ALBANIA: A Constitution Coming

In the town of Tirana, capital of Albania, a little advertised but none the less bitter controversy was waged over the future Albanian Government. Is it to be Monarchical or Republican? That is the question which Albanian Deputies of the Constituent Assembly were discussing during the past week over their cups of Turkish coffee.

The presence of the Deputies and their wives and families caused a congestion in the capital. As they persisted in taking their families into the Assembly building, it became overcrowded and numerous cafes were turned into antechambers to hold...

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