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Pastor Alkil Pano has presented "Advocate Albania", an initiative that brings together lawyers and people of the law, the focus of which is the family.
In this event, the well-known lawyer from the USA, Brent McBurney, communicated an important message.
In his reaction, Pano states that it is an important step in the following battle for the protection of values and the proposal of laws in full support and solidarity with children and the family.
"Dear friends! Yesterday we started the journey with the first historical event of this kind, Advocate Albania. An initiative of the Albanian Pro-Family and Life Coalition together with the Albanian People's Lawyers, lawyers and people of the law. All dedicated and fully engaged to protect the family and freedom of belief and speech in Albania.
This event with the essence of conservatism was enriched by the presence and their contribution to discussions on the issues of law, family, freedom, well-known lawyers and jurists in Albania, as well as law students. In this event, the well-known lawyer from the USA, the former CEO of Advocate International (with a network of over 60 thousand lawyers in the world) Brent McBurney Av communicated to the Supreme Court and the Department of Justice in the USA.
Together with Av Altin Goxhaj and all our friends, lawyers and lawyers, we are hopeful that we have set an important milestone in the following battle for the protection of values and the proposal of laws in full support and solidarity with children and the family" , he writes.