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19. 01. 2022. 00:00   >>  20:32


The URA and the opposition initiated a no-confidence vote against the government

Deputies of the Civic Movement URA and opposition parties initiated a vote of no confidence in the 42nd Government of Montenegro today. According to the initiative, they consider "one of the basic postulates of modern democracy" to check the support of the Government in the Parliament.

The initiative was published on the website of the Parliament of Montenegro.

As stated, the reasons for the vote of confidence in the Government are:

that at the Fifth Meeting of the Second Regular Session of the Parliament of Montenegro on December 29, 2021. the Interpellations were voted on the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, the Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports, which made it clear that the three ministers did not have the support of the parliamentary majority;

that the Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic announced that he would refuse to act on the Interpellations for the removal of three ministers, which showed that he does not respect the Constitution and laws of Montenegro, but also the basic democratic principles of respect for the Parliament as the largest legislative body that elected the composition of the 42nd Government of Montenegro;

that at the Fourth Meeting of the First Regular (Spring) Session in 2021, on 17.06.2021. the Minister of Justice and Human and Minority Rights was dismissed, while the Prime Minister has not proposed a new Minister to Parliament to this day, which directly jeopardized the reforms in key chapters 23 and 24, which are most important for progress on the path to EU membership in the field of rule of law.

that the Prime Minister, by his actions several times in the previous period, endangered and hindered the cooperation between the legislative and executive branches, which directly produced the institutional and political crisis in the country. This situation led to a blockade of the Parliament, and even a boycott by some members of the parliamentary majority, which directly affected the fact that a large number of laws and bylaws are not considered in the parliamentary procedure. All this has called into question the efficient work of the Parliament, whose basic task is to serve the public interest and the interests of the citizens, and not the particular interests of any political group or individual.

that the political crisis, inadequate cooperation between the legislative and the executive authorities, non-compliance with EU legislation, as well as the inactivity of some ministers, have led to a slowdown in European integration, which was reflected in the European Commission's annual report regarding Montenegro’s progress in European integrations.

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