Albanian society was for centuries ruled according to principles of strict loyalty and revenge. The May elections showed that the country continues to follow those traditions. by FABIAN SCHMIDT ALBANIA’S PARLIAMENTARY elections of 26 May showed that the country still is a great distance from democracy. Reasonable political discourse gets lost in polemic exchanges, mainly […]

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