The evolution of Albanian organised crime groups. What has changed since 1996? Jana Arsovska Catholic University Leuven – Belgium Department of Criminal Law and Criminology Jana.email@example.com. D evelopment of smuggling channels in Albania.
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What has changed since 1996?
Catholic University Leuven – Belgium
Department of Criminal Law and Criminology
The conception of the women:
“Many men, particularly those from the north-eastern part of the country, still followed the traditional code - the Kanun- in which women are considered to be, and are treated as, chattel. Under the Kanun, a woman's duty is to serve her husband and to be subordinate to him in all matters.’Similarly, these same sections of Albanian society view women as lesser citizens, equating them in value to “half a man” or a “dog”