I know this should probably go in the PD forum. But I do not have access there. At least in our own forum we have more control and less chance of the "usual suspects" destroying it.
Stop Djukanovic, says Montenegrin opposition
KOLASIN -- Tuesday – The president of the Montenegrin Socialist People’s Party, Predrag Bulatovic, reiterated today that there will be no referendum on independence for the state because government will not have the required two thirds majority in the parliament.
Bulatovic, speaking to party members in Kolasin, said that the aim of the Montenegrin regime was to use the referendum to consolidate power, which was why it wanted to separate from Serbia at any cost.
“Djukanovic believes he will be the president of an independent state. However, I can tell him that next year he will be on trial before the Montenegrin nation,” said Bulatovic.
He told supporters that the party would be the strongest in the government next year and called on the opposition to stop quarrelling and fight together against the regime and for the preservation of the federal state.
Bulatovic said that in 2006 Montenegro would have the opportunity of holding a referendum but was not under any obligation to do so.
“I can tell him that there will be no referendum because, without the opposition – and the two thirds majority which parliament needs in order to adopt a referendum act, the government can do nothing. In any case we shan’t talk to him with the mediation of the European community,” he added.
Bulatovic believes that, despite Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic’s statement that he will even oppose the European community for the sake or re-establishing Montenegro’s statehood, the prime minister understands that without the opposition there is no way forward.
He emphasised that the opposition must contest local elections in Cetinje and Mojkovac together in order to thwart Djukanovic.