Spiro Ksera

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Spiro Ksera (Albanian: Spiro Ksera, Greek: Σπύρος Ξέρας, Spyros Xeras) is an Albanian-born Greek politician. He is the current 'Minister of Labor, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities' of Albania.[1] He was initially a member of the Greek minority's Unity for Human Rights Party but later became a member of the Democratic Party of Albania.[citation needed]

Ksera was born in the town of Derviçan, in Dropull region and studied mechanical engineering at the University of Tirana. During the period 2005-2009 he was the prefect of Gjirokastër County, in southern Albania.[2]

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  1. ^ Albanian PM Presents New Cabinet. BalkanInsight.com
  2. ^ Spiro Ksera. Partia Dimokratike e Shiperise. (Albanian)

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