President of the Parliament of Montenegro hosted today co-rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe for Montenegro, Mr Ionuț-Marian Stroe and Anne Mulder.
President Brajović expressed gratitude for the mindfulness in monitoring the results achieved by Montenegro and his expectation that the co-rapporteurs would recognise progress during this mission in comparison to the previous Report.
On the subject of parliamentary dialogue, the importance of investing the efforts of all political actors to further improve electoral legislation was particularly emphasised.
President Brajović pointed out that the ruling majority, with academia and civil society, had prepared a large part of proposals to further improve the overall electoral environment, and the opinion was pending and the input of the representatives of the opposition inside the Committee on Comprehensive Reform of Electoral and Other Legislation is expected.
The co-rapporteur Mr Stroe pointed out among other things that PACE appreciated openness of the parliamentary majority with regard to the dialogue between all the parties in the Parliament of Montenegro. He also stressed that Montenegro was going in the right direction, but that it should continue even more intensively with the reforms.
Mr Predrag Sekulić, the Head of the delegation of the Parliament of Montenegro to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, also attended the meeting with the co-rapporteurs.