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Zëri i Popullit

Zëri i Popullit
The Voice of People
Headquarters of Zëri i Popullit in the 1980s.
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Party of Labour of Albania (1944-1992),
Socialist Party of Albania (1992-present)
Editor-in-chief Aldrin Dalipi
Founded 25 August 1942 (1942-08-25)
Political alignment Historically Marxism-Leninism, now Social democracy
Language Albanian
Headquarters Tirana
Circulation 5,167 (2002)
Website Zëri i Popullit

Zëri i Popullit (English: Voice of the People) is an Albanian daily newspaper.


  • History and profile 1
  • Editors in chief 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History and profile

Zëri i Popullit was established on 25 August 1942[1][2] and originally edited by Socialist Party of Albania.[4][5]

The last page of Zëri i Popullit is published in English.[5]

At the beginning of the 1990s the circulation of Zëri i Popullit was 20,000 and it was the second best-selling paper in the country.[6] In 2002 the paper had a circulation of 5,167 copies in 2002.[7] Its 2005 circulation was 35,000 copies, making it the most read daily in the country.[8]

Editors in chief

This list is incomplete
  • Enver Hoxha [9]
  • Xhelil Gjoni
  • Marash Hajati
  • Namik Dokle
  • Thoma Gellci
  • Erion Braçe
  • Eva Allushi [10]
  • Dorina Hamzallari


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  3. ^ Dokumenta kryesore të Partisë së Punës të Shqipërisë I. Tiranë: Naim Frashëri. 1971. pp. 94-96.
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  7. ^ Albania-The Cost of Speech - Violation of Media Freedom in Albania, Human Rights Watch June 2002. 14 (5) (D), Appendix A
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  9. ^ “Fotoja zyrtare e Enverit fotomontazh i Gradecit” Gazeta Shqiptare Online 8 January 2013
  10. ^ Dorëhiqet si kryeredaktore e Zërit të Popullit, Eva Allushi, pas presioneve të Ramës Shqiperia

External links

  • Zëri i Popullit (Albanian)
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