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Sinan Hasani Hasani joined the Yugoslav Partisan resistance movement in 1941, during the war, and the Yugoslav Communist Party in 1942. He found himself in Nazi German captivity in 1944, and spent time in a POW camp near Vienna until the end of World War II. After the war, he attended the "Đuro Đaković party school" in Belgrade (1950–52). Later, he became leader of the Socialist Union of the Working People mass organization in Kosovo, and was from 1965 to 1967 manager of the Kosovar publishing house "Rilindja". From 1971 to 1974, he was the Yugoslav ambassador to Denmark. In 1975 he was elected Deputy Speaker of the Yugoslav Federal Assembly, and remained in that position until he became the leader of the League of Communists of Kosovo in 1982.
Sinan Hasani As an ethnic Albanian, Hasani was perceived by the wider Albanian community of Yugoslavia as highly controversial because of the continued oppressive situation of the ethnic Albanians during his leadership. He used his position to feed the interests of the Slavic majority; he was thus unsympathetic towards the architects who fought for Albanian "non-Yugoslavian" interests, mostly in Kosovo, much to the anger of the Albanians in Yugoslavia.
Sinan Hasani Hasani is also remembered for his undiplomatic deals with the leader of Albania, Enver Hoxha who in turn, through his patriotic speeches, gained a lot of support among the ethnic Albanians in Yugoslavia. Hasani had tagged Enver Hoxha "a scabby goat" (a Serbian idiom), while Hoxha called Hasani "a Serbian dog" in response to this. These events nevertheless, occurred some time before Hasani became head of presidency—Hoxha had died in 1985.
Sinan Hasani Sinan Hasani (; 14 May 1922 – 28 August 2010) was a Yugoslav novelist, statesman, diplomat and a former President of Presidency Yugoslavia, a revolving form of executive leadership which rendered him the President of Yugoslavia at the time as well. He was of Albanian ethnicity.
Sinan Hasani Hasani also wrote a number of novels in Albanian, which were translated into Serbo-Croatian and Macedonian.