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Montenegro

COURT IN NIKSIC 14. 02. 2018.   >>  17:32 0

COURT IN NIKSIC

Vukcevic to return to the RTCG Council

The Basic Court in Niksic issued a provisional measure requiring Nikola Vukcevic to return to the position of a member of the RTCG Council within three days. Vukcevic's lawyer told Portal RTCG that he expects Parliament to comply with the Court's decision.

The same decision was made in the case of Goran Djurovic. The provisional measure will last until the lawful completion of the civil proceedings is completed.

The Assembly and the state have a deadline of three days to return Vukcevic to the position of a member of the Council. They also have a deadline of three days for an objection to this decision. "The objection does not delay enforcement of a court decision," the ruling states.

For non-governmental organizations CGO, CRVNO, IA and CEMI, this court decision is encouraging. They say that such judicial decisions in, as they say, an atmosphere of inevitable pressure from the ruling party, are a powerful impulse to restore confidence in the judiciary.

"The Parliament of Montenegro and its deputies can not be above the law and the court decisions. Possible obstruction of the authorities to respect the judicial decisions and laws of this state would further damage the state interests of Montenegro. Therefore, we expect that the Assembly, hence the ruling majority, urgently and consistently apply court decisions, which means stopping the process of appointing Ivan Jovetic to the place of Nikola Vukcevic in order to prevent further complicating the otherwise complex situation the system was brought into by illegal decisions of the ruling majority," said the civil sector.

They believe that Ivan Jovetic, as a member of the academic community, in such a circumstances does not want to carry a mortgage of his election and that he also will decide accordingly consistent to the public interest.

"The proceedings of the court in cases of unlawfully removed members of the RTCG Council are not only in the focus of domestic and international interest but will significantly affect the assessment of the rule of law system in the upcoming EC report on Montenegro and thus have a huge impact on the further credibility of the negotiation process,’’ the four NGOs stated.

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