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Djukanovic wins Montenegro's presidential election, avoids runoff (16.04.2018)

[…] Election authorities said on April 16 that with 97 percent of votes counted, Djukanovic won 54.1 percent, extending his almost three-decade-long dominance over Montenegro's politics.

Montenegro opposition's parliament boycott starts to fray (13.12.2017)

After boycotting parliament for more than a year over allegations of election fraud, some opposition legislators have made clear that they intend to return to their seats next week.

Amid alliance strains and Russian opposition, Montenegro officially joins NATO (05.06.2017)

Montenegro has formally joined NATO, with U.S. and Montenegrin officials sending subtle messages to Russia and the alliance’s chief trying to allay concerns about the U.S. commitment to the alliance.

Montenegro MPs back NATO treaty despite protests (28.04.2017)

Eleven years after it gained independence, Montenegrin MPs voted to join the Western military alliance - much to the outrage of the large Serbian community in the country may of whose members demonstrated outside the assembly.

Lavrov rejects claim Moscow was behind Montenegro coup plot (20.02.2017)

Lavrov on February 20 also dismissed a British media report claiming U.K. intelligence agents have concluded Moscow had given its "support and blessing" to a plot in October to assassinate then-Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic in order to undermine Podgorica's bid for NATO membership.

Chief prosecutor overrules jailing of Montenegro opposition leaders (16.02.2017)

Montenegro’s chief prosecutor, Ivica Stankovi?, issued yesterday (15 February) binding instructions to his special prosecutor not to arrest two opposition MPs, although the parliament stripped them of their immunity on charges of having participated in the plotting of a coup d’état.

Montenegrin PM resigns, suggests Russia behind alleged coup plot (26.10.2016)

Montenegro's Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has resigned, hours after suggesting that Russia was involved in an alleged coup attempt on the country's election day and accusing the opposition of collaborating with the Kremlin.

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