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|Birth Day||December 31|
Alex Salmond Bio
Alex Salmond is a famous Politician. Alex Salmond was born in December 31, 1954 in Linlithgow, Scotland. He was a Scottish politician and the leader of the Scottish National Party. He was elected First Minister of Scotland in 2007 He has been a vocal voice against global warming, and has advocated for Scotland to be more aware of its emissions and to make efforts to develop renewable energy.
|Full Name||Alex Salmond|
|Place of Birth||Linlithgow|
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Height - How tall is Alex Salmond?
Alex Salmond is one of famous Politician born in Scotland. According to Wikipedia, IMDb and some online newspaper, Alex Salmond height currently under review. We will update the height once we complete the verification process.
In 1981, he married Moira McGlashan.
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He worked with David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, on The Edinburgh Agreement 2012.
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He became the longest-serving First Minister of Scotland in November 2012.
Net Worth (2023) - How rich is Alex Salmond?
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|Net Worth (2022)||$5 million|
|Source of net worth||Politician|
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He studied Economics and Medieval History in St. Andrews and was appointed Assistant Economist at the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland (1998).