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EU's Fule urges Montenegro to accelerate reforms
European Union Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule has urged Montenegro to adopt constitutional changes to increase judicial independence and to tackle its numerous political challenges.He noted that accession negotiations between Montenegro and the EU are progressing well, but... The first thing you need to do is choose a news reader, if you ... (more)
Wed May 08, 2013
Montenegro Political Crisis Slows Crucial Law Reforms
Work on constitutional changes intended to increase judicial independence and bring EU accession closer is being hampered by post-election disputes, a top lawmaker said.
Montenegrins Plan March Against President
Ahead of the inauguration of President Filip Vujanovic, a group of citizens is preparing to march from Podgorica to Cetinje in protest against what they call a mafia-style election.
Tue May 07, 2013
Montenegro Albanians to Review Coalition Deal
Ethnic Albanian bloc says it will look again at its coalition agreement with the ruling parties, after judging that the deal had brought ethnic minorities few gains.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Djukanovic Snubs Opposition Call to Quit
Montenegro's Prime Minister said he had no plans to resign, and the opposition has no legitimate right to demand such a thing after losing the elections.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
EU representative discusses Montenegro presidential vote
A representative of the EU's Enlargement Directorate met Montenegrin officials and opposition leaders to discuss, among other things, rows over the recent presidential election.Dirk Lange, head of the Montenegro unit in the European Commission's Enlargement Directorate, on... The first thing you need to do is choose a news reader, if you already ... (more)
How Croatia and Serbia buried the hatchet
In 1991 Croatia was in flames. Montenegrin troops from the Yugoslav army were bombarding the historic city of Dubrovnik and, with its backing, rebel Croatian Serbs were carving out one-third of the country.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
EU Official Discusses Montenegro Presidential Vote
A representative of the EU's Enlargement Directorate met Montenegrin officials and opposition leaders to discuss, among other things, rows over the recent presidential election.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
EU calls for Montenegrins to respect election results
An EU official is asking Montenegrins to abide by the results of this month's presidential election, in which incumbent Filip Vujanovic was declared the victor by a razor-thin margin.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Montenegro Opposition Protests Presidential Poll 'Fraud'
Thousands of opposition supporters rallied in Podgorica against alleged vote-rigging at this month's presidential elections after initial results declared the ruling party candidate had won.
Sat Apr 20, 2013
Montenegrin opposition rally, claim election fraud
More than 5,000 opposition supporters have rallied in Montenegro claiming their leader was cheated of victory in this month's presidential ballot in the small Balkan country, which is striving to join the European Union.