The Children of the “Elected” Abandon Public Schools

Current and former Members of Parliament, as well as Ministers and former Ministers choose to.

Unexploded military ammunitions still threaten lives

In the last 20 years, 151 people have lost their lives and 851 have been.

Institutions tolerate in silence the dual employment of the security forces

The State Police and the Guard of the Republic, where dual employment is forbidden by.

Coins and risks: The harsh reality of Roma beggars in Kosovo streets

Roma children from Albania are forced to beg on the streets of Kosovo with neither.

Taxes raise the price of a poor fuel, but its tricks are revealed

Even though there is fear that the fuel price will increase up to 200 lekë.

Elbasan Municipality, tenders without race and shadows of conflict of interest

Road and drainage system works, the city’s cleanup, purchase of fruits and vegetables for kindergartens.

Friendly sentiments are not helping Albania gain more U.S. investments

In 1998 Genti Daci saw opportunity in Albania–or at least the lack of internet access.

Albania’s Hidden Diplomats: How Lobbying in America Became a Sphere of Campaign Influence

Albanian political parties last year paid nearly 30 million Albanian lekë ($277,800) to lobbying firms.

How Albanian laws allow parties to hide crucial information from voters during campaigns

In last year’s Albanian elections, a company based in the northwest city of Lezhë donated.

Albanian government continues to approve new hydropower plants despite environmental and social impact

In the Kune Vain Lagoon of northern Albania, a grim relic sinks into the past.