Sooth Bačka Destrict

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Južnobački okrug
Јужнобачки округ
Location o Sooth Bačka Destrict in Serbie
Location o Sooth Bačka Destrict in Serbie
Kintra Serbie
CaipitalNovi Sad
 • CommissionerObrad Milošević [1]
 • Total4,016 km2 (1,551 sq mi)
 (2011 census)
 • Total607,835
 • Density151.3/km2 (392/sq mi)
Municipalities11 an 1 ceety
- Ceeties an touns16
- Veelages61

Sooth Bačka Destrict ([Јужнобачки округ, Južnobački okrug] error: {{lang-xx}}: text has italic markup (help)) is a northren destrict (okrug) o Serbie. It lies in the soothren pairt o Bačka an northren pairt o Syrmia, in the autonomous province o Vojvodina. It haes a population o 607,835. The main ceety an seat o the destrict is Novi Sad, which is an aw the caipital an the lairgest ceety o the Autonomous Province o Vojvodina.

Name[eedit | eedit soorce]

In Serbie, the destrict is kent as Južnobački okrug (Јужнобачки округ), or in official documents, the name mey an aw be spellt Južno-Bački okrug (Јужно-Бачки округ). In Croatie it is kent as Južnobački okrug; in Hungarian as Dél-bácskai körzet; in Slovak as Juhobáčsky okres; in Romanie as Districtul Bacica de Sud an in Rusyn, a Cyrillic-based script: Јужнобачки окрух.

Municipalities[eedit | eedit soorce]

The Sooth Bačka Destrict is dividit intae 11 municipalities an Ceety o Novi Sad, which is dividit intae twa urban municipalities.

The municipalities are:

Ceety o Novi Sad is dividit intae municipalities o:

Note: for municipalities wi Hungarian an Slovak relative or absolute majority names are an aw given in these leids.

Settlements[eedit | eedit soorce]

Sooth Bačka (Južna Bačka) Destrict athin Vojvodina
Map o Sooth Bačka Destrict
Ethnic map o Sooth Bačka Destrict

There are 76 touns an veelages, an 1 ceety in Sooth Bačka. The lairgest settlements in the destrict are (wi population figurs):

Ethnic groups[eedit | eedit soorce]

Destrict population is composed o:

There are 8 municipal auries wi Serbie ethnic majority: Ceety o Novi Sad (75%), Sremski Karlovci (76%), Titel (85%), Žabalj (86%), Beočin (68%), Srbobran (67%), Bačka Palanka (78%) an Temerin (64%).

Ane municipality in the destrict haes a Slovak majority: Bački Petrovac or Báčsky Petrovec in Slovak (66%), an 3 are mixed: Vrbas, wi relative Serb majority (48%), Bač, wi relative Serb majority (46%) an Bečej or Óbecse in Hungarian, wi relative Hungarian majority (49%).

Cultur[eedit | eedit soorce]

The first Serbie primary schuil wis foondit in Bečej in 1703, while the first grammar schuil wis established in Sremski Karlovci in 1791.

Novi Sad is hame tae the auldest cultural an scientific institution o the Serbie fowk - the Matica Srpska, which wis foondit in 1826 in Budapest, an transferred tae Novi Sad in 1864. The Serbian National Theatre wis foondit in Novi Sad in 1861.

Economy[eedit | eedit soorce]

Athin the destrict the follaein industries prevail: chemical, ile, machines, tuils an electrical porcelain, textile, fuid, an construction industry.

Administration[eedit | eedit soorce]

Bi the Serbie governments 2006 Regulation o the admeenistrative destricts [2] the names o aw destricts wur chyngit frae okrug (destrict) to upravni okrug (admeenistrative destrict). Destrict is gorerned bi the prefect (načelnik) who is appointit bi the central govrenment. Prefects o the South Bačka Destrict include:

  • 1962 - 19?? Nikola Stanimirović
  • 19?? - 1997: Jovo Ubibarip
  • 1997 - April 12, 2001: Obrad Milošević
  • Aprile 12, 2001 - Juin 28, 2002: Arsen Kurjački (b.1958)
  • Juin 28, 2002 - Aprile 29, 2004: Branko Bjelajac
  • Aprile 29, 2004 - November 3, 2005: Darko Mandić
  • November 3, 2005 - Julie 6, 2007: Svetlana Selaković (b.1957)
  • Julie 6, 2007 – present: Darija Šajin (b.1973)

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