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Montenegro

21. 01. 2022. 00:00   >>  18:47

GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO

According to the Constitution, the new Prime Minister cannot be appointed without elections

The Office of the Prime Minister of Montenegro responded to the announced formation of a minority government.

The Constitution of Montenegro, as the supreme law, does not leave room for the President of Montenegro to propose a Prime Minister-designate twice during one term of office of the Parliament, especially in a specific situation when he once gave a mandate to the current Prime Minister to form a Cabinet, which was supported by the majority of members of the Parliament.

Article 103 of the Constitution of Montenegro clearly defines that the President of Montenegro, only after the parliamentary elections, proposes the Prime Minister-designate within 30 days from the day of constitution of the Parliament. The current convocation of the Parliament of Montenegro was constituted on 23 September 2020, which makes it clear that the 30-day limitation period, defined by Article 103 of the Constitution of Montenegro, expired more than 450 days ago, and that the President of Montenegro no longer has the opportunity to propose new Prime Minister-designate.

If the President of Montenegro, after the potential resignation of the Prime Minister or the downfall of the government, proposed a new Prime Minister-designate to the Parliament of Montenegro, he would unequivocally violate Article 103 of the Constitution of Montenegro, which would create the conditions for the Parliament to immediately initiate the proceeding before the Constitutional Court of Montenegro, in order to determine the responsibility and violation of the Constitution by the President of Montenegro, which would be irrefutable evidence that the President of Montenegro violated the Constitution, and thus could be dismissed from his position.

The current Cabinet can only be reshuffled with the current Prime Minister, while any change of Prime Minister could only be possible after the new parliamentary elections, says the Prime Minister's Office.

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