Press Review 18 Sep 12

Montenegro Press Review - September 18, 2012

Main boards of the ruling parties adopted colaition list European Montenegro – Milo Djukanovic. Vucinic got fired, workers stopped negotiations. Members of media committee held a meeting with media editors.

Podgorica

VIJESTI

Mayor of Podgorica, Miomir Mugosa, got the nineteenth place at the list of MPs candidates of the ruling coalition, although in late July he stated that he wouldn't be at the common list with the Social Democrat Party, SDP.

DAN

Chairmain of the trade union of the Steel Mill Toscelik, Janko Vucinic, announced that he would compain about the decision of him being fired. That organization stated that it stopped negotiations with the management and announced organizing a protest in Podgorica.

POBJEDA

That it is hard for politicians and journalists to agree, it was shown at the first yesterday's meeting of the parliamentary committee for media monitoring and the media editors. Committeee members said that it was not their aim to put a pressure on media or to interfere into their editorial policy but to build a partnership relation with them and cooperation during the monitoring of the electoral campaign.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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