POLITICIAN

Emil Dimitriev

1979 - Today

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Emil Dimitriev (Macedonian: Емил Димитриев, born 19 March 1979) is a Macedonian conservative politician, sociologist, and general secretary of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity.Dimitriev was nominated in an interim capacity as Prime Minister of Macedonia on 15 January 2016, and he assumed office on 18 January, following the arranged pre-electoral resignation of Nikola Gruevski from the position, as part of the Przino Agreement. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Emil Dimitriev has received more than 84,914 page views. His biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia. Emil Dimitriev is the 15,262nd most popular politician, the 74th most popular biography from North Macedonia and the 30th most popular Macedonian Politician.

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Emil Dimitriev ranks 15,262 out of 15,710Before him are Harry F. Byrd Jr., Kathleen Wynne, Cynthia McKinney, Rashida Tlaib, Aleksandr Konovalov, and Jack Dalrymple. After him are Anthony Scaramucci, Rafael Guijosa, Khandu Wangchuk, Alma Zadić, Tom Mulcair, and Ian Ferguson.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1979, Emil Dimitriev ranks 568Before him are Yasuyo Yamagishi, Daniel Johns, Julien Ingrassia, Kristine Opolais, Vladimir Kozlov, and Johan Santana. After him are Mpule Kwelagobe, Jay Sean, Axel Teichmann, Jocelyn Quivrin, Tawny Roberts, and Corinne Bailey Rae.

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In North Macedonia

Among people born in North Macedonia, Emil Dimitriev ranks 74 out of 107Before him are Ninoslav Marina (1974), Cedi Osman (1995), Trajko Veljanovski (1962), Elena Risteska (1986), Gjoko Taneski (1977), and Pero Antić (1982). After him are David Babunski (1994), Vlado Ilievski (1980), Billy Celeski (1985), Vlatko Ilievski (1985), Ilija Nestorovski (1990), and Goran Popov (1984).

Among POLITICIANS In North Macedonia

Among politicians born in North Macedonia, Emil Dimitriev ranks 30Before him are Srgjan Kerim (1948), Hari Kostov (1959), Talat Xhaferi (1962), Ljubčo Georgievski (1966), Radmila Šekerinska (1972), and Trajko Veljanovski (1962).