5237>by Fabian Schmidt Albania in 1998 was continuing to suffer from its harsh political polarization. The opposition Democratic Party (PD) of former President Sali Berisha continued a parliamentary boycott, which it had started the previous year, demanding the resignation of the Socialist-dominated coalition government. Ignoring calls by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe […]

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