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Montenegro Press Review - September 12, 2012

Sannino: European Commission satisfied with Montenegro. Suspended journalist of Vijesti Television denied allegations. War for places at electoral lists.

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POBJEDA

European Commission's Enlargement Directorate, Stefano Sannino, said on Tuesday in Sarajevo to the Montenegrin president, Filip Vujanovic, that the EC was pleased with cooperation with Montenegro.

DAN

Suspended journalist of Vijesti Television denied allegations that she particpated in the fight, during which Danilo Marunovic, director of the video We Are Part Of The Crew, Todor Vujosevic, actor in the video, and journalist Mirko Boskovic were injured. She said that she was an eye-witness of the event and that Vujosevic was the first to attack one of the Buducnost fans.

VIJESTI

Although the deadline for submitting electoral lists to the State Electoral Commission expires on next Wednesday, most of the parties and coalitions still didn't compose electoral lists. Some of them still don't know who will top the lists.

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