Press Review 20 Sep 12

Montenegro Press Review - September 20, 2012

Deputy editor of newspaper Dan to be questioned over state secret. Deadline for submission of electoral lists expires. Djukanovic: Quality of life, NATO and EU will be our priorities.



Deputy editor of Dan, Nikola Markovic, will be interrogated in front of the prosecutor as a suspect. Markovic was called to give a statement but prosecution hasn't told him the reason of the interrogation, apart from stating that it has to do with the criminal act of revealing and publishing the state secret.


Thirteen parties, coalitions and civic groups, out of which 6 minority lists, should run in the parliamentary election due on October 14. That is the number of electoral lists which have been filed to the State Electoral Commission by the midnight when the deadline for running in the election expired.


Coalition European Montenegro – Milo Djukanovic filed the electoral list, supported by more than 80,000 signatures. The list's first candidate said that the important priorities of the coalition remain NATO and the EU. Our coalition is capable of responding to the difficult challenge – Milo Djukanovic said.

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

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