EU delegation urges SP-DP to begin an electoral reform in September



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The EU delegation in Albania has stated that the OSCE report on April 25th’s parliamentary elections shows that the last elections were “generally well-organized” but that they also emphasize the need to start an electoral reform that will help solve all the issues that came to light.

While pointing out the concerns raised by OSCE over the misuse of public resources or official functions by the ruling party and other public officials, the EU delegation urges the new parliament to start works in improving the legal framework in time for the next elections.

On the other hand, the EU delegation also urged competent authorities in Albania to wrap up investigations and proceedings that are dealing with claims for vote-buying, including the case of the leaked personal data and sensitive information of 900 thousand eligible voters in Tirana.



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