Montenegrin PM and opposition hold new round of talks about the country’s language

Montenegrin PM Igor Lukšić and opposition parties will hold today a new round of talks on the language taught in schools and the name of that subject.

PZP will table the proposition that the school subject be called native language and literature.

Reching an agreement on the language in schools will open doors for the opposition to support the elections bill at the parliament’s special session scheduled for Tuesday.

The opposition earlier refused Lukšić’s proposal that the school subject be called Montenegrin / native language and literature, whereas the prime minister did not accept the opposition’s initiative that the subject is named Montenegrin, Serbian / native language and literature.

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