If Milo Đukanović wins the presidential elections in Montenegro, nothing will remain, said the presidential candidate of a larger part of the opposition Mladen Bojanić, at an election rally in Danilovgrad, as Vijesti reported on April 7, 2018.
Bojanić also sent a question to Đukanović from the rally about the way in which he exempted investors in Porto Montenegro of all duties.
“I publicly ask, how did he do it? From what position? As chief of the basketball federation or party chief or some organized group like the Marović one. From what position did he decide to write off five million of state money? Why won’t he write off his own money? When he is the recipient then he takes them, but when an investor needs it then he writes it off. We should not allow this anymore as hundreds of millions of euro have been spent as guarantees for him and his close friends,” said Bojanić.
He added his election rallies gather only locals, while “Đukanović night after night drags the same people and tells them the same story.”
“I can’t tell what it’s for, but he obviously doesn’t know another way, and if they can listen to him day in and day out for 27 years, well we won’t anymore. Another five days and we will listen no more,” stated Bojanić.
He repeated the reason he ran for this office was to send Đukanović into political history and to free institutions “working only for individuals.”
“We read yesterday, or the day before, the Anti-Corruption Agency cannot see such obvious things a primary pupil would see, and they keep telling us the man is not in a conflict of interest. He says he did not known, the Ministry set him up, he only signed for his son, his brother, for who knows who, but they always find and excuse for him. These things must change.”
Bojanić also said that Đukanović, whom he blames as the culprit for all Montenegro problems, is “arrogantly” offering to fix “what he has destroyed in the past 27 years.”
“I cannot believe that anyone in Montenegro is fooled by this anymore. That anyone with the tiniest bit of freedom can circle number 7 and support him for another five years, and I claim very clearly and responsibly, a vote for Milo Đukanović is a vote to lead Montenegro from an autocracy to a dictatorship. Montenegro is in for a dictatorship if he succeeds in winning these elections,” noted Bojanić.
He also wondered what Đukanović, “who created such a milieu in Montenegro,” can now offer as an answer to security challenges.
“I don’t know what the man is doing, is he mocking us? He created this situation and now says the state is stronger than the mafia. I agree, but wonder on which side does Đukanović stand. And to cease wondering, let’s replace him on April 15,” said Bojanić.
Translated from Vijesti Online, click here for the original.