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Prosecutor General Requests the Lift of Former Minister's Immunity
Prosecutor General Ina Rama
TIRANA - Albania’s Prosecutor General Ina Rama has asked parliament to lift the immunity of former Defense Minister Mediu. He has been accused of abuse of post in connection with the deadly ammunition depot explosion that killed 26 persons in March. Mediu resigned two days after the March 15 disaster. Besides the deaths and injuries, the blast also destroyed or damaged some 5,500 houses, at a cost estimated at about two billion leks ($26 million; 16.6 million Euros), according to Rama.
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