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Montenegro

21. 01. 2022. 00:00   >>  18:49

PACE DOCUMENT

Political forces to work on reducing divisions in Montenegro

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is concerned about the increasing polarization of the Montenegrin political scene on the issue of national identity in a country that has so far managed to largely limit such tensions. The PACE, as they say, calls on various political formations and leaders not to emphasize this polarization, but to help reduce its intensity.

This is stated in the draft report on the monitoring of the member states of the Council of Europe, which was made by the PACE MP Michael Jansen and which will be considered by the Assembly at the session from January 24 to January 28 this year.

"In relation to Montenegro, the Assembly welcomes the constructive cooperation between the authorities and the Venice Commission in considering amendments to the Law on the State Prosecutor's Office and the draft law on the Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime and Corruption, "therefore calls on the Montenegrin parliament to ensure that the five new members of the Prosecutorial Council are appointed on the basis of their expertise and perceived as politically neutral," the report said.

It is pointed out that in April 2021, based on the reports prepared by the PACE rapporteurs for Montenegro, the Assembly adopted Resolution 2374 (2021) on post-monitoring dialogue with Montenegro.

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