Nexhat Daci

Nexhat Daci[2] (pronounced [neˈdʒat ˈdaːtsi]; born June 26, 1944 in Veliki Trnovac, Bujanovac, Serbia) is a Kosovan politician. He was elected as the speaker of Assembly of Kosovo in 2001 as a member of President Ibrahim Rugova's Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK).[3] In 2006, he was ousted from the speakership due to infighting within the LDK[4] He is a member of the Assembly of Kosovo and the leader of the Democratic League of Dardania, which he founded following his unsuccessful bid to become leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo.

Nexhat Daci
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President of the Republic of Kosovo
Acting
In office
21 January 2006 – 11 February 2006
Preceded byIbrahim Rugova
Succeeded byFatmir Sejdiu
Chairman of the Assembly
In office
10 December 2001 – 10 March 2006
Preceded byHans Hækkerup (acting)
Succeeded byKolë Berisha
Personal details
Born (1944-06-26) 26 June 1944 (age 77)
Veliki Trnovac, FS Serbia, DF Yugoslavia
Political partyLDK (1989–2006, 2015–present)[1]
LDD (2007–2015)
Alma materUniversity of Bradford (UK)
University of Zagreb
Signature

Acting President of KosovoEdit

Nexhat Daci was the acting President of Kosovo from January 21, 2006 following the death of Ibrahim Rugova, to February 11, 2006 when Fatmir Sejdiu was elected president.

EducationEdit

Daci speaks English, Serbo-Croatian, German (passive) as well as his native Albanian.

He is an academic and is a member of the Academy of Science and Arts of Kosovo.

Activities and functions held, present and pastEdit

PublicationsEdit

  • School Textbooks for primary and secondary school, and University – 10 in total;
  • Scientific projects – 120 in total.

Other activitiesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dorëzohet Nexhat Daci, LDD-në e shkrinë në LDK (Video)". Telegrafi. www.telegrafi.com.
  2. ^ Albanian spelling: Nexhat Daci. Serbian spelling: Неџад Даци, Nedžad Daci.
  3. ^ "Kosovo launches historic parliament". BBC News. 2001-12-10. Retrieved 2011-01-21.
  4. ^ "Kosovo prime minister steps down". BBC News. 2006-03-01. Retrieved 2011-01-21.
Preceded by
Chairman of the Assembly of Kosovo
2001-2006
Succeeded by
Preceded by
President of Kosovo (acting)
2006
Succeeded by