Montenegro postponed electoral law debat for Tuesday

The Montenegrin parliament postponed until Wednesday the debate on electoral law, which was scheduled for Tuesday.

The decision was announced following a meeting between Prime Minister Igor Lukšić and opposition leaders.

Lukšić conferred with leader of the Socialist People’s Party Srdjan Milic, leader of the New Serbian Democracy Andrija Mandić and leader of the Movement for Changes Nebojša Medojević.

Following the meeting, Milić said that the debate on electoral law has been postponed so that competent bodies could try once more to find a solution to the issue regarding the name of the school subject in Montenegrin schools, which is the opposition’s condition for backing the electoral law.

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