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OSCE Presence in Albania

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Interior Minister becomes Albania's new President (11.06.2012)

After the collapse of talks between the opposition and government on a consensus candidate, parliament on Monday elected Interior Minister Bujar Nishani as the new head of state.

Albania eyes end of political logjam (16.11.2011)

Albania’s ruling Democrats and the opposition Socialists have reached a deal to extended political consensus for reforms which have been blocked by the two-year political crisis.

OSCE gives Albania two years to reform (09.09.2011)

The OSCE ambassador in Tirana says Albania has only two years to pass vital legislation before presidential and general elections again consume everyone's attention. … Since the disputed 2009 parliamentary elections Albania political climate has been tense, with violent protests in the street and...

Albania unable to hold elections, EU admits (20.07.2011)

In an unprecedented statement, EU High Representative Catherine Ashton and Enlargement Commissioner Štefan Füle lamented yesterday (19 July) the failures of the Albanian electoral system, urging the EU hopeful to undertake deep parliamentary reform.

Albania court postpones election ruling (07.07.2011)

Albania’s Electoral College delayed until Thursday a ruling in the disputed mayoral race of Tirana, after the Socialist opposition withdrew one of its two appeals challenging the narrow victory of ruling party candidate Lulzim Basha.

Albania re-evaluates ballots from disputed poll (01.06.2011)

The Central Electoral Commission has begun a recount of disputed votes from 26 ballot boxes in the Tirana mayoral race at the request of the ruling Democratic Party.

OSCE publishes report on Albanian elections (23.05.2011)

The OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights criticised the Central Elections Commission (CEC) in a report Friday (May 20th) regarding the May 8th local elections.