The opposition Socialists approached Albania’s late-May parliamentary elections with confidence. They pointed to the ruling Democratic Party’s failures and hoped voters would base their decisions on issues rather than lingering anti-communist sentiment by MARIANNE SULLIVAN TIRANA-Scandal after scandal erupted during Albania’s electoral season as the ruling Democratic Party (PD) struggled to maintain power over the […]

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