Albanian police arrest 50 demonstrators for assaulting public property

Albanian police on Sunday arrested 50 people for assaulting police and public property as demonstrations demanding the resignation of the government continued for the second consecutive day in the capital, Tirana..

Prime Minister Edi Rama expressed his support for the police in trying to break up the demonstrations on Saturday and denounced the behavior of demonstrators who threw stones at the police and the government building with fireworks and fireworks.

Both the US Embassy in Albania and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) denounced the violence on Monday, while the EU called on all sides to remain calm and restrained following the unrest in the country.

The opposition accuses the Rama government of corruption and its association with organized crime.

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