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OSCE Mission to Montenegro

(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Mandatiert seit: 06/06

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Montenegro and Bosnia eye historic border deal (28.08.2013)

The two countries are expected to sign a historic agreement that will finally determine the exact border between them.

Montenegro agrees reforms to depoliticise judiciary (01.08.2013)

Montenegro’s MPs voted through constitutional changes which are intended to decrease political influence over the judiciary and help the country’s EU accession bid.

Montenegrin president wins third term, opposition cries foul (08.04.2013)

Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic claimed a third term on Monday in the largely ceremonial post, but opposition allegations of election fraud could trigger instability in the tiny Adriatic republic seeking European Union membership.

Montenegro and Kosovo start demarcation process (08.11.2012)

Kosovo and Montenegro have started consultations aimed at signing the international agreement on border demarcation, a legacy of the breakup of the former Yugoslavia.

OSCE cautiously praises Montenegrin elections (15.10.2012)

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has praised the October 14 Montenegro elections as “pluralistic with respect for fundamental rights.” However, the OSCE statement said that “the abuse of administrative resources and a lack of transparency in campaign and political...

Ruling coalition wins Montenegro election (15.10.2012)

Montenegro's ruling coalition has won parliamentary elections and is set to stay in power, but fell short of an outright majority.

Europeans to observe Montenegrin election (05.09.2012)

The parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe, PACE, is to send an observers' mission to Montenegro – thus being the second international body to announce that it is monitoring the elections along with the OSCE.