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Participation in religious rituals now ranges from 25% to 40%, although verification is difficult to determine.
Current issues concerning human rights in Albania include domestic violence, isolated cases of torture, and police brutality, the general condition of prisons, human and sex trafficking and gay rights.
[In February 2010, the Parliament of Albania unanimously approved an all inclusive anti-discrimination law which bans discrimination in on the grounds of various characteristics, including sexual orientation and gender identity…
“But attitudes toward homosexuality have not changed much, and they have to protect themselves.”] Terpo continued, “It’s not that now, in 2007 [or 2012], there is any real difference to what we have seen before.
However the majority of Albanians I met said that Nationality is the first religion of Albania then that is followed by Islam.More recently, there are signs of economic growth and increasing investments from foreign investors.Intermittant power cuts have been reduced to the degree that Albania now exports energy.They continue to be subjected to discrimination in all walks of life, and that includes state institutions,” he adds.In the past the majority of homosexuals leaving the country tended to pass through the illegal smuggling routes that were such a familiar feature of the Balkans during the 1990s.
Basically there are not a lot of practicing Muslims. Albanians were the most helpful and kind people I met in all of eastern Europe.