URA will not go back to parliament

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URA MPs will not go back to parliament until a date for new elections is set, Dritan Abazovic, the leader of this civil movement, said. He added that it might be time for opposition leaders to sit down and negotiate new ways of action.

“The date of the new elections solves the crisis in Montenegro, after which work on creating conditions for these elections begins, but without the date of the elections there is no way to unblock the crisis,” Abazovic said.

Abazovic thinks responsibility is not on the opposition, but on “the present fictitious majority who has usurped power.”

“It is time for the opposition leaders to sit down and to agree on the next steps. We can not be dissatisfied with the degree of co-operation, we have all been in boycott, and we should think about new joint activities,” Abazovic concluded.

Source: Radio Television Montenegro