April 12, 2019 - Activists of the Odupri Se 97,000 Movement held a performance yesterday, 11 April, in front of the State Prosecutor's Office building in Podgorica to protest after Wednesday's blockade of CEDIS and EPCG buildings when strangers faced some of the protesters.
On Wednesday during that action, two activists of the movement were violated.
The present assembly in front of the Prosecutor's Office has not been reported, and the police commander gave the protest participants three chances to have three minutes to resign.
In the building of the Prosecutor's Office, the activists of the "Odupri Se - 97,000" Dragan Sošić and Vanja Đurišić came out of it.
They submitted a request to the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office.
From the Odupri Se - 97,000 movement, they demanded that police officers explain what the consequences will be for citizens if they do not stand up.
The commander replied that if he did not comply with his order, the behaviour moved to the domain of obstructing the official person in the performance of his duties.
One of the activists of the movement, Nikola Grdinić, said that it was the occasion of their gathering of an attack that had happened on Wednesday to their activists.
"And we have come up with another request that we have filed with the Prosecution. Please tell us, according to the Free Access to Information Act, whether they have filed criminal charges against Milo Djukanovic while serving as prime minister, while he did not perform any function while performing the function of the President of Montenegro. Please give details of the number of applications filed, and if one of these applications is processed," Grdinić said.
He talked about expecting a quick reaction from the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office, “who do not work professionally," said Grdinić.