06 Oct 14
Montenegro Press Review – October 6, 2014
Opposition party SNP supports former judges for Supreme State Prosecutor’s election. Balkan states to establish a fund for resolving the climate changes issues. Around 365,000 Montenegrins use the internet.
The session of the Montenegro’s Assembly on which will be voted for the election of the Supreme State Prosecutor is scheduled for Tuesday, and candidates are Ivica Stankovic, Vesna Gacevic Rogova and Dragoljub Strugar. For the election of the prosecuter is required support three-fifths in the parliament. The main board of the opposition SNP has decided on Sunday it will support former judge Ivica Stankovic.
Balkan States should establish a joint fund tackle the problem of climate changes, it was agreed at the Congress of Greens, which was held in Macedonian capital Skopje on Sunday and it was attended by the representatives of Montenegro party is Positive. “The fund of Balkan countries would be involved in raising awareness about the issue of climate changes, training people to act in case of natural disasters and strengthening public institutions,” the party said in a statement.
According to a global survey that monitors the number of active Internet users, Montenegro has been ranked 132 out of 198 countries, with around 365 thousand of the active internet users. Internet Live Stats’ research showed an increase of 8.18 thousand users in comparison to last year.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)