The government opposition, Albania’s Centre Right Democratic Party, are seeking a revote that has caused a constitutional crisis. They have accused the government of have connections to organised crime following the release of wiretapped audio released by German tabloid Bild, implicating Prime Minister Edi Rama in election fraud involving criminal gangs. The call for re-election was then supported by President Ilir Meta who supported the election boycott and non-violent protests held by opposition despite being in the same party as Rama. The links of Edi Rama and many in government with organised crime, and a catalogue of other controversies surrounding the Prime Minister have earned him many accusations of being or behaving like a dictator. With elections rescheduled for October, allowing for a cooling off period, we will soon find out how significant the level of corruption is in Albania.