Pajovic: We have the right to vote for the state and not for DPS

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A vote for Positive Montenegro (PCG) is a wasted vote from DPS perspective, but certainly not a wasted vote when it comes to the state, said PCG leader Darko Pajovic, pointed out that DPS is not the same as the state, because the state must be above any party.

During the debate “Solidarity and Social Welfare State – a Generation Encounter”, which PCG organised near the Monument to the Partisan on the Gorica hill, Pajovic said that these days there are those dealing with percentages and “wasted Montenegrin votes”.

He emphasised that on 27January PCG “had voted and defended Montenegro rather than DPS”.

“PCG’s voting in the Parliament on 27 January, we defended the state rather than DPS. I did not hear then that our votes had been were wasted Montenegrin votes”, Pajovic said.

On the contrary, he said, those were votes which preserved the state. And that was good.

“I also want to clearly tell you that the vote for PCG is a wasted vote from DPS perspective, but certainly not a wasted vote when it comes to the state – it is a big difference”, Pajovic said.

As he said, when it comes to “wasted Montenegrin votes”, then it can be said that every Montenegrin vote for DPS is a wasted vote for changes.

“And every vote for PCG, whether Montenegrin or some other, it is a vote for the state and for changes”, said Pajovic.

Finally, as he noted, an end must be put to certain things. “I have the right to vote for the state and not for DPS. You and all of us have the right to vote for the state and not for DPS. These flags – this is the state of Montenegro, not DPS, not PCG or any other party”.

Pajovic said that the debate was organised in front of the monument in order to pay tribute to those who had hope and faith to enable today’s generations to live in love, equality and freedom.

He said that the debate was attended by two generations that grew up in different circumstances.

One generation grew up in a time when having a crust of bread was a big thing, but it was a lot happier and a lot more satisfied and had faith in a better future.

“They did not have a free market, they did not have neoliberal economy, they had the solidarity, love, faith… they had hope”, said Pajovic.

According to him, today’s young generation has a free market and the rules.

“It has very little solidarity or none at all. It has very little social justice. They have internet, computers and the whole world in the palm, but much less hope, much less faith in a better future”, said Pajovic.

He said that the older generation can teach us how to have faith and hope, build and work for the state from the first to the last day.

Pajovic said that today’s generation in Montenegro should have faith that a better time will really come tomorrow.

As he said, PCG there is nothing against the free market.

“But we do against the neo-liberal economy which says to go out and to get rich”, Pajovic said adding that the state should help those who do not have much and who cannot manage to cope with the so-called free market.

The chairman of the PCG Political Council, Ranko Djonovic and the president of the Youth Forum Jovan Radovic also spoke on the debate.

Source: Cafe Del Montenegro