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OSCE Mission to Montenegro

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

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Montenegro adopts constitution, which is necessary for EU accession (21.10.2007)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) The Montenegrin parliament voted on Friday (October 19) to adopt a constitution reflecting the country's newly gained independence. Fifty-five lawmakers voted in favour of the bill, while 22 voted against it. According to the document, which was drafted by...

Montenegro melts tanks into scrap in UN-backed demilitarization initiative (27.07.2007)

(Quelle: UN News) Montenegro, the United Nations’ youngest member, has launched a new demilitarization initiative, ultimately aiming to slash nearly 12 thousand tons of heavy weaponry to 2,000 tonnes and cut the number of ammunition depots from 10 to three under a project co-sponsored by the...

Montenegro charges eight former Yugoslav Army officers with war crimes (08.07.2007)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) Prosecutors announced on Saturday (July 7th) that charges have been filed against eight people -- described only as active and reserve members of the former Yugoslav People's Army -- for crimes against Croat civilians and prisoners of war in the Morinje detention...

Ex-police chief wanted for crimes against humanity found in resort (18.06.2007)

(Quelle: The Independent) Montenegro police arrested a former Serbian police general yesterday who had been on the run for more than three years since being charged with murder and persecution of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo, the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal said. Vlastimir Djordjevic, Serbia's...

Montenegro grants right of passage to EU troops (11.05.2007)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) The government has formally agreed to grant the EU the right to send troops through its territory on their way to Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Montenegrin legislature starts debating new draft constitution (27.03.2007)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) Parliament on Monday (March 26th) began discussing the new draft constitution, necessitated by the country's independence from its union with Serbia last year. The deputies are expected to debate some 40 proposed amendments concerning the definitions of state,...

Montenegrin parliament approves new government (12.11.2006)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) The Montenegrin parliament voted Friday (10 November) to approve the first cabinet since the country gained independence earlier this year. 'The goals of this new government will be to continue Montenegro's path to European integration and have our citizens feel...