Opposition rallies again to get Albanian PM to quit

Opposition supporters use light from their cellphones during an anti-government protest, calling on Prime Minister Edi Rama to step down, in Tirana, Albania, June 8, 2019. REUTERS/Florion Goga

TIRANA (Reuters) – Supporters of Albanian opposition parties rallied on Saturday to ask Prime Minister Edi Rama to quit and pave the way to fresh polls, dispersing after throwing firecrackers and flares to police who responded with water jets and tear gas. Holding posters saying “Rama Go” or “Break your neck!”, several thousand protesters rejoiced […]

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