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While the opposition Socialist Party (SP) voted to certify the elections as legal and final, it began a boycott of the parliament in September 2009, calling for an investigation into alleged electoral fraud. Some cases of physical mistreatment were reported in prisons. Government corruption remained a serious and unresolved problem.
In June 2009 the country held parliamentary elections, which the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) described as marking progress over past elections, but not fully realizing OSCE commitments. There were reports that police severely beat and mistreated suspects during interrogation and detention.The Republic of Albania is a parliamentary democracy with a population of approximately three million.The constitution vests legislative authority in the unicameral Assembly (parliament), which elects both the prime minister and the president.This is a truly progressive city that's working hard to alleviate the Soviet block feeling that pervaded it for so long.
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