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Montenegro

DAMJANOVIC 21. 01. 2020.   >>  17:29 0

DAMJANOVIC

Amend the law in parliamentary procedure

The Law on Freedom of Religion does not have to be withdrawn, but the disputed provisions of the act should be amended in the parliamentary procedure, independent MP and Head of the Special Caucus Aleksandar Damjanovic said in an interview with the Radio Montenegro.

According to Damjanovic, the majority of Orthodox citizens does not accept the Law on Freedom of Religion. This is why it is important to have a dialogue, and who will initiate it is of less importance.
"Dialogue is a must. A basic agreement has to be concluded in the same way it was concluded with representatives of the Catholic Church and the Islamic Community in Montenegro, and a mutually acceptable solution should be reached through dialogue with the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral  here, in Montnegro” Damjanovic said.
The law, he considers, should not be withdrawn, but the disputed provisions should be amended in the parliamentary procedure.
"And the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral, I clearly heard some views, confirmed that not all solutions are bad. That some provisions, which are very bad and problematic, should be corrected and possibly that this is one way of solving them," Damjanovic said.

And if the dialogue does not happen: "It will certainly contribute to further destabilization of political circumstances in Montenegro, and will not do any good to anyone."
Processions, Damjanovic claims, are not political rallies. They are acts, he says, of the canonical church defense. In his opinion the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral Amfilohije does not interfere with politics.
"The Metropolitan is also a citizen of this state. And he has the right to express his view that if this Government does not want dialogue, and is not ready for dialogue, that Government should fall. That is his position, that is my position” Damjanovic said.

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