Djukanovic Drags Montenegro into NATO Without Referendum
An opposition rally has been planned on December 23 in the Montenegrin capital Podgorica. However, local public services did not allow "Democratic Front" to occupy the square in front of the Montenegrin Parliament.
Montenegro Received an Official Invitation to NATO
The Government of Montenegro reported that Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Igor Luksic received a letter from NATO Secretary Jens Stoltenberg with …
"Democratic Front" Prepares New Anti-NATO Rally
On Tuesday, December 22, Montenegrin Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Igor Luksic on Tuesday received an official invitation letter from NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to …
Nebojsa Medojevic: No Fear, Dictatorship Will Fall!
The leader of the "Movement for Change" Nebojsa Medojevic called parliamentary opposition to step up the fight against the corrupt government of Milo Djukanovic, saying: "arrange a transitional …
Gojko Raicevic: we are expecting the parliamentary part of opposition to join protests
Gojko Raicevic, President of a Montenegrin NGO called "Ne u rat, ne u NATO" (No to war, no to NATO) shared his view of the current situation in Podgorica, where an opposition rally is taking place …
Revolution of Justice Gains Momentum
For the last three months protests in Montenegro do not cease, and their scale and intensity only continue to grow...
Montenegrin Opposition Demands Fair Elections
Today a new protest action of the opposition was held in the capital of Montenegro. "Inforos" news agency contacted a representative of "Democratic Front", Iva Baikovic, who told us that rally …
Slaven Radenovich: We Revived Montenegrin Political Routine
An MP from Montenegrin opposition coalition "Democratic Front" Slaven Radenovich congratulated the participants of the protest rally near the building of Parliament in Podgorica with an anniversary - …
Vladislav Bojovic: Djukanovic Tries to Weaken Popular Protest
The purpose Montenegro's PM Milo Djukanovic is to weaken the power of popular protest, first by force, and then by simulating negotiations with the opposition, said a representative of Montenegrin …
Montenegrins are no longer afraid of Djukanovic
The latest in a series of protests of the opposition coalition "Democratic Front" has taken place in the capital of Montenegro, Podgorica. The correspondent of the news agency "Inforos" have spoken …