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Ali Shukriu

Ali Shukriu
7th President of the Presidency of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia
In office
26 June 1984 – 25 June 1985
Preceded byDragoslav Marković
Succeeded byVidoje Žarković
2nd President of the Presidency of SAP Kosovo
In office
August 1981 – 1982
Preceded byXhavid Nimani
Succeeded byKolë Shiroka
2nd Chairmen of the Executive Council of SAP Kosovo
In office
June 1963 – May 1967
Preceded byFadil Hoxha
Succeeded byIlija Vakić
Personal details
Born(1919-09-12)12 September 1919
Kosovska Mitrovica, Kingdom of Serbia (in today's Kosovo)
Died6 January 2005(2005-01-06) (aged 85)
Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
NationalityYugoslav
Political partyLeague of Communists of Kosovo

Ali Shukriu (Serbian: Али Шукрија, Ali Šukrija; 12 September 1919 – 6 January 2005) was a political figure of Kosovo, during its period as an autonomous province of Yugoslavia. He served as the 2nd Chairmen of the Executive Council of SAP Kosovo from 1963 until May 1967, 2nd President of the Presidency of SAP Kosovo from August 1981 to 1982 and lastly as the 7th President of the Presidency of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia from 26 June 1984 until 25 June 1985.

Early life

Ali Shukriu was born in Kosovska Mitrovica and studied medicine at the University of Belgrade before World War II. He joined the communist movement in 1939, was arrested in 1941, but was then able to join the partisans. after the war, he studied at the Đuro Đaković high political school of Belgrade and was public prosecutor in Kosovo in 1945.[1]

Political career

Shukriu subsequently became Serbian minister of the interior and in 1950 was a member of the Serbian parliament. In his later political career, Shukriu was vice chairman of the executive council of Kosovo, and from 1963 to May 1967 succeeded Fadil Hoxha as chairman, becoming virtual prime minister of Kosovo. Following the purge of Xhavid Nimani in August 1981, he also served briefly, until 1982, as president of the presidium. Shukriu is remembered as a particularly pro-Yugoslav politician who served Belgrade loyally in the face of a rising Albanian nationalist movement.[2] In 1989 he resigned from Kosovo's political structures during the miners' strike.

Later life

Shukriu lived the rest of his life in retirement in Belgrade until his death in 2005.[3]

Succession

Political offices
Preceded by
Dragoslav Marković
President of the Presidium of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia
26 June 1984 – 25 June 1985
Succeeded by
Vidoje Žarković
Preceded by
Xhavid Nimani
President of the Presidency of SAP Kosovo
August 1981 – 1982
Succeeded by
Kolë Shiroka
Preceded by
Fadil Hoxha
Chairmen of the Executive Council of SAP Kosovo
June 1963 – May 1967
Succeeded by
Ilija Vakić

References

  1. ^ Robert Elsie (2004). Historical dictionary of Kosovo. ISBN 9780810853096. Retrieved 26 February 2011.
  2. ^ Robert Elsie (2004). Historical dictionary of Kosovo. ISBN 9780810853096. Retrieved 26 February 2011.
  3. ^ Robert Elsie (2004). Historical dictionary of Kosovo. ISBN 9780810853096. Retrieved 26 February 2011.

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