Izvor: Grad Beograd | Petak, 03.02.2006.| 19:41

Nenad Bogdanović, gradonačelnik Beograda

Rođen je 12. maja 1954. Posle završetka Matematičke gimnazije upisao se na Elektrotehnički fakultet i diplomirao 1978. godine, da bi tri godine kasnije i magistrirao.

Već dve decenije bavi se telekomunikacijama, na istraživačkim i razvojnim, a potom i na menadžerskim poslovima, najpre u "Pupinu", a zatim i u drugim firmama iz ove oblasti. Godine 1989. imenovan je za direktora zajedničkog ulaganja kompanije GTE Telecomunications i EI Pupin. Dve godine kasnije postao je komercijalni direktor, da bi od 1996. bio i generalni menadžer mešovitog preduzeća "Alkatel Pupin Jugoslavija".

Od 1992. član je Demokratske stranke, koja ga je već 1993. izabrala za predsednika zemunskog odbora, potom potpredsednika Gradskog odbora i poverenika za Beograd. Bio je i potpredsednik ekspertske "Vlade za Beograd" DS i GSS u periodu do septembra 2000. i predsednik Gradskog odbora Beograd Demokratske stranke do 2004. Trenutno je potpredsednik Demokratske stranke i poslanik u Narodnoj skupštini Srbije.

Teška i odgovorna funkcija premijera u novoj gradskoj vladi nije mogla da ga mimoiđe posle septembarskih izbora. Najpre je, kao šef Izbornog štaba DOS u Beogradu, doveo ovu koaliciju do ubedljive pobede na gradskom nivou. Potom je, kao šef Kriznog štaba grada, "uspešno držao konce anarhičnog postrevolucionarnog Beograda", kako je zapisano u prvoj biografskoj novinskoj crtici posle njegovog izbora. Prijatelji i saradnici, ali i politički protivnici, opisuju ga kao promišljenog, suzdržanog, preciznog i veoma energičnog čoveka. Od 2000. do 2004. bio je predsednik Izvršnog odbora Skupštine grada Beograda.

Autor je više od 15 stručnih i naučnih radova, a dobitnik je i nagrade 'Najevropski projekat 2005' za projekte obnove i ulepšavanja Beograda.

Otac je dvoje dece, ćerke Milice i sina Matije.

Nenad Bogdanović je preminuo 27.09.2007, posle duge i teške bolesti.

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Born on May 12, 1954. After graduating from the Secondary School of Mathematics, he entered the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and graduated in 1978, and won his master’s degree three years later.

For two decades now, he has been engaged in telecommunications, first on research and development and, later on, on managerial jobs as well, first in "Pupin", and then in other companies engaged in this field. In 1989, he was appointed Director of the joint venture of Messrs. GTE Telecommunications and EI Pupin. Two years later, he became the Commercial Manager and, as of 1996, he has been the General Manager of the mixed company "Alkatel Pupin Jugoslavija".

As of 1992, a member of the Democratic Party (DP), which elected him the Chairman of Zemun Board as early as 1993, thereafter the Vice Chairman of the City Board and the commissioner for Belgrade. Currently, he is an MP in the National Parliament of Serbia.

The difficult and responsible function of the premier in the new City government could not leave him out after the September elections. First, as the Chairman of the Election Board of DOS in Belgrade, he made this coalition score a convincing victory at the city level. Thereafter, as the Manager of the Crisis Center of the City, "he successfully pulled the strings of the anarchic post-revolutionary Belgrade", as it was noted in the first biographical newspaper article after his election.

He learnt the ropes of city management in the past three years as a vice chairman of the expert "Government for Belgrade" of DP and Civic Alliance of Serbia. His friends and associates, but his political adversaries as well, describe him as a prudent, controlled, very accurate, and very energetic man.

A father of two.

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