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Aldo Bumci

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Prime Minister  Sali Berisha
Preceded by  Fatmir Xhafaj
Preceded by  Edmond Panariti
Succeeded by  Enkelejd Alibeaj
Preceded by  Ferdinand Xhaferraj
Name  Aldo Bumci
Succeeded by  Visar Zhiti

Aldo Bumci

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Aldo Tonin Bumçi (born 11 June 1974) is a member of the Assembly of the Republic of Albania for the Democratic Party of Albania. He was Minister of Justice from 2005 to 2007. He is also member of Committee on Legal Affairs, Public Administration and Human Rights and Committee on European Integration.

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Early life

Bumçi was born 1974 in the Albanian capital of Tirana.

Career

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He is a member of the Albanian Parliament, serving a constituency based around the northern Albanian town of Lezhë. He was elected as a representative of the Democratic Party of Albania.

Minister of Justice

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From 2005 to 2007, he served as the country's Minister of Justice in the government of Prime Minister Sali Berisha.

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Bumçi's term as Minister of Justice was marked by the government's efforts to dismiss the Prosecutor General of Albania, Theodhori Sollaku. While generally recognized to have been an ineffective Prosecutor General and accused by the ruling coalition of links to organized crime, the proceedings against him in the Parliament were deeply flawed, eventually leading President Alfred Moisiu to issue a statement saying more time is needed to examine all the related documentation. This led to an outcry from the Democratic Party, which claimed to have investigated 83 cases of criminal action by Sollaku and reached guilty verdicts in all of them in an extraordinarily short period of time. After President Moisiu refused to decree the dismissal, Bumçi became the leading voice of the Democratic Party carrying on the fight to remove Sollaku.

Minister of Foreign Affairs

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On 4 April 2013, Bumçi was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs.

References

Aldo Bumçi Wikipedia


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