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The Frustrations of Albania’s Top Criminal Judge

by Bora Fezga

27 August 2010

The chief justice of the Albanian Supreme Court says that political weakness is the main drag on much-needed reform of the country’s judiciary and insists that corruption is not the massive problem the EU and others claim.

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