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Montenegro

DJUKANOVIC IN GENEVA 24. 02. 2020.   >>  17:33 0

DJUKANOVIC IN GENEVA

’We are subject to multiple attacks, from within and from the outside’’

‘’We are subject to multiple attacks, from within and from the outside, through an open coupling of the church and nationalistic actions outside of the system aimed at destroying the legal order and denying the civic and multi-ethnic character of Montenegrin state,’’ said President of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic, during his visit to Geneva.

 In his speech at the 43rd session of the Human Rights Council which is being held at the Palais des Nations, president Djukanovic emphasized the situation in Montenegro after adoption of law on Religious Freedoms.

‘’I would like to use this opportunity to speak also about an internal issue important for Montenegro. It is related to the recently adopted Law on Religious Freedoms. In a liberal way and in line with the most modern legislative standards, this Law upholds freedom of confession, regulates legal position of religious communities and guarantees the constitutional principle of separation between church and state,’’ Djukanovic said.

He reiterated that the drafting procedure took 5 years and included an inclusive dialogue with all stakeholders, including all the religious communities in the country and relevant international organizations, primarily the Venice Commission whose recommendations were fully accepted.

‘’This law replaced the law from 1977 – from the period of communist Yugoslavia. However, already in the preparation stage, and particularly after this law was adopted, Montenegro faced accusations of one religious community only and brutal media campaign led dominantly from the close neighborhood containing skillful manipulations and attempts to accuse the state of Montenegro of trying to usurp church property and change the centuries-long purpose it was used for. In addition to this, in international forums, including this one here, we could hear accusations that Montenegro was implementing discrimination policy and violating religious freedoms,’’ Djukanovic concluded.

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