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he was an Albanian immigrant who at 16 was living in Kosovo during the war and fled with nowhere to go. The waiter is fearful given the current climate on immigration and did not want his name used or his photo posted.He told the former President how his dad and other family members were tortured as they lived in the hills. The majority of the restaurant staff is from Albania and the Clinton's spent time after dinner shaking the hands of the waiters and others who worked there.In his final public appearance, the Albanian dictator Enver Hoxha addressed a Tirana crowd to commemorate the capital’s liberation from German invaders on the 28 November 1944.The Hoxha who had entered the city as a communist partisan was now a weak old man.Albania, as a whole, is considered to be rather conservative, especially in public reactions regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights and visibility of LGBT people; however, anti-discrimination legislation have made ILGA-Europe regard Albania as one of a very few countries in Europe which explicitly bans discrimination on the grounds of gender identity. 12 to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, moreover Albania was a signatory to the 2007 UN Declaration on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.The People's Socialist Republic of Albania penalized same-sex sexual intercourse with long prison terms, bullying and ostracism.
If not for you, I wouldn't be alive today." The waiter told Bill and Hillary a harrowing tale ... President Clinton became emotional, grabbed the man's hands and wept.
In a characteristically rousing sign-off, lip-synced over a pre-recorded speech, he urged those gathered to safeguard all that we have achieved like the apple of our eye and take these achievements even further, so that future generations will inherit a stronger Albania, a Red Albania, red like the eternal fire burning in partisan and communist ideals, an Albania that will live and prosper for centuries to come.
The Albania Hoxha had promised 40 years earlier did not exist. What the Albanian people were left with was best described as a nightmarish caricature of Stalin’s Soviet Union, a carbon copy of Stalinist oppression, crammed within the borders of a small country.
However the Family Code of the Republic of Albania clearly defines marriage between a man and a woman.
Decriminalization Albania legalised same-sex relations on 20 January 1995.When Hoxha died on the 11 April 1985, Albania was the third poorest country in the world, with a per capita income of per month.