Chief Special Prosecutor Mr Milivoje Katnić submitted to the Parliament of Montenegro the Request for approval that criminal proceedings may be initiated and detention ordered against Mr Nebojša Medojević, member of the Parliament of Montenegro.
President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Ivan Brajović issued a request to the Administrative Committee for further proceeding.
Eighth - Special Sitting of the First Ordinary (Spring) Session will be held today, at 12:00.
At his meeting with the delegation of the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) led by Mr Roman Jakič, head of OSCE/ODIHR observation mission which observed the parliamentary elections in Montenegro, President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Ivan Brajović emphasised that Montenegrin authorities shared the opinion that the Final Report of the election observation mission was realistic, objective, and positive. The President pointed out that Montenegro had carefully considered recommendations from the Final Report, and emphasised willingness of the responsible bodies to continue with improvement of the electoral legislation.
Chairperson of the Committee on International Relations and Emigrants, Mr Andrija Nikolić, condemned the gesture of Russia towards the MP Vuković
President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Ivan Brajović, today will receive the delegation of the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) led by Mr Roman Jakič, head of OSCE/ODIHR observation mission which observed the parliamentary elections in Montenegro.
At the meeting of President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Ivan Brajović with US Senator Mr Ron Johnson, Chairperson of the Subcommittee for Europe, it was concluded that by completing the procedure of Montenegro’s accession to NATO, a strong message had been sent that the open door policy and transatlantic cooperation remained high on the agenda of the Alliance, which was significant in the context of today’s security situation in Europe, and especially in the Western Balkans region.
The European parliamentarians discussed the results of the Maltese presidency, the role of national parliaments in the future of the EU, outcome of the referendum of the United Kingdom, as well as the maritime policy of the Union
Members of the Permanent Delegation of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Mr Obrad Mišo Stanišić, Mr Genci Nimanbegu, and Mr Tarzan Milošević participated in the work of the Spring Session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly
President of the Parliament of Montenegro, Mr Ivan Brajović, expressed grave concern and condemned the undiplomatic treatment to which the MP Miodrag Vuković was exposed