President of the Parliament should respect citizens and the civil society

Non-governmental organizations that have nominated members of the RTCG Council invite the President of the Parliament Ranko Krivokapic to explain clearly and say accurately whichNGOs are “hidden political parties” and which NGOs he considers as “real representatives of civil and non-governmental sector”…

President of the Parliament should respect citizens and the civil society – (pdf)

Should citizens respect the laws

Non-governmental organisations call on the MPs of the Parliament of Montenegro to explain to the citizens the message they have sent by violating the Law on Public Broadcasting Service RTCG through denial of verification of the membership in the Council of RTCG for the representatives of non-governmental organisations, University, Media Institute and trade unions…

Should citizens respect the laws – (pdf)

Parliament is breaking its own laws and defying EU recommendations

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses its concern over the newly demonstrated obstinacy of the Montenegrin Parliament. Instead of respecting the will of the civil society and appointing its representatives to the Council, the Parliament rejected candidacy of all civil society representatives, in defiance of recommendations by the European Parliament.

Parliament is breaking its own laws and defying EU recommendations – (pdf)