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Edi Rama

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Albanian Socialist Party politician who was simply elected as the 32nd Primary Minister of Albania in 2013. He previously offered as the Mayor of the town of Tirana for over ten years, during which period he spearheaded the Go back to Identification Project, which eliminated lots of the city’s illegally-constructed structures. He was created in Tirana and researched medication in Himara. He was a standout athlete as an adolescent, playing golf ball for the Albanian nationwide team. He’s an achieved painter that has kept painting exhibitions in towns like Frankfurt, Berlin and NEW YORK. He wedded his second wife, Linda Rama, this year 2010. He offers children called Gregor and Zaho. His dad can be famed sculptor Kristaq Rama. He got over for Sali Berisha as the Primary Minister of Albania.

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Full Name Edi Rama
Date Of Birth July 4, 1964
Place Of Birth Tirana, Albania
Profession Politician
Education University of Arts
Nationality Albanian
Spouse Linda Rama, Matilda Makoci
Children Gregun Rama, Rean Rama, Zaho Rama
Parents Kristaq Rama, Aneta Rama
Siblings Olsi Rama
Movies Give Me The Colors
Star Sign Cancer

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1Was elected "World Mayor 2004" in an Internet poll.
2Has been mayor of Albania's capital Tirana (for the Socialists) since 2000.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Kapital2002Short

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dammi i colori2003Documentary short producer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dear Albania2015DocumentaryEdi
Architecture + Art: Crossover and Collaboration2009Video documentaryHimself

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