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OSCE Presence in Albania

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Authorization date: 03/97

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Chaos in Tirana: protesters try to storm parliament (28.03.2019)

Supporters of the Albanian opposition tried to storm the parliament during a protest demanding the government's resignation and early elections.

Albanian opposition holds anti-government rally (21.02.2019)

Sixty-five opposition lawmakers resigned from parliament ahead of protests calling for the government to step down. The EU warned against a repeat of weekend violence and called the resignations damaging to democracy.

EU inks border deal with Albania (05.10.2018)

The EU has announced that it signed an agreement with Albania that will allow its border patrols to be present and work in that country.

Albanians prepare to vote in crucial test of EU hopes (25.06.2017)

The ruling Socialists and rival Democrats seek an outright majority in Sunday's general election to implement EU plans.

Albania resolves political crisis with election deal (18.05.2017)

Acting under diplomatic pressure, both Prime Minister Edi Rama and opposition leader Lulzim Basha have reached a deal on holding elections in which all parties will now take part.

OSCE/ODIHR opens observation mission for parliamentary elections in Albania (09.05.2017)

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) today formally opened an election observation mission for the 18 June parliamentary elections in Albania. … The mission is led by Ambassador Peter Tejler and consists of a core team of 13 experts based in Tirana and 26 long-term...

Albania faces election without opposition parties (21.04.2017)

For the first time, the opposition parties have not registered to participate in the coming general election in June, raising serious questions about its likely credibility.

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