Montenegro

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Montenegro arrests seven war crimes suspects (05.08.2008)

(Quelle: BIRN) Montenegro police have arrested seven of the eight war crime suspects accused of taking part in the killing of 23 ethnic Albanian refugees during the conflict in Kosovo.

Vujanoviæ declares victory in Montenegro (07.04.2008)

(Quelle: B92) Incumbent Filip Vujanović has declared victory in the Montenegrin presidential election last night. At the same time, his four rivals have conceded defeat and congratulated the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) candidate on his reelection.

Ðukanoviæ returns to premiership (01.03.2008)

(Quelle: B92) Milo Đukanović has been elected to serve another term as Montenegrin PM after his predecessor resigned due to illness.

OSCE says no need to monitor Montenegrin presidential vote (18.02.2008)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) Based on preparations so far, the OSCE says it will not monitor the April 6th presidential elections. OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President Goran Lennmarker sent a letter to Parliament Speaker Ranko Krivokapic on Sunday, telling him that the latest OSCE mission...

Montenegro establishes Defence and Security Council (13.11.2007)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) A Defence and Security Council, responsible for decisions regarding the army's command, was established in Podgorica on Monday (November 12th).

Making Montenegro (02.11.2007)

(Quelle: ISN Security Watch) Montenegro finally completes its split with its former federal partner, Serbia, with the hard fought battle for the adoption of a new constitution, and the victory, though narrow, attests to the country's progress.

Pro-Serbian parties oppose Montenegro constitution (26.10.2007)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) Montenegro's first constitution -- since its independence last year -- was passed by parliament on Monday (October 22nd). After long, heated talks between the government and the opposition, the constitution won support from two-thirds of parliament, avoiding a...