03 Apr 15
Montenegro Press Review – April 3, 2015
PM Djukanovic blame the administration for slower economic growth. Opposition leader urges EU to engage in resolving the deepening political crisis in the country. The government still has no confirmation that the Royal group has dropped the resorts plans.
Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic said that in addition to external influence of the European crisis and recession, the administrative inefficiencies is the key cause of slower economic growth and delays in the implementation of priority projects in Montenegro.
The head of the opposition Movement for Changes, Nebojsa Medojevic, informed the Ambassador of the European Union to Montenegro, Mitja Drobnic, on escalation of the political crisis in Montenegro after the release of “new evidence of abuse of state resources and political corruption.” Meojević claims that it organized, “systematic and synchronized implemented” by the ruling coalition DPS SDP for years.
The government still does not have an official confirmation that the Royal group from the United Arab Emirates drops 300-million worth project Queen’s Beach, but available informations go in that direction, the state secretary in the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism, Predrag Jelusic told press.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)