In Albania's general elections held on April 25th, the currently ruling Socialist Party received 48.56 percent of the votes. The Socialist Party, which sent 73 deputies to the 140-seat parliament, can establish the government alone. The coalition, including the Democrat Party (PD), the largest opposition party in the country, took 39.34 percent of the votes and finished the election in second place with 59 deputies. The Socialist Movement for Integration (LSI), which signed a pre-election coalition agreement with the Democratic Party, received 6.85 percent of the vote, 5 deputies, and the Social Democratic Party (PSD) received 2.24 percent of the vote and 3 deputies.