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Nermin Purić

Nermin Purić

Bosnia and Herzegovina politician
Nermin Purić
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Intro Bosnia and Herzegovina politician
Is Politician
From Bosnia and Herzegovina
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 15 May 1981
Age: 39 years
Star sign TaurusTaurus
Politics Democratic People's Union
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Biography

Nermin Purić (born 15 May 1981) is a politician in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He served in the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2010 to 2014 as a member of the Democratic People's Union (Bosnian: Demokratska narodna zajednica, DNZ).

Early life

Purić was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, then part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. He was a journalist for the Public Company Radio Television Velika Kladuša from 2001 to 2004 and a spokesperson for the Democratic People's Union from 2004 to 2006. Purić is an economist; his parliamentary biography indicates that he taught at Banja Luka College until 2009, and his LinkedIn profile indicates that he holds a master's degree in International Business Management from the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences.

Parliamentary career

Purić was elected to the House of Representatives of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (one of the two entities that makes up the country Bosnia and Herzegovina) in the 2006 general election, taking the second of two seats won by the Democratic People's Union in the Federation's first electoral division. He served in this legislature for four years.

He was elected to the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 2010 general election, again winning a seat in the first electoral division of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The only member of his party to win election to the legislature in 2010, he served in a mixed caucus that also included members of the Croatian Democratic Union 1990–Croatian Party of Rights alliance.

In October 2011, Purić was appointed to a legislative committee mandated to facilitate implementation of the European Court of Human Rights decision in the case of Sejdić and Finci v. Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The DNZ underwent a significant split in 2013, with several members joining the newly formed Labour Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Purić seems to have remained with the DNZ during this period. He was not a candidate in the 2014 general election. His LinkedIn profile indicates that he continued to work for the Bosnian parliament until 2015 and has since worked in management consulting in Austria.

Electoral record

Democratic People's Union candidate preference votes
Party Votes % Mandates
Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina 32,757 23.87 1
Party of Democratic Action 27,925 20.35 1
Democratic People's Union 14,238 10.38 1
Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 10,861 7.91
Party of Democratic Activity 10,782 7.86
Union for a Better Future of BiH 8,939 6.51
Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,080 5.89
People's Party For Work And Betterment 7,176 5.23
Croatian Coalition HDZ 1990–HSP BiH 7,123 5.19
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats 4,998 3.64
Democratic People's Alliance 1,147 0.84
Our Party–New Socialist Party 1,065 0.78
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilović 872 0.64
Bosnian Party 423 0.31
Social Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 357 0.26
Democratic Party of the Disabled 256 0.19
Party for the People of Bosnia and Herzegovina 225 0.16
Total valid votes 137,224 100.00
Party of Democratic Action candidate preference votes
Senad Šepić (elected) 13,637
Husein Nanić (incumbent) 6,924
Sanjin Halimović 6,595
Asima Husetić 4,175
Šefik Štulanović 3,286
Zejna Kadirić 2,917
Suada Dilaver 1,753
Democratic People's Union candidate preference votes
Nermin Purić (elected) 8,244
Almir Pajazetović 2,604
Emina Keserović 1,607
Nura Kekić 1,587
Safet Huskić 1,540
Vera Došenović 1,295
Jasmin Durmić 1,279
Milenko Došen 1,139

Source: Verified results of the 2010 General Election, Central Election Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina, accessed 3 October 2012 and 19 March 2016.

