Slogans, banners and flags adorn lamposts in Tirana, Albania Thursday, June 20, 2013, ahead of the Sunday’s general elections which are considered a test for the Balkan country to shed its post-Communist legacy of troubled popular votes, as it seeks closer ties and eventual membership in the European Union. Conservative Prime Minister Sali Berisha, 68, is seeking a third term and will speak at his Democratic Party's main election rally Friday in the capital Tirana(AP Photo/Hektor Pustina)

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Slogans, banners and flags adorn lamposts in Tirana, Albania Thursday, June 20, 2013, ahead of the Sunday’s general elections which are considered a test for the Balkan country to shed its post-Communist legacy of troubled popular votes, as it seeks closer ties and eventual membership in the European Union. Conservative Prime Minister Sali Berisha, 68, is seeking a third term and will speak at his Democratic Party's main election rally Friday in the capital Tirana(AP Photo/Hektor Pustina)
Slogans, banners and flags adorn lamposts in Tirana, Albania Thursday, June 20, 2013, ahead of the Sunday’s general elections which are considered a test for the Balkan country to shed its post-Communist legacy of troubled popular votes, as it seeks closer ties and eventual membership in the European Union. Conservative Prime Minister Sali Berisha, 68, is seeking a third term and will speak at his Democratic Party's main election rally Friday in the capital Tirana(AP Photo/Hektor Pustina)
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