Rodoljub Sabic was born in 1955.
A lawyer with an LLM degree, he chose to pursue the career of an attorney-at-law. For many years he was the managing partner of a Belgrade-based law firm, which had a number of lawyers and was active in several fields of law.
He was a national deputy (Member of Parliament) and Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and served as the Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government in two Serbian Governments.
He is the author of numerous texts published in scientific and expert magazines and in daily press.
On 22 December 2004, Mr. Sabic was elected аs the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. On 5 December 2011, the National Assembly reelected him to serve as the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection in the Republic of Serbia.
For his work as the 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" in 2006, "Personality of the Year in the Fight for Freedom of the Media" (awarded by OSCE) in 2007, The Best European Award (awarded by the First European House) in 2008, the Knight of Vocation (League of Experts – LEX) in 2009, Reformer of the Year (National Alliance for Economic Development - NALED) in 2010, Award for the Contribution to the Fight Against Corruption (EU Mission and Anti-Corruption Council), "Personality of the Year" (OSCE Mission) and Honorary Member of the Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia in 2011 and Award for Contribution to Europe (European Movement in Serbia and European Movement International) in 2012, 2013. The prize for the institution with the highest level of anti-corruption Integrity (BIRODI), 2014 The prize for tolerance (awarded by Fondation Blue Danube, Goverment of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and Municipality of Backa Topola), 2015 Prize for contribution to the improvement of the human rights culture "Konstantin Obradovic" (awarded by Belgrade Centre for human rights), 2016 Charter for Civil Courage "Dragoljub Stosic" (House of Justice Strasbourg), 2016 Fine example of new optimism (New optimism), 2017 added to the list Balkan Heros (Balkan Insight), 2018 - April Award for the development of democratic values and respect for human rights (City of Sabac), Special award, 2018 (Human Rights House Belgrade)