Party Votes % Mandates
Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina 32,757 23.87 1
Party of Democratic Action 27,925 20.35 1
Democratic People's Union 14,238 10.38 1
Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 10,861 7.91
Party of Democratic Activity 10,782 7.86
Union for a Better Future of BiH 8,939 6.51
Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,080 5.89
People's Party For Work And Betterment 7,176 5.23
Croatian Coalition HDZ 1990–HSP BiH 7,123 5.19
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats 4,998 3.64
Democratic People's Alliance 1,147 0.84
Our Party–New Socialist Party 1,065 0.78
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilović 872 0.64
Bosnian Party 423 0.31
Social Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 357 0.26
Democratic Party of the Disabled 256 0.19
Party for the People of Bosnia and Herzegovina 225 0.16
Total valid votes 137,224 100.00
Party of Democratic Action candidate preference votes
Senad Šepić (elected) 13,637
Husein Nanić (incumbent) 6,924
Sanjin Halimović 6,595
Asima Husetić 4,175
Šefik Štulanović 3,286
Zejna Kadirić 2,917
Suada Dilaver 1,753
Democratic People's Union candidate preference votes
Nermin Purić (elected) 8,244
Almir Pajazetović 2,604
Emina Keserović 1,607
Nura Kekić 1,587
Safet Huskić 1,540
Vera Došenović 1,295
Jasmin Durmić 1,279
Milenko Došen 1,139
Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina 32,757 23.87 1
Party of Democratic Action 27,925 20.35 1
Democratic People's Union 14,238 10.38 1
Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 10,861 7.91
Party of Democratic Activity 10,782 7.86
Union for a Better Future of BiH 8,939 6.51
Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,080 5.89
People's Party For Work And Betterment 7,176 5.23
Croatian Coalition HDZ 1990–HSP BiH 7,123 5.19
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats 4,998 3.64
Democratic People's Alliance 1,147 0.84
Our Party–New Socialist Party 1,065 0.78
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilović 872 0.64
Bosnian Party 423 0.31
Social Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 357 0.26
Democratic Party of the Disabled 256 0.19
Party for the People of Bosnia and Herzegovina 225 0.16
Total valid votes 137,224 100.00
Senad Šepić (elected) 13,637
Husein Nanić (incumbent) 6,924
Sanjin Halimović 6,595
Asima Husetić 4,175
Šefik Štulanović 3,286
Zejna Kadirić 2,917
Suada Dilaver 1,753
Nermin Purić (elected) 8,244
Almir Pajazetović 2,604
Emina Keserović 1,607
Nura Kekić 1,587
Safet Huskić 1,540
Vera Došenović 1,295
Jasmin Durmić 1,279
Milenko Došen 1,139
Democratic People's Union candidate preference votes
Party Results Votes % Direct mandates
Party of Democratic Action 32,907 36.25 4
Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina 16,751 18.45 2
Democratic People's Union 15,206 16.75 2
Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina–Socijaldemokrati BiH 13,462 14.83 1
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilović 2,237 2.46
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats 1,767 1.95
Evropska ekološka stranka E-5 1,537 1.69
Patriotski Blok: Bosnian Party–Social Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,283 1.41
People's Party For Work And Betterment 1,145 1.26
Pensioners' Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,126 1.24
Bosanskohercegovačka stranka prava 569 0.63
Liberal Democratic Party 484 0.53
Pokret za promjene Bosne i Hercegovine 459 0.51
Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina—Croatian Coalition: HNZ–HSP BiH 411 0.45
Politički pokret mladih Bosne i Hercegovine 351 0.39
Democratic Party of the Disabled 249 0.27
Socialist Party 212 0.23
Citizens' Democratic Party 211 0.23
Narodna bošnjaka stranka 198 0.22
Croats Together: HDZ 1990–HSS–HKDU–HDU–Demokrŝćani 159 0.18
HSP Đapić–Jurišić and the New Croatian Initiative–Koalicija za jednakopravnost 58 0.06
Total valid votes 90,782 100.00
Party of Democratic Action candidate preference votes
Senad Šepić (elected) (incumbent) 9,950
Edham Veladžić (elected) 9,615
Jasminka Durić (elected) 9,523
Ibrahim Nadarević (elected) (incumbent) 7,214
Sead Jusić 6,511
Amela Hadžić 6,287
Atif Hodžić 5,334
Jasmin Husetić 4,437
Mira Bjelac (elected to compensatory list seat) 2,439
Democratic People's Union candidate preference votes
Hafeza Sabljaković (elected) 7,905
Nermin Purić (elected) 3,717
Fatma Koštić 1,705
Dino Miljković 1,583
Husein Keranović 1,568
Edin Kekić 1,474
Raska Ćerimović 1,400
Vojo Šljivar 1,334
Mersud Topić 1,222
Jasmin Durmić 1,185
Haseba Mokni-Miljković 1,095

Source: Verified results of the 2006 General Election, Central Election Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina, accessed 12 November 2012 and 23 March 2016.

