On February 1991, Milo Djukanovic was appointed as prime minister of the first democratically elected government in Montenegro.
On Sunday, Montenegro chose the new president -the former prime minister and a big friend of the "West" Milo Đukanović. In a month he will replace acting head of state Philip Vujanovic, who heads the country for the third consecutive term.
According to the constitution of Montenegro, the president represents the country abroad, promulgates laws, appoints elections to the Assembly, presents state awards, issues an amnesty decree, and is also a member of the Supreme Council of Defense.
Political circus and repressions in the Balkans
As the situation in the World is increasingly more tense, the same is happening in the Western Balkans. The US is actively working to raise tensions in the region, due to the weakening of their power.
On November 24th, a Ukrainian fishing boat that was in distress for two days in the Mediterranean Sea was rescued by a Russian military ship and dragged to Crete for emergency maintenance.
The recent parliamentary election in Montenegro has been a testimony to the most obvious thing: Djukanovic and Co. have already crossed the line of permissiveness and are used to playing with loaded dice in the power race.