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Alija Izetbegovic


From 1990 until 1996, this Party of Democratic Action (SDA) politician served as Bosnia and Herzegovina’s initial Chairman from the Presidency. He continuing to serve on his country’s three-member Presidency until 2000. After getting a law level from the College or university of Sarajevo, he became associated with the Youthful Muslims firm and was ultimately imprisoned for his activism. A article writer and a politician, he penned essential works entitled The Islamic Declaration (1991) and Islam Between East and Western world (1985). Delivered in Bosanski Samac, he was the boy of Bosnian Muslims Mustafa and Hiba Izetbegovic. His relationship to Halida Repovac lasted from 1949 until his loss of life in 2003; during the period of this and three various other relationships, he fathered two daughters along with a politician boy. He and Macedonian Leader Branko Crvenkovski are both prominent Bosnia and Herzegovina-born politics figures.

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Full Name Alija Izetbegović
Date Of Birth August 8, 1925
Died October 19, 2003, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Place Of Birth Samac, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Profession Politician
Education University of Sarajevo
Nationality Bosnian
Spouse Halida Repovac, Melika Izetbegovic
Children Bakir Izetbegovic, Leila Aksami, Sabina Izetbegovic
Parents Mustafa Izetbegovic, Hiba Izetbegovic
Star Sign Leo

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The Death of Yugoslavia 1995 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
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