Albanian government calls no-confidence vote in president

Albanian government calls no-confidence vote in president

Albania’s governing Socialist Party has called a no-confidence vote in the president, saying it was unconstitutional for him to cancel upcoming municipal elections. A socialists’ spokeswoman said the vote would be held at Thursday’s parliamentary session. President Ilir Meta decided to cancel the June 30 municipal elections, saying he feared social tensions.

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