Albania

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Overview

The government failed to protect citizens’ personal data from a cyberattack on the country’s servers. Intimidation against journalists continued. A specialized forensic psychiatric facility was lacking to accommodate and treat patients. Roma and Egyptian people were subjected to discrimination and segregation in education. Violence persisted against women and LGBTI people. There were fears that the restructuring of the courts would make justice less accessible.

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Abolitionist for all crimes

Does not use the death penalty

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