October 16, 2018 - The political scene in Montenegro failed to emerge from the shadow of the "state strike" after two years, which is why the opposition today seems powerless and the Montenegrin society indifferent. Two years after the election in which voters were afraid of a state overthrow, the ruling coalition holds the institution under strict control while national issues and aggressive political language are re-dominating the public scene.
October 15, 2018 - If the accumulating material goods and grasping for the same at the cost of a brutal offense of the law, is the measure for patriotism, then the President of the Municipality of Tivat, Siniša Kusovac, is definitely one of the largest patriots in Tivat and Montenegro, said Tivat’s Action (TA).
October 13, 2018 - The Municipality of Herceg Novi has readily welcomed the tourist season, which was more than successful. In the pre-season (March, April and May) there were 35% more tourists in the town than in the previous year. Also, in the post-season (September and October), the good trend of guest visits continued. Thus, compared to last year, there was a growth of 40%, so in Herceg Novi currently, there are 6,073 tourists, of whom most are foreign tourists - 5,448 compared to 625 domestic tourists.
October 11, 2018 - Former members of the Liberal Party gathered around Blažo Rađenović are planning to unite with the URA Civic Movement, which will promote a new civic option with the goal of shifting the power and preserving the idea of liberalism, as "Vijesti" finds out.
October 11, 2018 - The issue surrounding the training ship Jadran won't be a reason that Croatia will block Montenegro on its way to European Union, said the Croatian Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.
October 10, 2018 - The response of the Special State Prosecutor's Office in relation to the donation of €5.6 million from the Taxpayers of the Tivat by the President of the Municipality Siniša Kusovac has been fully anticipated. Montenegro is a country where key institutions are captured by the ruling coalition and where these institutions are the common servant of the ruling coalition rather than the independent systems, “Tivat’s Action” assessed.