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Montenegro

ZENKA SAID 27. 01. 2020.   >>  17:18 0

ZENKA SAID

Amfilohijeis the only negotiating address

The government will not place itself between the Montenegrin and Serbian Orthodox churches nor regulate their mutual relations once the issue of church property in Montenegro, which is treated by the Law on Freedom of Religion or Belief and the Legal Status of Religious Communities, has been resolved, said the Minister for Human and Minority Rights Mehmed Zenka.

He said in an interview for Pobjedathat anyone who is dissatisfied should look for justice at the court.

Commenting on the role of Metropolitan Amfilohije during the protests due to the Law that the pro-Serbian political bloc Democratic Fronttried to organize using the church for its purposes, something the SPC (Serbian Orthodox Church) leader in Montenegro disassociated himself from and said that the protests would be organized exclusively by the church and that they would not allow any politicization or abuse, with the call to citizens who come to protest prayers and processionsnot to provoke unrest, Zenkawas convinced the fact that Amfilohijewas "still a child of Montenegro" prevailed with the Metropolitan of the Montenegro and the Littoral.

He reminded that when he came to the helm of the Ministry his first request was to "withdraw the draft law from the Venice Commission for a further work on it."

"We re-established our contacts with religious communities, starting discussions with the SPC a little later than with the others. We went through every article of the law in detail and only at the meetings with the SPC it turned out that there would be no positive outcome with them. We continued because we needed this for the overall social and cultural emancipation of Montenegro but also because the previous lawbecome obsolete,"said Zenka.

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