EU urges surpassing political crisis in Albania

The Ambassadors of EU member states in Tirana urge a solution and a compromise for stopping the boycott of the opposition in the Parliament. Western officials send this message yesterday at the 20th anniversary of Berlin wall, in addition to the coming opposition meeting November 20.

Analysts point out that Berisha’s government can’t adopt the key laws on country reforms, needed for EU integration as well as for visa liberalization, without the opposition vote.

In order to adopt these reforms you need two third majority votes. The Albanian parliament consist of 140 Parliamentarians, 73 MP are from the government, while the rest are from the opposition.

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