First congress of Macedonian party in Tirana, Albania




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Published on May 10, 2009

The Macedonian Party is the political party of the ethnic Macedonian minority in Albania. It was established on 30 October 2004 under the name 'Macedonian Alliance for European Integration' and was registered as a political party on 8 June 2005.

The first congress of the party was held on 25 April 2009 in Tirana, the capital city of Albania.

The pary participated in 2007 Albanian local elections, gaining 4 councillor mandates: 1 in Trebisht and 3 in Pustec (Liqenas), and Edmond Temelko with 1.468 votes was elected as mayor of Pustec (Liqenas). The party will participe in Albanian parliamentary election, 2009.

Macedonian minority in Albania:
The Macedonians in Albania have limited freedom and human rights in compartment to the Macedonians in Greece and Bulgaria. However, there are still numerous human rights violations in Mala Prespa.
There are several organized and active associations of Macedonians in Albania, but the opportunities for political activity are small because the state does not financially support their organization. It was as late as 1993 that the first periodical in Macedonian, the journal Mir (Peace), appeared. Albanian Radio and Television still do not broadcast programs in Macedonian.

Прв конгрес на „Македонска партија во Албанија

Македонска Алијанса за Европска Интеграција Партија Мала Преспа Пустец Едмoнд Темелко Македонец Македонци Македонија мајчин македонски јазик Глобочани Горна Долна Горица, Зрновско Зрноско Леска Пустец Туминец Шулин Безмиште Церје Општина Пустец Прогун Ракицко Суец Заградец Албанија Преспа Преспанското Езеро град Корча македонско национално малцинство асимилаторска политика

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