The Constitutional Court of Albania has rejected the Parliament’s request to dismiss President Ilir Meta from his post.
In a historical first, the Albanian Parliament dismissed President Ilir Meta last June for “serious violations” of the Constitution during the April electoral campaign. 105 MPs in the 140-seat parliament voted for Meta’s dismissal, 7 MPs voted against, and 3 abstained.
During the April electoral campaign, Meta accused the government of being involved in preparations to rig the elections, of colluding with criminal gangs to buy votes, and called on people to defend their vote.
The Constitutional Court has rejected the Socialists’ claims in the first draft of its ruling.
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