European Western Balkans

EU Delegation provides conclusions on meetings of EP envoys with Albanian political leaders

TIRANA –  The Delegation of European Union to Albania on Tuesday evening  issued a press statement on behalf of the Chairman of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee ,  David McAllister, and the EP Rapporteur on Albania, Knut Fleckenstein, ATA reports.

In its statement, the EU Delegation said “the chair of Foreign Affairs Committee,  David McAllister, and the EP Rapporteur on Albania, Knut Fleckenstein, met with leaders of governing coalition and opposition and had a good discussion with them.  The two MEPs tabled proposals that included decriminalization law, the fight against narcotics, technical measures designed to improve the conduct of elections and build mutual political trust. “

The two senior EP envoys – the statement reads – “also forwarded proposals on the election date and possible pre-election government changes in order to build long-term confidence in the system.  The governing majority agreed on the proposed ideas proven that vetting is voted in parliament. Democratic Party insisted on creation of a technical government and application  of an electronic voting system for free and fair elections.”

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