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MANS revealed new glitches in the electoral roll. Vujanovic: DPS still didn't discuss the prime minister. Markovic: I won't disclose the source, but I will the secret.
The central electorl roll contains at least 14,267 ofvoters who have one or more "doubles" with the same name, surname and address of residence, but different ID number and code, the extract from the electoral roll, provided to Vijesti by Network for Affirmation of Non-Governmental Sector suggests.
Montenegro's president and the vice-chairman of the Democratic Party of Socialists, Filip Vujanovic, stated last night that his party and the ruling coalition still hadn't discussed the candidate for the prime minister and that they would do so after the election.
Dan's deputy editor, Nikola Markovic, didn't want to disclose his source about the Telekom affair during the yeasterday's interrogation in front of the basic prosecutors, Ljiljana Klikovac and her deputy Milos Soskic. He said that he wouldn't disclose the source, but that in the future he would reveal each secret, no matter if it was official or state secret, if it served the public interest.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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