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Montenegro

ĐUKANOVIĆ ON THE LAW 18. 05. 2020.   >>  16:04 0

ĐUKANOVIĆ ON THE LAW

We will return what was taken no matter how much someone objected

Everything that was taken from Montenegro will again be owned by the state, no matter how much someone opposes it, said President Milo Djukanovic. President Djukanovic says that the accusations that he has any role in the arrest and detention of priests and bishop Joanikije are just simple insinuations.

Commenting on the consequences of the adoption of the Law on Freedom of Religion, he said that the essential dilemma around that act is whether Montenegro should improve the rule of law.

"Should Montenegro harmonize regulations with EU standards with new laws, replace laws that are almost half a century old, I think the answer is - YES," said the president in Cetinje.

"Should Montenegro give up such a need whenever a part of the society rebels, the answer is NO," said Djukanovic, adding that Montenegro needs the law and that is why it was passed.

The law, says the president, opened many questions, some of which came up to the surface. That is a question of property, where the state faced resistance from the Serbian Orthodox Church.

"May everything that someone legally acquired in Montenegro do them good." Everything that was taken from Montenegro will again be owned by the state of Montenegro, no matter how much someone opposes it," the president said.

Through the discussion on the law, as he adds, the intentions of the Serbian Orthodox Church have also showed up.

"The discussion on this law openly pointed to the obvious ambition to take control of the strategic path of development through certain structures that represent the instrument of great state nationalism, i.e. to take the fate of Montenegro into their own hands, and I am sure that then the fate would not be good and that it would lead to the end of Montenegro and the offering of Montenegro on the altar to Greater Serbia," said Djukanovic.

The state's response is clear.

"My message is clear - do not offer us these bloodied formulas for the future of Montenegro and the Balkans, we will never accept them," Djukanovic concluded.

 

 

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