|Chairman of the Constituent Assembly|
|Preceded by||Tuk Jakova|
|Succeeded by||Manush Myftiu|
|Born||February 21, 1912|
Korçë, Manastir Vilayet, Ottoman Empire
(Today Korçë County, Albania)
|Died||September 22, 1998(aged 86)|
|Political party||Party of Labour of Albania|
Ymer Dishnica was born in 1912 in Dishnicë village, 4 km away from Korçë. He took his elementary studies in Korçë, and after attended the French Lyceum in the same town which he finished in 1932. The next 8 years (1932-1941) he studied medicine in France, respectively in the University of Lyon and after that the University of Paris.
Dishnica was active during World War II, by joining the National Liberation Movement forces. He was the head of the NLM delegation in the Conference of Mukje, negotiating an unified front with Balli Kombëtar, for which he would be criticized by Enver Hoxha afterwards.
He was later expelled from the Albanian Communist Party and served as a doctor in a hospital in Tirana.
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