The Constitutive Parliament Session Scheduled for September 23

By , 22 Sep 2020, 22:33 PM Politics
The Constitutive Parliament Session Scheduled for September 23 Parliament of Montenegro, Source: Vijesti
September 22, 2020 - The constitutive session of the 27th convocation of the Parliament of Montenegro is scheduled for Wednesday, September 23, starting at noon. The session will be chaired by the oldest MP, Miodrag Lekić, assisted by the youngest, Maksim Vučinić. The report of the State Election Commission on the results of the parliamentary elections held on August 30 will be presented, based on which the mandates of the deputies of the new parliamentary convocation will be verified.
 
At the first session of the new convocation of the Montenegrin Parliament, according to the proposed schedule, the deputies will elect the President of the Assembly, determine the number and elect the Vice Presidents of the Assembly, and elect the President and appoint the members of the Administrative Board of the Parliament of Montenegro.
 
According to the official election results, the coalition "Resolutely. DPS - "Milo Djukanovic" won 30 seats, "For the Future of Montenegro" 27, the "Peace is our nation" ten, and the platform "Black and White," four. The Bosniak Party and the Social Democrats will have three deputies each, and the Social Democratic Party two. The Albanian list "Nik Djelosaj-Genci Nimanbegu" and the coalition "Jedonoglasno" will have one representative.
 
The new majority leaders, which will be formed by the coalitions "For the Future of Montenegro," "Peace is our nation," and "Black and White," were expected to be completed before the scheduled constitutive parliament session. But no agreement was reached.

Krivokapic does not have the unique support of members of the coalition "For the Future of Montenegro"

The Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral, Amfilohije, hosted today at the Monastery Ostrog, the list holders and political leaders of the previous opposition parties, TV Vijesti reported. The meeting intended to bring closer the positions on the critical issues of forming the new government ahead of the constitutive session of the Parliament of Montenegro, scheduled for tomorrow.
 
The meeting attended the holder of the electoral list "For the Future of Montenegro" Zdravko Krivokapic, the leader of the coalition "Black and White" Dritan Abazovic, Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral Amfilohije, Bishop of Budva-Niksic Joanikije, leader of the New Serbian Democracy Andrija Mandic, leader of the Democratic People's Party Milan Knežević, President of the Socialist People's Party Vladimir Jokovic, Democrats officials Boris Bogdanovic and Momo Koprivica and URA official Zoran Mikic.
 
The leader of the Civic Movement URA, Dritan Abazovic, proposed the holder of the list "For the Future of Montenegro", Zdravko Krivokapic, as the prime minister-designate of the new government, "Vijesti" writes. The proposal was not supported by the leaders of one of Krivokapic's coalition - Democratic Front.
 
The meeting aimed to harmonize positions on the new President of the Assembly and the prime minister-designate to form the new government.
 
The head of the parliament's position should belong to the Democrats. It was proposed that the deputies of the new majority, 41 of them, sign that Krivokapic is the prime minister, after which he would hold meetings with all parties and start forming governments. According to "Vijesti", when it seemed to most of the participants that everything had been agreed, one of the DF leaders said that Krivokapić did not have the full support and had to pass a review of trust in the coalition.
 
It was also announced at the meeting that the "Black and White" coalition or the experts they propose are expected to control the security sector (Ministry of Defense, police, and the National Security Agency), according to the international community's expectation.
 
Spurce: Vijesti

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