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At the end of 1994, about 36 million citizens, or 24 percent of the country's population, were receiving pensions, an increase of about 5 percent in the first three post-Soviet years. Volumes 22 to 37 (1933-1948) of the Survey Graphic are available online from the Internet Archive. Arban Abrashi, and Mayor of Municipality of Vushtrri Mr. In many cases these organizations receive some financing from the government bodies and the remainder is solicited through private donations, including the annual campaigns of United Way appeals.

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