Prime Minister of Montenegro has no majority

Prime Minister of Montenegro has no majority

World October 16, 2016 22:42

- The Socialist Party DPS Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has won the parliamentary elections in Montenegro. However, the party has not obtained an absolute majority, making a coalition Djukanovc need to follow up his 24 years at the center of power.

According to a poll after counting 71 percent of the vote, DPS receives 41 percent and with 36 of the 81 seats. The largest opposition party Democratic Front (DF) took 20 percent of the vote, which amounts to 18 seats.

The results indicate that it is difficult for the DPS to form a government. Djukanovic reigns with short breaks for 24 years in Montenegro or as prime minister or president. Critics accuse him of having used his position for personal enrichment. These elections were largely about the corruption allegations.

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