Elections in Montenegro


During the parliamentary elections in Montenegro, people chose a life without NATO and the EU



Despite the fact that the official results must be declared by the morning, they are still not known; however, parties, public organizations and the media have given an idea of ​​what the results look like.

The party of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, with well-known ties to criminal gangs, smugglers and Washington, received approximately 40% of the vote, more than 10% less than in the previous election. His bitter opponents from the "Democratic Front" are gaining more than 20%, and their colleagues from the opposition coalition government "grand coalition - key" - about 11%. 10% was won by the Democrats, led by Alex Becic.

The electoral census was passed by the Social Democrats of Ranko Krivokapic and the Social Democrats of Montenegro. Four seats in parliament are likely to be had by the representatives of national minorities: the BosniaK party passed through the "general" electoral threshold from 3.3% of the votes, and the coalitions  "Albanians are determined" and "Albanian coalition", and "the Croatian civil initiative" to pass the census for minority parties, needed only 0.35% of the vote.

Thus the opposition in favor of solving the issue of NATO membership through a referendum was united, receiving a majority in parliament.


The provocations and violations

During the vote in Montenegro 20 Serbian citizens were detained, among them the former head of the Gendarmerie, Bratislav Dikich. They are accused of planning mass riots, which they allegedly wanted to organize during the announcement of the election results in order to eliminate the Prime Minister Djukanovic.

Sources of "Katehon" in Montenegro reported that the arrest came as a surprise, since Dikich was in the same criminal gang that Djukanovic, what has been known over any number of years. In addition, detainees were connected with the Serbian Prime Minister Vucic, who, through the controlled media said that Serbia has no information about the detention of Serb civilians and, most likely, there was ballot stuffing to influence elections and tarnish the pro-Serbian parties.

However, regarding ballot stuffing, reportedly carried out by some unknown force, given that Djukanovic has almost full control of the media, is hard to believe. But the fact that the arrest was made just for the purpose of provocation against the pro-Serbian and anti-NATO forces, is beyond any doubt

In addition, in the evening, during the counting of votes in Montenegro, smart phone apps, messenger and instant messaging services were blocked . This order was received from the Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services, which directly stated that the blocking occurred to counteract "unwanted communication between users."

Recall that during the election day, news came of bribing attempts from members of the Djukanovic DPS to members of the GIC (the Election Commission), and before this the Minister of Internal Affairs of Montenegro Goran Danilovic refused to approve the electoral list because of its unreliability. According to the Interior Ministry, there were "deceased" and citizens who do not have the right to vote, including the very young, who were wrongly on registration rolls. However, the voter lists are were not specified, but the prime minister insisted on the veracity of this statement, which was made by deputy minister of Internal Affairs Dragan Pejanovich.