MPs to finally abolish or significantly limit fees for fonctionnaires

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) sent an urgent message to all parliamentary clubs, as well as the competent Committee for the Political System, Judiciary and Administration, regarding the Initiative to amend Article 36 of the Law on Salaries of Public Sector Employees and Article 60 of the Law on Civil Servants and Employees, referring to… »

Numerous irregularities in the dismissal and nomination of directors of educational institutions, it is necessary to establish a transparent system

In 2021, out of 243 public educational institutions, 223 directors were replaced, i.e. 158 out of 169 in primary schools, then 40 out of 47 in secondary education institutions and 25 out of 27 in other educational institutions, as indicated by the data from the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), collected during the preparation of… »

The position of young people should be the focus of decision-makers

On the ocasion of August 12 – International Youth Day – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that, unfortunately, there is no reason to celebrate in the area of protecting young people and improving their position, because the problems that young people face are not being solved. Young people are, therefore, more and… »

Initiative for a more responsible Parliament

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today filed the Initiative to the Parliamentary Working Group for Drafting the Draft Law of the Parliament to define with that text the legal obligation of a medical examination for members of the Parliament of Montenegro and employees in the administration of the Parliament of Montenegro, which also includes special… »

Prime Minister Abazović continues to deny the concept of civil society

The Coalition for the Rights of LGBTIQ+ persons – EQUALLY expresses its disappointment and protests over the support that Prime Minister Dritan Abazović, in today’s published position, expressed to the lawyer Velibor Marković, and thus discrimination against women and the LGBTIQ population, which Marković supports with hate speech. Abazovic’s principle based opposition to Markovic’s standpoints,… »

Health and stability of ministers as prerequisites for good government

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today filed the Initiative to the Government to define the legal obligation of a medical examination for members of the Government (Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and ministers) and Secretary General in the draft Law on Government, which also includes special testing of mental and psychological ability to perform the… »

Financing of media and media services in 2021

In 2021, 192 public bodies spent 3,426,183.33 euros on media, media services and production services. When it comes to print media, Pobjeda, Vijesti and Dan received the most from public funds, out of televisions – RTV Nikšić, TV Vijesti and RTCG, and among radio stations – Radio Tivat, Radio Kotor and Radio Antena M. Within… »

Reaction of the Coalition for the rights of LGBTIQ+ PERSONS – EQUALLY: Velibor Marković can not be in the Commission

Today, several non-governmental organizations have addressed the President of the state and President of the Government regarding the proposal that Velibor Marković, known for his homophobic and misogynist attitudes, becomes a member of the Commission for examination of the compliance of the provisions of fundamental agreement with the legal system of Montenegro. Following is the… »