In Albania, ten years after the fall of communism, governments are still trying to make a transition between a complete control of the country and an Occidental type of democraty.
Facilties tend to be out of use and the leaders no longer come to the expectations of the population.
In 1998, Steeve Iuncker travelled to Tirana to attend the demonstrations organized by the Democrat parti and former president Sali Berisha for the resignation from the Socialist Government. Despite the crowd on Scanderberg place, those demonstrations usually gather less than 3000 people.
Steeve Iuncker documented Tirana’s street, from the market places to the difficult life conditions in front of the ruined soviet buildings.