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Party for Justice and Unity

Party for Justice and Unity
Partia për Drejtësi dhe Unitet
Leader Shpëtim Idrizi
Founded September 2009 (2009-09)
Dissolved February 17, 2011 (2011-02-17)
Merged into Party for Justice, Integration and Unity
Headquarters Tirana, Albania
Ideology Advocacy of the Cham issue
Political position Centre-right
Colours Red, Black
National Assembly
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Politics of Albania
Political parties
Elections

The Party for Justice and Unity (Albanian: Partia për Drejtësi dhe Unitet, or PDU) was a political party in Albania whose primary aim is promotion of the Cham issue.

The party was created after the 2009 parliamentary elections, in September by two deputies of the Albanian parliament: the sole representative of Party for Justice and Integration, Dashamir Tahiri and Shpëtim Idrizi, a Cham MP of the Socialist Party.[1]

On 17 February 2011 it merged with the Party for Justice and Integration to form the Party for Justice, Integration and Unity.[2]

References

  1. ^ PDIU
  2. ^ http://tvklan.tv/lajmi.php?id=15268

External links

  • Official website
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