Parliament of Montenegro refuses to shorten its term | News

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The Parliament of Montenegro did not approve this Friday the proposal of the prime minister of that European nation, Zdravko Krivokapic, to shorten the mandate of the Legislative and hold early parliamentary elections.


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According to press media, the proposal of the head of government did not obtain the necessary votes to be approved by the 81-seat Parliament.

In opposition to the Premier's proposal, the Legislature planned to debate a motion of confidence against the Government, a resource that during the last few days received the support of one of the political forces that are part of the ruling party.

The center-left alliance called Black on White informed the legislators that the government that it previously supported no longer has sufficient support, for which it proposed the formation of a new Cabinet.

According to reports, the new Executive might not have a majority but it would get the support of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), which with 30 deputies is the main parliamentary force in that country. Media outlets report that this initiative can prosper if it obtains a simple majority of 41 votes.

According to press reports, different political forces denounce that the Black on White alliance is maneuvering to return the PDS to power, led by the current head of state, Milo Djukanovic.

Precisely this Friday, a ruling from the Constitutional Court was expected on whether Djukanovic violated the Constitution by demanding that the election of the Metropolitan of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Joanikija van Cetinje Manastir, be annulled.

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