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Dragan Lukač was born in 1968, in Krnjeuša, the municipality of Bosanski Petrovac.
He finished primary school and Secondary Technical School in Bihać. In Banjaluka, he finished Higher School of the Interior, and then College of the Interior, as well as post-graduate studies and acquired the Master's degree in State Law science.
Over the 29 years of work experience, he has worked on various posts at the Secretariat of the Interior of the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (SI SRBiH), the Centre for Security Service (CSS) Sarajevo and CSS Bihać.
From 1992 to 2005, he worked on various posts at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska: from the post of a police officer to several managing positions. In 2005, he started working at Banja Luka City Administration, where remained until 2014. From 2015 to 2018, he performed the duties of the Minister of the Interior in the Republic of Srpska Government. During the war in 1990s, he was the commander of special police units, and was wounded on multiple occasions. He was decorated with the Medal of Miloš Obilić for Courage and the Order of Karađorđe's Star for successful command of units. Finally, he was promoted to the rank of the Colonel of the police.
He is married and father of four children. His ethnic designation is Serb.
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