Lazar Koliševski
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Lazar Koliševski

Politician + Communist + Socialist
Male
Born Feb 12, 1914
Hometown Sveti Nikole
Died Jul 6, 2000
Death Place Skopje
Nationality Macedonian

Lazar Koliševski (was a Communist political leader in Socialist Republic of Macedonia and briefly the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia closely allied with Tito.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Lazar Koliševski.

CHILDHOOD

1914 Birth Born on February 12, 1914.

TWENTIES

1941 27 Years Old 1 More Event
Later in fall of 1941 Koliševski became the Secretary of the local Committee of the Yugoslav Communist Party.

THIRTIES

1944 30 Years Old In late 1944, Koliševski was freed by the new Bulgarian government, and soon became the Chairman of the Communist Party of Macedonia (an local division of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia). … Read More
1945 31 Years Old Thanks to Koliševski's reforms, the small Republic that in 1945 was the poorest area of Yugoslavia now had the fastest growing economy. … Read More
1953 39 Years Old On 19 December 1953, Koliševski retired as the Prime Minister of PR Macedonia and assumed the office of President of the People's Assembly. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1974 60 Years Old After the Yugoslav Constitution of 1974 was passed, Koliševski grew much more influential in the Yugoslav political world. … Read More
1979 65 Years Old On 15 May 1979 Koliševski was voted by the other Presidency members to become President of the Presidency and Vice President of Yugoslavia.
1980 66 Years Old On New Years Day 1980 President Tito fell ill, leaving Koliševski in the role of acting leader in his absence. … Read More
2000 86 Years Old Died on July 6, 2000.
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