DF is preparing answer to agreement

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The authorities of the constituents of the Democratic Front (DF) and the Presidency of the political alliance will soon make decisions that will be an adequate response to the signing of the agreement of part of the opposition with the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), said the DF official Milutin Djukanovic.

He considers that the main source of mistrust in Montenegro is the Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.

“Milo Djukanovic can not be the prime minister of the government of electoral trust, as they call it, because he was the source of all electoral distrust and a symbol of corruption in Montenegro”, Djukanovic said at a press conference.

He said that the signing of the Agreement on Government of electoral trust is a conclusion of a new coalition of smaller part of the opposition with the government of the Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.

“It is not natural for someone to go to the polls in 2012 criticizing the government which was actually a government of continuity of 26-27 years, and that after three years they are ready to enter this government”, said Djukanovic.

As he said, it was not right that someone who has received mandate from the citizens to vote against Djukanovic is now entering into a coalition with the prime minister.

“It is unacceptable for us. It’s amazing that these political organizations that want to form a coalition with the DPS have neither rebelled against the government nor thought there were any problems. After the DF protest, that showed what are the weaknesses of this government, they just rushed to save the current regime of Milo Djukanovic”, said Djukanovic.

He added that this is inconsistent with elementary political and democratic principles.

“DF showed how week this regime is, and instead of supporting DF in fight against DPS, these opposition parties which now negotiate the signing of the coalition with the prime minister, unfortunately sided with the DPS”, Djukanovic said.

Source: Radio Television Montenegro