21 August 2001span> TIRANA, 21 August (Skekulli)–After Albania’s ruling Socialist Party won the parliamentary elections, its steering committee reelected outgoing Prime Minister Ilir Meta with 84 votes out of 118. Before the actual voting, Meta presented his government’s achievements and rejected the accusations that he had tried to avoid the race for the post of […]

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