Rodoljub Sabic was born in 1955.
He holds a university degree in law and has pursued the career of an attorney-at-law. For many years he was the head of a law firm with registered office in Belgrade, which had a number of lawyers and was active in several fields of law.
Mr. Sabic was a national deputy (Member of Parliament), Deputy Chairman of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-government in the Government of Serbia.
He was a member of the Commission on Reenactment of the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and the Chairman of the Sub-commission on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
He was the Chairman of the Council for Gender Equality of the Government of Serbia. He was a member of the Republic Election Commission. He coordinated and took part in a number of civil society projects focused on public administration reform, decentralization, local self-government, human rights etc.
He is the author of numerous texts published in scientific and expert magazines and in daily press.
On 22 December 2004, he was elected Commissioner for Information of Public Importance by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. For his work as Commissioner for Information, he has been commended and has received awards from the expert community and the general public. His awards include formal annual ones: "Special Charter of the Association of Serbian Journalists" (2006) and "Personality of the Year in the Fight for Freedom of the Media" (awarded by OSCE in 2007), and The Most European Award for the most European project for the project of Implementation of the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance (2008).
The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia reelected Mr. Sabic Commissioner for Information of Public Importance on 29 June 2007.