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OSCE Mission to Montenegro

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

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OSCE poll finds decentralisation successful (16.10.2006)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) Overall, decentralisation in Macedonia is being implemented successfully, without difficulties in most areas, according to mayors surveyed in a new poll by the OSCE monitoring mission. … The OSCE poll was aimed at determining the results of the transfer of...

Montenegrin president launches political consultations on new cabinet (09.10.2006)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) President Filip Vujanovic began consultations Monday (October 9th) with the parliamentary parties, aimed at naming a new prime minister-designate and forming a new government. After Vujanovic gives the mandate to a premier-designate, parliament has 60 days to vote...

Veteran PM 'to quit' (03.10.2006)

(Quelle: BBC) Montenegrin PM Milo Djukanovic, who led his country to independence, is to resign after 15 years in power, the country's president has said. The move comes despite his coalition's election victory last month.

Montenegro resumes talks on SAA accord with EU (26.09.2006)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) The third official round of negotiations on a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with the EU began in Podgorica on Tuesday (26 September). SAA talks had been suspended while Montenegro was part of a state union with Serbia, but the newly independent...

A win for PM's coalition (19.09.2006)

(Quelle: ISN Security Watch) The Montenegrin ruling coalition, headed by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic achieved a sweeping victory in the 10 September parliamentary election by winning an absolute majority. According to preliminary results, the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists and the Social...

Montenegro PM claims poll victory (11.09.2006)

(Quelle: BBC) Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has claimed victory in the country's first general election since independence was declared in May. Mr Djukanovic said his party had won an absolute majority in a 'triumph of pro-European policy in Montenegro'. The official results have not...

Montenegro seeks ODIHR election observers (06.08.2006)

(Quelle: Southeast European Times) Foreign Minister Miodrag Vlahovic asked the OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) to send observers to next month's parliamentary elections, the newspaper Pobeda reported on Saturday (5 August). … Both parliamentary and local...