Montenegro

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OSCE Mission to Montenegro

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OSCE / ODIHR opens election observation mission to Montenegro (02.03.2009)

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) today opened its election observation mission for the 29 March early parliamentary elections in Montenegro. … The mission was deployed following an invitation from the Speaker of Parliament and consists of 13 international experts...

Montenegro's Vujanovic announces date of early elections (28.01.2009)

President Filip Vujanovic announced on Tuesday (January 27th) that early parliamentary elections will occur on March 29th.

Montenegro reportedly to hold elections in March (02.01.2009)

Montenegro will hold extraordinary general elections on March 29th, the Podgorica-based newspa-per Vijesti reported on Sunday (January 4th), quoting sources. According to the newspaper, the gov-ernment will convene at an extraordinary session on January 20th to discuss the issue.

Djukanovic says spring elections possible in Montenegro (29.12.2008)

Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic did not rule out the possibility of holding early parliamentary elec-tions this spring. … This would allow "the government to dedicate itself to its obligations in Monte-negro's EU integration process and to overcoming the consequences of the global economic crisis",...

Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina join Adriatic Charter (09.12.2008)

Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina took another step towards the prize of NATO membership on Thursday, when they joined the Adriatic Charter, a group of NATO aspirants formed in 2003 under a US initiative.

Montenegro won’t “sacrifice” EU over Kosovo (03.11.2008)

(Quelle: BIRN) Neither Montenegro nor Serbia should close the door on their European future because of Kosovo, Svetozar Marovic, Montenegro’s ruling party vice-president says. Montenegro will not jeopardise its European Union future over Kosovo, Marovic said, adding, "I have understood that there...

Montenegro “detains four” for war crimes (18.08.2008)

(Quelle: BIRN) Montenegro police are holding four of six former Yugoslav army members indicted for war crimes committed in 1991 and 1992 during the war in neighbouring Croatia.