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New proposal to end political standoff in Albania (24.11.2010)

Albanian's Socialist opposition leader offers a proposal to end the spat over the 2009 parliamentary elections in a letter to the prime minister, as the country risks its European future over the dispute.

EU concern over political situation in Albania (15.06.2010)

EU foreign ministers have expressed their concern over the political situation in Albania, where the ruling and opposition parties have not yet found a solution to the political crisis that began almost one year ago.

OSCE sees progress in Albanian elections (23.10.2009)

Albania met most of the OSCE's recommendations in its June parliamentary elections and has made progress in terms of voter identification and registration, according to an annual report presented by OSCE Ambassador to Tirana Robert Bosch.

Albania completes mine-clearing process (08.10.2009)

Deputy Defence Minister Petrit Karabina announced on Thursday (October 8th) that Albania has cleared mines and other unexploded ordnance from its territory. He said the last land mines were removed in early October in the northeastern part of the country.

German Embassy funds mine clearing in Albania (05.10.2009)

The German Embassy in Tirana will donate 2.8m euros to Albanian authorities for a mine clearing project, the embassy announced on Friday (October 2nd).

Albania's Socialists refuse to recognise elections results (31.08.2009)

The congress of the Socialist Party (SP) adopted a resolution Saturday (August 29th) stating its refusal to recognise the results of the June 28th parliamentary elections, due to irregularities.

OSCE says elections "best ever" in Albania (23.08.2009)

OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Deputy Chairman Wolfgang Grossruck said on Friday (August 21st) that he June 28th general elections were Albania's best ever. Grossruck was in Tirana to meet with Democratic Party (DP) leader Sali Berisha, and Socialist Movement for Integration (SMI) leader Ilir Meta.