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EU-US warns Albania against interference at prosecutor’s office independence
The U.S. Embassy Spokesman Bix Aliu issued a statement Monday saying that “we are very troubled by the recent actions of the Minister of Justice and the Minister of Interior to interfere with the independence of the Prosecutor's Office during an on-going investigation. All cases should be fully, completely and independently investigated without any outside interference or threats to prosecutors. Respect of all independent institutions is essential for a healthy democracy.”

That was directly connected with the recent clash between the prosecutor’s office and the government on an investigation against Fazlic.

EU condemns pressure on prosecutor

Following the United States a day earlier on Tuesday European Union Ambassadors in Tirana condemned an attack launched by Prime Minister Sali Berisha against Prosecutor General Ina Rama.

"The Ambassadors of the European Union are troubled by recent developments concerning the judicial system in Albania," they said in a joint statement.

"We strongly call upon all, particularly the government, to respect the Constitutional provisions and principles of good governance, including accountability to the law."
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