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Press Review 26 Sep 12

Montenegro Press Review - September 26, 2012

Milo boasted with Pukanic's murder. Truth-o-meter demonstrated which means politicians used. The first transplantation succesful.

Podgorica

DAN

Sarajevo-based journalist, Sejla Jugo Turkovic, claims that she has information that former prime minister, Milo Djukanovic, is responsible for the murder of the former owner of (Croatian weekly) Nacional, Ivo Pukanic. She says that Fahrudin Radoncic, owner of Bosnian daily Dnevni avaz, several times confirmed that to her in front of several witnesses.

VIJESTI

Montenegrin politicians and public officials make promises more easily than fulfilling them. They are inconsistent and very often they use lies or half-truths, the Truth-o-meter, launched by the Centre for Democratic Transition, CDT, has showed.

POBJEDA

The first kidney transplantation from the live donor was succesfully conducted yesterday in Clinical Centre of Montenegro.

 

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