A brief summary of the current situation in Albania, from the BBC:

Albanian President Ilir Meta has cancelled local elections after months of anti-government protests.

Mr Meta said the political situation in Albania would not allow for fair elections, scheduled for 30 June.


Mr Rama insists elections will go ahead as planned. For months now, Mr Rama has been at odds with the president - a former coalition ally.

Albania president cancels local elections. (2019). Retrieved from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-48571159

Can Rama, the Albanian Prime Minister, ignore the President and go ahead with the elections? Or is Meta's support required for the elections to be legal?


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