In the Albanian judiciary’s pursuit of independence, the biggest hindrance might be the nation’s government itself by FRED ABRAHAMS ONCE EASTERN EURope’s most Stalinist regime, Albania has taken substantial steps to establish a multiparty system based on the rule of law. Since late 1990, massive reform of communist-era legislation and the judiciary has opened the […]

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