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Partia Demokristiane E Shqipërisë
The Demochristian Party of Albania
Albania
(Albanian: Partia Demokristiane e Shqipërisë, PDK) is a small Christian democratic political party in Albania.Contents1 History1.1 Timeline2 Election results 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The PDK's first election was in 1996, where it won no seats in the 140 seat Parliament but took 1.3% of the popular vote. In the following year, 1997, it won a single Assembly seat while taking 1% of the vote. Four years later, in 2001, the PDK again took 1% of the vote but failed to win an Assembly seat. The PDK was substantially more successful in 2005, when it won two Assembly seats and took 3.4% of the vote. An Extraordinary Congress of PDK held in Tirana
Tirana
on 3 June 2006 elected Nard Ndoka as chairman of PDK
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Christian Democratic Party Of Albania
The Christian Democratic Party of Albania
Albania
(Albanian: Partia Kristian Demokrate e Shqipërisë, PKD) is a small Christian democratic political party in Albania. History[edit] The party was established on 26 March 2013.[1] In the June 2013 parliamentary elections the PKD was part of the Alliance for a European Albania, led by the Socialist Party.[2] It received 0.5% of the vote, winning a single seat in Parliament.[2] In the 2017 elections the party's vote share fell to 0.2% and it lost parliamentary representation. References[edit]^ a b Christian Democratic Party of
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Municipalities Of Albania
This is a list of municipalities (Albanian: bashki) of Albania. Municipalities are the second-level administrative divisions of Albania. Prior to 2015, there were two types of municipalities in Albania: municipalities with an urban character called bashki, and municipalities with a rural character called komunë (commune). Municipalities are all divided into at least two "administrative units" (njësi administrative), which are sometimes referred to as "municipal units" or "mini-municipalities"
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Speaker Of The Parliament Of Albania
The Speaker of the Parliament of Albania
Parliament of Albania
(Albanian: Kryetar i Kuvendit të Shqipërisë), officially styled the Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Albania
Albania
(Albanian: Kryetar i Kuvendit së Shqipërisë), is the head of the Parliament of Albania
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List Of Speakers Of The Parliament Of Albania
This is a list of Speakers of the Parliament of Albania
Albania
who have served since the first constituted Parliament of 1920.[1] Parliament Speakers (1920–present)[edit]Chairmen of the AssemblyNo. Portrait Name Term in office Party1Xhemal Naipi (1887–1955) 27 March 1920 25 May 1920 Unaffiliated2Dhimitër Kacimbra (1875–????) 23 September 1920 15 November 1920 Unaffiliated3Pandeli Evangjeli (1859–1949) 21 April 1921 19 October 1921 Unaffiliated4Eshref Frashëri (1874–1938) 1922 1923 Unaffiliated5Petro Poga (1850
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Gramoz Ruçi
Gramoz Ruçi
Gramoz Ruçi
(born 6 December 1951) is an Albanian politician, serving as the head of the parliamentarian group of the ruling Socialist Party of Albania
Albania
until 2017. In September 2017, he assumed the office of the Chairman of the Parliament of Albania
Albania
for the new parliamentary session.Contents1 Early life 2 Political career 3 Personal life 4 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Ruçi was born in Salari, a village in Tepelenë
Tepelenë
District, southern Albania. He graduated in Chemistry and worked as a teacher in Progonat. There, he met his future wife, who was from the Goxharaj family. They married in 1976. From 1985, Ruçi entered politics. Political career[edit] He was named as the Labour Party's First Secretary of Tepelena District in 1988, and in 1990 he was named Minister of the Interior; however, he kept that position for only two and a half months
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List Of Members Of The Assembly Of The Republic Of Albania (2009–present)
This is a list of members of the Parliament of Albania
Parliament of Albania
following the outcome of the parliamentary election of 2009.[1]Contents1 Berat County 2 Dibër County 3 Durrës
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Leader Of The Opposition (Albania)
The Leader of the Opposition (Albanian: Kreu i opozitës) is a not official title traditionally held by the leader of the largest party not in government in the Parliament of Albania. The Leader is invariably seen as the alternative Prime Minister of Albania
Prime Minister of Albania
to the present incumbent, and heads a rival alternative government known as the Shadow Cabinet. Officeholders[edit]No. Leader Political Party Term of Office1Fan S
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Constitutional Court Of Albania
The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Albania
Albania
(Albanian: Gjykata Kushtetuese e Republikës së Shqipërisë) is the final authority for the interpretation of the Constitution (Kushtetuta) and the compliance of laws in accordance with the constitution.[2] As of article 168, the ourt guarantees respect for the Constitution and makes final interpretations of it. The Constitutional Court is composed of 9 members, which are appointed by the President (Presidenti) with the consent of the Parliament (Kuvendi).Contents1 Responsibilities 2 Chief justices 3 See also 4 References 5 External
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Supreme Court Of Albania
The Supreme Court of the Republic of Albania
Albania
(Albanian: Gjykata e Lartë e Republikës së Shqipërisë) is the highest court of Albania and is the final court of appeal in the judicial system of Albania. It is composed of seventeen judges, the Chief Justice and sixteen Members.[2] The Supreme Court is the highest court in the judicial branch of the country with its premises located in Tirana. Its main mission is to review the decisions of lower instance courts upon the appeal from one of the parties
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Administrative Divisions Of Albania
     Tiranë                         Durrës      Elbasan                      Shkodër      Vlorë                           Fier      Korçë                          Lezhë      Dibër                          Berat      Kukës       
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Counties Of Albania
The Counties of Albania
Albania
(Albanian: qark or qarqe, pronounced [caɾk] or [carcɛ]) are the primary administrative divisions of the Republic of Albania. The government structure is based on the 1998 constitution, while the reform was made effective on 31 July 2000.[1][2] The country has been divided into twelve counties. The twelve counties replaced the former districts (Rrethe)
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List Of Cities In Albania
There are 74 cities in Albania
Albania
holding the status of a city according to data by the Institute of Statistics.[1][2][3] Albania's capital and largest city is Tirana. The country's second largest city and major port is Durrës. 46 of the cities listed here govern the municipality with the same
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Nard Ndoka
Nard Ndoka was the minister of health of Albania
Albania
from March 2007 to August 2008. He started his political career with Democratic Party in the early 1990 . Now he is the leader of the Demochristian Party of Albania,[1] which is now in coalition with the Democratic Party. References[edit]^ "Albanian politician killed in car blast". The Guardian. AP. 18 June 2009. Retrieved 26 September 2010. This article about an Albanian politician is a stub
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Villages Of Albania
There are approximately a total of 2,972 villages in Albania.[1] They are listed below, grouped within 12 counties, 61 municipalities, 74 cities (towns) and 373 administrative units.Contents1 Berat
Berat
County 2 Dibër County 3 Durrës
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Albanian Presidential Election, 2007
Alfred Moisiu IndependentElected President Bujar Nishani DemocraticIndirect presidential elections were held in Albania
Albania
on 20 and 27 June,[1] 8, 11,[2] 14,[3] and 20 July,[4] the sixth such elections since the collapse of the communist regime in 1991. The President of Albania
Albania
is elected through a secret vote and without debate by the Parliament of Albania
Albania
by a majority of three-fifths majority of all its members. The Constitution of Albania
Albania
sets a limit to a maximum of two terms in office.[5] When this majority is not reached in the first round of voting, a second round takes place within seven days. If such a majority is still not reached, a third round must take place within a further period of seven days
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