelles 23,700 USD (President)
Sierra Leone 12,220 USD (President)
Singapore 1,442,000 USD (President)

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