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2011 Albanian opposition demonstrations

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Albanian demonstrations in Tirana 2011

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Opposition protesters call for PM Berisha to quit

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Albania - Threat of fresh protest

The 2011 Albanian opposition demonstrations were series of anti-government protests in cities around Albania following 18 months of political conflict over alleged electoral fraud by the opposition. A video surfaced which portrayed the vice-prime minister arranging a corrupt deal with the minister of economy. The public outcry over the video resulted in the resignation of the deputy prime minister. A demonstration was called by parliamentary opposition parties, which include the Socialist Party and the Unity for Human Rights Party. These were called on 21 January in order to protest the alleged corruption of the Albanian government as well as widespread unemployment and poverty in the country.
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