21 Jan 15
Montenegro Press Review – January 21
Smaller ruling party requires a new approach of appointing a special prosecutor. The opposition agreed to form a “national unity government.” The Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina still has no common position on the border dispute with Montenegro.
Smaller governing Social Democratic Party, SDP, announced it will not support the Special Prosecutor Bill if the government does not adopt their proposal which provides that Supreme State Prosecutor proposes candidates for the special prosecutor.
The government of national unity, whose task will be a radical reform in the fields of economy and the rule of law, is one of the most certain way to Montenegro embark on the road to recovery, the representatives of the opposition Civic Movement and the leader of the Democratic Front, Miodrag Lekic, agreed on Tuesday.
The Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina still has no common and consistent position over disputed area Sutorina in Montenegro, which both countries claim. The Chairman Mladen Ivanic told daily Pobjeda that the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina has not yet discussed the Sutorina issue.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)