Ministry of Finance (Albania)

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Ministry of Finance
Ministria e Financave
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Department overview
Formed 4 December 1912
Jurisdiction Government of Albania
Headquarters Tirana  Albania
Minister responsible
Website Official Website
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The Ministry of Finance (Albanian: Ministria e Financave) is a department of the Cabinet of Albania, responsible for matters relating to economic policy, the central government budget, taxes, banking, security and insurance, international economic work, central, regional and local government.

Agencies[edit]

  • General Directorate of Taxation
  • General Directorate of Customs
  • General Directorate for the Prevention of Money Laundering

Officeholders[edit]

  1. Abdi Toptani (1912–1914)
  2. Filip Noga (1913)
  3. George Adamidi (1914)
  4. Sokrat Dodbiba (1943–1944)
  5. Et'hem Cara (1944)
  6. Ramadan Çitaku (1944–1948)
  7. Kiço Ngjela (1948)
  8. Abdyl Këllezi (1948–1953)
  9. Tuk Jakova (1953–1954), (1959)
  10. Abdyl Këllezi (1954–1956)
  11. Aleks Verli (1956–1974)
  12. Lefter Goga (1974–1976)
  13. Haki Toska (1976–1982)
  14. Qirjako Mihali (1982–1984)
  15. Niko Gjyzari (1984–1985)
  16. Andrea Nako (1985–1990)
  17. Qemal Disha (1990–1991)
  18. Anastas Angjeli (1991) (1998–2002)
  19. Genc Ruli (1991) (1992–1993)[1]
  20. Robert Çeku (1991–1992)
  21. Piro Dishnica (1993–1994)
  22. Dylber Vrioni (1994–1996)
  23. Ridvan Bode (1996–1997) (2005–2013)
  24. Arben Malaj (1997–1998) (2003–2005)
  25. Kastriot Islami (2002–2003)
  26. Shkëlqim Cani (2013–2015)
  27. Arben Ahmetaj (2015–present)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jeffries, Ian (1996). A Guide to the Economies in Transition. London: Routledge. p. 380. ISBN 0-415-13684-9. 

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