|Mayor of Tuzla|
|Preceded by||Selim Bešlagić|
8 October 1957 |
Brčko, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
|Political party||Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
Jasmin Imamović (born 8 October 1957) is a writer and politician from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is currently the Mayor of Tuzla, where he succeeded Selim Bešlagić in 2000. 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.
He was re-elected as mayor of Tuzla in 2004, 2008, and again in 2012.
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.
- Wood, Phil; Landry, Charles (2008). The intercultural city: planning for diversity advantage. Earthscan. p. 287. ISBN 1-84407-436-6.
- "Jasmin Imamović pobijedio na izborima za načelnika". Klix. 6 October 2008. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
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