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Albania’s main opposition ends parliament boycott
Cat : Democracy & H-Rights
Date : 25/12/2014                      Reader : 105

H.D.A : WE URGE EU TO SUPPORT AND PROTECT ALABANIA DEMOCRACY!!OTHERWISE FAIL OF DEMOCRACY WILL LEAD TO IMMEDIATE RETURN TO CIVIL WAR!!SERBIA IS NOT HAPPY WITH ALABANIA INDEPENDENCE CLAIMING IT IS A PART OF SERBIA!!NOT ONLY THAT,BUT ALSO MUSLIMS MUST LEAVE THE REGION BEING FOREIGNERS IN A CHRISTIAN STATE!!SERBIA IS A BARBARIC STATE BASED ON HATERED AND RACISM!!SERBS UNFORTUNATELY HAVE NAZI HEARTS WHO BELIEVE THEMSELVES AS HIGHEST RACE ON EARTH,WHILE OTHERS ARE OF LAW CLASS LIKEMUSLIMS!!SERBS NEVER REGRET GENOCIDE OF MUSLIMS ,READY TO COMMIT NEW CRIMES OF GENOCIDE!!REALLY THE MOST DANGEROUS PEOPLE ON EARTH AFTER ZIONISTS ARE THESERBS!!

 

lasvegassun     24-12-2014

 


Albania’s main opposition ends parliament boycott
 

TIRANA, Albania (AP) — Albania's main opposition Democrats have ended a four-month boycott of Parliament in a deal brokered by two European Parliament lawmakers.

The walkout by the center-right party, headed by Tirana Mayor Lulzim Basha, was triggered by a fistfight in Albania's Parliament in July when two governing Socialist lawmakers allegedly attacked a Democrat colleague.

The Democrats started their boycott on Sept. 1 to protest the incident and demand that all legislation of major significance require more than a simple majority of votes.

The impasse was overcome this week by European legislators Eduard Kukan of Slovakia and Knut Fleckenstein of Germany. Senior Democrat lawmaker Edi Paloka said Wednesday the agreement was accepted, but he provided few details.

The government, elected in June 2013, controls 84 seats in the 140-seat house.


 
 
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