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Montenegro

PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE 14. 06. 2018.   >>  15:13 0

PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE

Supported the Bill on President

The Parliamentary Committee on Political System, Judiciary and Administration unanimously endorsed the Bill on Rights of the President of Montenegro, which stipulates that upon the termination of the office, he/she has the right to honorary title, a remuneration and official car with the driver.

The Minister of Public Administration, Suzana Pribilovic, said that Constitutional provision that the President represents Montenegro, commands the Army, promulgates laws, announces parliamentary elections and carries out other tasks, points to the importance and reputation of the President of the state.

"By establishing full international subjectivity, restoring identity values May 21, 2006, international and domestic reputation, especially respecting and evaluating the institution of the president, points to the need for normative regulation of the issues related to providing conditions for performing the function of the president and his rights after the termination of the office" , said Pribilovic.

She said that for the first time the law regulates the function of the president.

Regarding the retroactive effect of the Proposal of the Law, Pribilovic said that the right to the honorary title of the former president derives from the status of the President of Montenegro, having regard to constitutional jurisdiction and the manner and procedure of his election.

She added that the proposed right to a remuneration of 70 percent of the earnings in the last month before the termination of office indicates the existence of public interest to preserve the integrity of the president and to show respect and state relations towards the institutions.

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