Party Results Votes % Direct mandates
Party of Democratic Action 32,907 36.25 4
Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina 16,751 18.45 2
Democratic People's Union 15,206 16.75 2
Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina–Socijaldemokrati BiH 13,462 14.83 1
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilović 2,237 2.46
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats 1,767 1.95
Evropska ekološka stranka E-5 1,537 1.69
Patriotski Blok: Bosnian Party–Social Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,283 1.41
People's Party For Work And Betterment 1,145 1.26
Pensioners' Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,126 1.24
Bosanskohercegovačka stranka prava 569 0.63
Liberal Democratic Party 484 0.53
Pokret za promjene Bosne i Hercegovine 459 0.51
Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina—Croatian Coalition: HNZ–HSP BiH 411 0.45
Politički pokret mladih Bosne i Hercegovine 351 0.39
Democratic Party of the Disabled 249 0.27
Socialist Party 212 0.23
Citizens' Democratic Party 211 0.23
Narodna bošnjaka stranka 198 0.22
Croats Together: HDZ 1990–HSS–HKDU–HDU–Demokrŝćani 159 0.18
HSP Đapić–Jurišić and the New Croatian Initiative–Koalicija za jednakopravnost 58 0.06
Total valid votes 90,782 100.00
Party of Democratic Action candidate preference votes
Senad Šepić (elected) (incumbent) 9,950
Edham Veladžić (elected) 9,615
Jasminka Durić (elected) 9,523
Ibrahim Nadarević (elected) (incumbent) 7,214
Sead Jusić 6,511
Amela Hadžić 6,287
Atif Hodžić 5,334
Jasmin Husetić 4,437
Mira Bjelac (elected to compensatory list seat) 2,439
Democratic People's Union candidate preference votes
Hafeza Sabljaković (elected) 7,905
Nermin Purić (elected) 3,717
Fatma Koštić 1,705
Dino Miljković 1,583
Husein Keranović 1,568
Edin Kekić 1,474
Raska Ćerimović 1,400
Vojo Šljivar 1,334
Mersud Topić 1,222
Jasmin Durmić 1,185
Haseba Mokni-Miljković 1,095
Party of Democratic Action 32,907 36.25 4
Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina 16,751 18.45 2
Democratic People's Union 15,206 16.75 2
Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina–Socijaldemokrati BiH 13,462 14.83 1
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilović 2,237 2.46
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats 1,767 1.95
Evropska ekološka stranka E-5 1,537 1.69
Patriotski Blok: Bosnian Party–Social Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,283 1.41
People's Party For Work And Betterment 1,145 1.26
Pensioners' Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,126 1.24
Bosanskohercegovačka stranka prava 569 0.63
Liberal Democratic Party 484 0.53
Pokret za promjene Bosne i Hercegovine 459 0.51
Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina—Croatian Coalition: HNZ–HSP BiH 411 0.45
Politički pokret mladih Bosne i Hercegovine 351 0.39
Democratic Party of the Disabled 249 0.27
Socialist Party 212 0.23
Citizens' Democratic Party 211 0.23
Narodna bošnjaka stranka 198 0.22
Croats Together: HDZ 1990–HSS–HKDU–HDU–Demokrŝćani 159 0.18
HSP Đapić–Jurišić and the New Croatian Initiative–Koalicija za jednakopravnost 58 0.06
Total valid votes 90,782 100.00
Senad Šepić (elected) (incumbent) 9,950
Edham Veladžić (elected) 9,615
Jasminka Durić (elected) 9,523
Ibrahim Nadarević (elected) (incumbent) 7,214
Sead Jusić 6,511
Amela Hadžić 6,287
Atif Hodžić 5,334
Jasmin Husetić 4,437
Mira Bjelac (elected to compensatory list seat) 2,439
Hafeza Sabljaković (elected) 7,905
Nermin Purić (elected) 3,717
Fatma Koštić 1,705
Dino Miljković 1,583
Husein Keranović 1,568
Edin Kekić 1,474
Raska Ćerimović 1,400
Vojo Šljivar 1,334
Mersud Topić 1,222
Jasmin Durmić 1,185
Haseba Mokni-Miljković 1,095
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https://www.parlament.ba/sadrzaj/poslanici/p/default.aspx?id=149&langTag=en-US&pril=b
https://www.linkedin.com/in/nermin-puric-29489415
https://www.parlament.ba/sadrzaj/domovi/predstavnicki_dom/default.aspx?id=20412&langTag=en-US&pril=b
http://izbori.ba/Finalni2010/Finalni/ParlamentBIH/Default.aspx
http://izbori.ba/rezultati/konacni/parlament_fbih/index.htm
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