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Albania: Opposition’s protest ended without incidents

29. January 2011. | 13:29 13:48

Source: Tanjug

Protests organised on Friday by Albanian opposition, to honour the three demonstrators who lost their lives in protest a week ago, ended without violence and incidents.

Protests organised on Friday by Albanian opposition, to honour the three demonstrators who lost their lives in protest a week ago, ended without violence and incidents.

Between 7,000 and 10,000 people, according to Albanian news agency ATA’s estimation, gathered on streets of Tirana to honour victims of last week’s rally, carrying flowers and candles and followed by sound of funeral music.

Family members of victims were at the beginning of the procession, followed by the Socialist Party President Edi Rama, leaders of other opposing parties and their supporters, some of which came from other cities.

Procession walked down the central boulevard in silence, all the way to the spot where the protesters were killed and laid flowers in front of their photos, set in front of Prime Minister Sali Berisa’s office.

Several hundred police officers were guarding the building of government in front of which bloody clash occurred on January 21, between security forces and protesters, when more than a hundred persons were wounded.

The opposition requests Prime Minister Berisa’s resignation and a call for early parliamentary elections, claiming that the government is corrupted and involved in crime.

Latest developments in Albania caused concern in Brussels and Washington, and American and European officials invite leaders of chief Albanian parties to solve disputable issues and differences with a dialogue, avoiding new violence and bloodshed.


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100000 thousand people my friend not 10000


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