28 Apr 15
Montenegro Press Review – April 28, 2015
The decision to ban LGBT protest walk in Niksic was step backwards, German parliamentar says . Ranko Krivokapic could win the party’s elections. Berlin process to bring Western Balkan closer to EU
The decision to ban the “Academic Walks of Pride” in Niksic is a step backwards for the entire community, MEP Theresa Terry Reintke said. Reintke has sent an open letter to the chief police inspector in Niksic, Milorad Zizic, stating that the EP thoroughly monitor implementation of human rights in Montenegro.
The leader of the junior ruling Social Democratic Party,Ranko Krivokapic, can count on the support of at least 16 of the 22 local committees and the votes of more than two-thirds of the delegates who will elect the new leadership at the party congress in June.
Montenegro and Germany have developed very good relations, thus further deepening the intense political and economic ties they established, the government said in a statment after Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic hosted Joachim Pfeifferber, a member of the German Bundestag, and a group of entrepreneurs.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)