In Albania’s recent elections, local institutions performed their constitutional and legal duties with a previously unseen degree of professionalism by Eno Ngjela TIRANA, Albania–After a decade of headline-making election dramas, this summer’s parliamentary elections in Albania –which haven’t been completed yet–hardly made any news abroad. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said […]

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