Damir Kajin

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Damir Kajin
Josipovic Pusic Kajin.jpg
Damir Kajin (right) with Ivo Josipović (centre) and Vesna Pusić (left)
Member of Sabor
Assumed office
7 September 1992
Personal details
Born (1957-08-28) 28 August 1957 (age 57)
Koper, PR Slovenia, FPR Yugoslavia
Nationality Croatian [1]
Religion Roman Catholic[2]

Damir Kajin (born February 3, 1962) is a Croatian politician.

Born in Koper, he grew up in Buzet.

Kajin was the Istrian Democratic Assembly (IDS) candidate in the Croatian presidential election, 2009. He won 3.87% of the vote in the first round and was eliminated.

As of January 2013 he is not a member of any party, after being expelled from IDS.[3]


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