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The President of the Republic of Kosovo (Albanian: Kryetari i Kosovës or Serbian: председник Косова) is Head of State of the Republic of Kosovo. The President of Kosovo is elected by the Assembly of Kosovo. The first post-war president, who served until his death in January 2006, was Ibrahim Rugova. His successor is Fatmir Sejdiu.

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Leaders of Kosovo (1944-Present)

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Socialist Autonomous Province of Kosovo (1944-1990)

Chairman of the People's Liberation Committee

  • Mehmed Hoxha (1 January 1944 - 11 July 1945)

Presidents of the Assembly

  • Fadil Hoxha (11 July 1945 - 20 February 1953) (1st time)
  • Ismet Saqiri (20 February - 12 December 1953)
  • Đorđije Pajković (12 December 1953 - 5 May 1956)
  • Pavle Jovićević (5 May 1956 - 4 April 1960)
  • Dušan Mugoša (4 April 1960 - 18 June 1963)
  • Stanoje Akšić (18 June 1963 - 24 June 1967)
  • Fadil Hoxha (24 June 1967 - 7 May 1969) (2nd time)
  • Ilaz Kurteshi (7 May 1969 - May 1974)

Presidents of the Presidency

  • Xhavid Nimani (May 1974 - August 1981)
  • Ali Shukri (August 1981 - 1982)
  • Kolë Shiroka (1982 - May 1983)
  • Shefqet Nebih Gashi (May 1983 - May 1985)
  • Branislav Skembarević (May 1985 - May 1986)
  • Bajram Selani (May 1986 - May 1988)
  • Remzi Kolgeci (May 1988 - 5 April 1989)
  • Hysen Kajdomçaj (27 June 1989 - 11 April 1990)

Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija (1990-1999/Present)

Provincial Coordinator

  • Momčilo Trajković (11 April 1990 - 1991)

Mayors of Pristina

  • Živojin Mitrović (1991 - 1992)
  • Novica Sojević (1992)

Prefects of Kosovo District

  • Miloš Simović (1992 - 1994)
  • Aleksa Jokić (1994 - 1996)
  • Miloš Nesović (1996 - 1998)
  • Veljko Odalović (1998 - 1999) (1st time)
In opposition to UNMIK administration
  • Andreja Milosavljević (1999 - 2000)
  • Veljko Odalović (2000 - 2001) (2nd time)
  • Jovica Filipović (12 April - 6 December 2001)
  • Dragan Velić (6 December 2001 - 28 September 2004)
  • Srđan Vasić (28 September 2004 - 8 December 2007)
  • Goran Arsić (13 December 2007 - Present)

Republic of Kosova (1990–2000)

President

  • Ibrahim Rugova (25 May 1992 - 1 February 2000) (from 5 May 1999 until 30 July 1999 in exile in Italy)

UN-administered Kosovo (1999-2009)

United Nations Administrators

Speaker of the Parliament

Presidents

Name Born-Died Term start Term end Political Party
Ibrahim Rugova 1944 - 2006 4 March 2002 21 January 2006 (died in office) Democratic League of Kosovo
Nexhat Daci (acting) 1944 - 21 January 2006 10 February 2006 Democratic League of Kosovo
Fatmir Sejdiu 1951 - 10 February 2006 17 February 2008 Democratic League of Kosovo

Republic of Kosovo (Self-proclaimed and partially recognized as independent, 2008-Present)

President

Name Born-Died Term start Term end Political Party
Fatmir Sejdiu 1951 - 17 February 2008 Incumbent Democratic League of Kosovo

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