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Policeman who injured Slavko Perovic was sentenced before for exceeding authority. Two opposition leaders ready to consider boycotting the parliament. Slovakia strongly supprts talks Brussels-Montenegro talks.
Bozidar Jaukovic, policeman who injured Slavko Perovic, former leader of Liberal Alliance of Montenegro, has been sentenced twice for a conditional prison sentence, because he exceeded his authorities.
Nebojsa Medojevic, leader of Movement for Changes, and Andrija Mandic, chairman of New Serbian Democracy, told that they are ready to consider parliament's boycott if the biggest opposition party – Socialist People's Party joins that method of fight against the regime. Organizers of civic protests previously called for opposition MPs to leave the parliament.
Miroslav Lajcak, foreign minister of Slovakia, told that his country will do everything possible not only to support opening of negotiations between the EU and Montenegro, but also for the decision of European Council on the matter, which is due on June 26, to be consensual.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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