Montenegrin Parliament Session Began
A meeting of the Assembly on the question of confidence in the government of PM Milo Djukanovic has begun in Montenegrin Assembly (Parliament). According to representatives of the opposition Djukanovic has already arrived at the meeting.
For the current government to remain in power, it needs at least 41 votes. The government coalition is represented in parliament by 44 MPs, 5 of whom are members of the Social Democratic Party, who said they don't intend to vote for the government's credibility.
A mass protest organized by "Democratic Front" is taking place in the central square of Podgorica. Opposition activists and the people demand resignation of the current government and the organizing of fair and transparent elections in the country.