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The Parliament of Montenegro did not violate the Constitution nor any law in deciding to lift the immunity of Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic – decided the Legislative Committee.

The assessment, among other things, was part of the opinion that the Committee unanimously adopted and that will be forwarded to the Parliament for further decision.

The Constitutional Court requested the opinion of the Committee on constitutional complaints filed by Mandic and Knezevic, and the Committee unanimously decided – the complaint was unfounded, unsustainable and unacceptable.

“We did not decide about something that was not our job, we are just the object inserted in the matter and we removed the obstacle so that the process regarding attempted terrorist attack could be continued without hindrance. This complaint has absolutely nothing to do with us, it is unsustainable and unacceptable,” said Miodrag Vukovic.

“I would advise my colleagues not to give money to lawyers for writing such complaints,” said Predrag Sekulic, DPS deputy.

Mandic and Knezevic claim that they did not receive a fair trial, while the trial has yet to begin, he says.

“Colleagues Mandic and Knezevic know how things work, they sit for years in these benches and know that this complaint does not make sense,” said Sekulic.

Source: Radio Television Montenegro