Zef Brozi, 37, finished law school at Tirana University in the early 1980s, then began work as an assistant professor and part-time judge. In 1992, he was elected as a deputy of the Democratic Party from Mirdita. In September 1993, President Salt Berisha appointed Brozi, whom he considered loyal, to head the Supreme Court. Brozi […]

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