Public service deserves a responsible, beneficient and legal treatment

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) reminded today the members of the RTCG Council from the civil society, University of Montenegro and the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro of their share of responsibility for pressing for a solution to the cases of Ćalić and Mirković, reiterating the points of the Law on Public Broadcasting services of RTCG, and once again urged the President of the Parliament of Montenegro, Ranko Krivokapić, who identified himself as an interested party, to accept his share of responsibility in contributing to the solution of this issue…

Public service deserves a responsible, beneficient and legal treatment– (pdf)

Civil Society representatives to speak publicly on RTCG Council

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) urged today the members of the RTCG Council nominated on behalf of the civil society (media, trade unions and non-governmental organizations) Esad Kočan, Svetozar Bulatović, Šerbo Rastoder, Nikola Perković and Ljubomirka Asović to interrupt the silence of RTCG over the existence of a grave social problem and to distance themselves from breaches of the Law, unprofessional and irresponsible actions on the part of certain members of the Council…

Civil Society representatives to speak publicly on RTCG Council – (pdf)

As the founder of the public service the Parliament of Montenegro should undertake responsibility

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has initiated, through individual letters addressed to the President, Deputy President and the Heads of all Parliamentary Clubs of the Parliament of Montenegro, the adoption of a joint statement on the procedure of appointment of the members to RTCG Council and Broadcasting Agency Council (BA)…

As the founder of the public service the Parliament of Montenegro should undertake responsibility – (pdf)