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Teuta Arifi (Macedonian: Теута Арифи) is a Macedonian politician of Albanian origin. On April 2013 Teuta Arifi was elected the Mayor of Municipality of Tetovo. Previous to her run for local elections, Teuta Arifi served as Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia in charge of European Affairs. Arifi was the first Albanian woman to be elected in the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia in 2002. She was subsequently re-elected as Member of Parliament in 2006, 2008, and 2011. She also holds the position of Vice-President of the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI), key political party of the Albanians in Macedonia.
12 April 2013 Elected Mayor of Municipality of Tetovo
2011 - 2013 Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs
2008 - 2011 Member of Parliament, Chair of the Committee for Foreign Affairs
2006 - 2008 Member of Parliament, Chair of the Committee for Cultural Issues
2002 -2006 Member of Parliament; Chair of the Committee for Foreign Affairs; Member of the Delegation of the Macedonian Parliament to the Council of Europe; Head of the Macedonian Parliamentary delegation to NATO;
2002- Deputy-president of the Democratic Union for Integration