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Why is Albania’s opposition lighting fires and setting off smoke bombs in parliament?

A government with seemingly unlimited power, a weak and divided opposition and a rebellious former PM accused of corruption are destabilizing Albanian politics and have led to incendiary scenes in parliament.

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