6 October 1995 BEFORE ALBANIA’S FIRST POSTCOMMUnist elections in 1991, the press was strictly controlled to serve the interests of the governing Party of Labor. Many journalists daring to deviate from the party line were jailed or exiled. Unlike some other Eastern European countries, a samizdat or other underground press did not emerge. In 1989, […]

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