Gëzim Hajdinaga

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Gëzim Hajdinaga is a Montenegrin-Albanian politician, former member of Democratic Union of Albanians.

Gëzim Hajdinaga
Member of DUA
In office
1993–2013
Mayor of Ulcinj
In office
2006–2011
Preceded byFuad Nimani
Succeeded byNazif Cungu
Minister of Human and Minority Rights
In office
14 July 2001 – 6 October 2006
Prime MinisterMilo Djukanovic
Preceded byFerhat Dinosha
Vice - Minister of Human and Minority Rights
In office
9 September 1999 – 14 July 2001
Prime MinisterMilo Djukanovic
Personal details
Born (1964-01-02) 2 January 1964 (age 57)[1]
Ulcinj, Montenegro
Political partyDemocratic Union of Albanians
Spouse(s)Florinda Hajdinaga

Personal historyEdit

Gëzim Hajdinaga was born in Ulcinj, Montenegro to an Albanian family on 2 January 1964. With profession he is electrical engineer, but most of his professional engagement he spent in politics. He is member of Democratic Union of Albanians since the formation of the party. For two terms he served as Minister for the protection of rights of national and ethnic groups in the Government of Montenegro. In 2006 he was elected as Mayor of Ulcin. He owns property in Shkodra, Albania. His father purchased the property in Shkodra in 1990 and turned it out to be a good investment. As a mayor he contributed a lot in protecting the Ottoman architecture in Ulcinj, rebuilding the Sailor's Mosque and the restoration of Çarshia.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Fuad Nimani
Mayor of Ulcinj
2006 - 2011
Succeeded by
Nazif Cungu