Lesbian prime minister steps down

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04/09/2024

Ana Brnabic—the first woman and the first lesbian to hold the office of prime minister of Serbia, or to be a leader of any Eastern European country—has stepped down after seven years in power, in a reshuffle of President Alexander Vucic’s government, The Los Angeles Blade noted. Brnabic—who is also the longest-serving person to have held the office—will assume the role of speaker of parliament, while Vucic has named ally Milos Vucevic as her successor. She is still the most prominent LGBTQ+ person in the conservative, Eastern Orthodox country.

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