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Nonpartisan figures in the government of electoral trust, deputy prime minister Milorad Vujovic and the minister of labour and social welfare and agriculture, Boris Maric and Budimir Mugosa, will stay in their positions.
“We had meetings with the ‘troika’. Demos and SDP suggested staying in the government, whereas URA Civic Movement said we should decide on our own. Zarko Rakcevic said he does not mind if we stayed. We believe that DPS members should not be at important positions in this moment”, Vujovic said.
Journalists asked what will happen to URA’s representatives at management and operational positions who resigned.
“They have made the greatest contribution. Their resignations will be ascertained today. We will insist to fill those places”, Vujovic said, pointing out that the issue of replacing URA’s staff was not defined by lex specialis, and that this issue represents a legal void.
Maric announced they would re-analyse achieved results in the next fifteen days.
“After that, there may be a revision of our decision to stay. We believe that, for the time being, there is a sense to stay in the government”, he pointed out.
For Mugosa, it was important to join the government to show that there is an alternative to Montenegrin policy.
“We’ll stay for a while and try to change something”, Mugosa said.
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