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Montenegrin Telekom freed from professional secrecy its former executives. Listed the way professors would vote. Aluminum Plant's trade union to strike on Thursday.
Montenegrin Telekom freed yesterday its former executives, Oleg Obradovic, Milan Perovic and Miodrag Ivanovic, from keeping official secrets. They subsequenty received a call for testimony in front of the Telekom affair parliamentary inquiry committee.
Socialist People's Party accussed principal of the High School Danilo Kis, member of Budva's local parliament and an MP candidate of the Democratic Party of Socialists, of abusing the office by influencing the political orientation of employees in this school and making lists about the way the teaching staff would vote in the upcoming election.
The trade union of Podgorica Aluminum Plant announced that it will organize a warning strike on Thursday, September 27, at the plateau in front of the management building at 2 p.m. In the media statement, trade union explained that the strike came as a response to the announcement of a new cells’ shutdown.
Donors spent hundreds of thousands of euro building a new museum in Gjirokastra - but the results were questionable and it ultimately closed over an ideological dispute.