|Intro||Bosnia and Herzegovina politician|
|From||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Birth||20 January 1975, Sarajevo, Sarajevo Canton, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Politics||Party of Democratic Action|
Aljoša Čampara (born 20 January 1975) is a Bosnian politician who currently serves as Minister of Internal Affairs of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He held various administrative posts in the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina and was Deputy Mayor of Sarajevo. Čampara is a member of the Party of Democratic Action (SDA).
Aljoša Čampara was born in Sarajevo to a very influential family. His father was Avdo Čampara, a prominent Bosniak politician and a close associate of Alija Izetbegović, a Bosniak leader during the Bosnian War. After finishing elementary school and high school, Čampara attended the Sarajevo Faculty of Law. Soon after he was employed as an associate in the Department for Personnel Issues and the Department for Protocols of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina. After that, he held a various administrative duties, he was a secretary of the Constitutional-Legal Commission of the House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HoP BiH), and later a secretary of the HoP BiH, than a secretary of the Joint Service of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, after which he was named an advisor of the Chairman of the HoP BiH, later become a member of the Legislative-Legal Commission of the HoP BiH, where he served as an external expert. Čampara was also a member of the Steering Committee of the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo. He is currently a member of the Assembly of the Islamic Community of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Ivo Komšić was elected Mayor of Sarajevo on 27 March 2013, while Čampara was elected Deputy Mayor as a Bosniak representative, along with Rako Čović, who was elected a Serb representative.