Jasmin Imamović

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Jasmin Imamović (born 8 October 1957, Brčko) is a writer and politician from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is currently the Mayor of Tuzla, where he succeeded Selim Bešlagić in 2000.[1] Imamović is a member of the main board of the Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He holds a degree from Sarajevo Law School.

Acclaimed for his short stories and novels, he has published three books, titled The killing of death, Immortal deer and The adorer of a moment (Obožavatelj trena, Oboževalec trenutka) which was the third best-selling book in Slovenia in 2004.

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  1. ^ Wood, Phil; Landry, Charles (2008). The intercultural city: planning for diversity advantage. Earthscan. p. 287. ISBN 1-84407-436-6.