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27 Apr 2011 / 09:03
Experts warn that almost daily violent incidents between rival political gangs in the campaign could scare independent voters away from the ballot.Tirana
|Socialist Party supporters during rally | Photo by : PS|
The clashes that range from minor scuffles to exchanges of gunfire between supporters and the bombing of the home of an opposition candidate in Tirana will have negative effect on voter turnout, experts warn.
Ermira Danaj, a sociology professor at Tirana’s Marin Barleti University, notes that although campaign violence may reinforce the following of the party faithful, it may keep away the independent voters who do not line up with either feuding camp.
"Violence adds to the insecurity of undecided voters," says Danaj. "This group is affected the most by campaign violence, creating a distance between politics and the desire to be involved [in the electoral] process, which should be a moment for the expression for democracy," she adds.
Despite calls for calm from party leaders, campaign incidents have persisted, fuelling the atmosphere of uncertainty, says the coalition of local observers monitoring Albania’s local elections.
"The incidents are creating a climate of insecurity and fear which is reducing voters' trust in the electoral process," wrote the coalition in its April 11 report.
Gentian Elezi, a political science lecturer at the European University of Tirana, says campaign violence always has a direct effect on voter behaviour.
“If the public perceives that the violence is coming from one political party, that party will be punished at the ballot box," he says,"but if both [political camps] are to blame, the result will be a lower turnout on election day."
This article was made possible through the support of the National Endowment for Democracy.