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DPS doesn't have majority; opposition wins in Niksic. Analyst Srdjan Vukadinovic: With post-election coalition, DPS will mantain absolute power. Husovic: It's early to talk about coalitions.
European Montenegro coalition, comprised of Democratic Party of Socialists, Social Democrat Party and Liberal Party in yesterday's election didn't win absolute majority, and it will have to search for post-election partners in minority parties.
Although Democratic Party of Socialists with coalition partners didn't win absolute power or 41 parliamentary seats, it will be inevitable constituent of the new government. With Bosniak Party, Albanian Coalition, and Croatian Citizens' Initiative it will have 45 mandates, political analyst Srdjan Vukadinovic said for Pobjeda, while commenting on election outcome.
President of Bosniak Party Rafet Husovic didn't want to discuss potential post-electoral coalitions by arguing that it was too early. "Results are not final yet, and it's early to discuss anything. In any case, we expect our party to give big contribution to democratization of Montenegro", Husovic said.
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