Following widespread allegations of violence and cheating, President Sali Berisha and his Democratic Party will completely control the government and be able to pass a new constitution – unless new elections are held by FABIAN SCHMIDT TIRANA-Albania’s third post-communist parliamentary elections were marked by bloody police repression. The ruling Democratic Party used intimidation, violence, and […]

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