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Opposition (Montenegro)

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Leader of the Opposition
Lider opozicije / Лидер опозиције
Milo Đukanović
since 31 August 2020
Term lengthWhile leader of the largest political subject not in government

In Montenegro, the Opposition (Montenegrin: Opozicija / Oпoзициja) is all of the political parties represented in Parliament that are not a part of the Government supported by the parliamentary majority.

The Leader of the Opposition (Montenegrin: Lider opozicije / Лидер опозиције) is the unofficial title held by the leader of the largest party of the opposition.

11th assembly of the Parliament

The main opposition subject in the eleventh assembly of Parliament of Montenegro are the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) of Milo Đukanović, which fall from the power, after ruled the country for 30 years, since the introduction of multi-party system in 1990. The August 2020 parliamentary election resulted in the victory of the lists of parties which were in opposition in the previous parliament convocation; For the Future of Montenegro (DF-SNP-NP), Peace is Our Nation (DCG-Demos), United Reform Action (URA) and the Social Democratic Party (SDP), opposition lists won 43 of the 81 seats in the Parliament of Montenegro, while the ruling DPS, together with the Liberal Party, won only 30 seats, going into opposition after thirty years in power. Three opposition lists For the Future of Montenegro, Peace is Our Nation and United Reform Action, which won a majority of 41 MPs, announced the formation of an coalition government, while the SDP remained in opposition. In the 11th assembly of the Parliament (2020–present), the subjects in parliament that include the opposition are:[1][2]

10th assembly of the Parliament

Since the constitution the 10th assembly of the Montenegrin Parliament the entire opposition (all 39 MPs out of 81 in total) started a collective boycott of all parliamentary sittings, due to claims of electoral fraud at the October 2016 parliamentary elections.The largest opposition group, Democratic Front alliance, decides to end the boycott and return to parliament in December 2017, as did newly formed, United Montenegro.[3] The Social Democratic Party and the Demos both decides to end the boycott and return to parliament, after poor results in May 2018 local elections, as did Socialist People's Party. Leaving Democratic Montenegro and United Reform Action, who remaining in a boycott with the same demands. In the 10th assembly of the Parliament of Montenegro (2016–2020), the subjects in parliament that include the opposition are:[4]

9th assembly of the Parliament

Since the constitution of the 9th assembly of the Montenegrin Parliament, the opposition subjects in the parliament were Democratic Front (DF), Socialist People's Party (SNP) and Positive Montenegro (PCG). The leader of the opposition was Miodrag Lekić, leader of the DF. After Lekić's abandonment of Democratic Front in March 2015, Andrija Mandić became de facto leader of opposition. In January 2016, despite formerly being an opposition party, PCG provided the ruling DPS with 3 votes necessary to win the government confidence vote, after the DPS's coalition partner the SDP left the government coalition due to allegations of electoral fraud and political corruption, leaving the government functioning as a de facto minority government. Provisional government was elected on May 12, 2016, by the Parliament. The provisional governing coalition was formed by ruling DPS and several opposition parties.[5] The subjects in the Parliament that include the opposition were:[6][7]

Leaders of the Opposition (2006–)

Leader
(Birth–Death)
Opposition
subject
Term of office Assembly
convocation
Government
Cabinet
Nebojša Medojević
(1966–)
PzP 10 September 2006 29 March 2009 VII.
(7th)
Šturanović
Đukanović (V)
Srđan Milić
(1965–)
SNP 29 March 2009 14 October 2012 VIII.
(8th)
Lukšić
Miodrag Lekić
(1947–)
DF 14 October 2012 13 March 2015 IX.
(9th)
Đukanović (VI)
Andrija Mandić
(1965–)
NSD
(DF)
13 March 2015 31 August 2020
X.
(10th)
Marković
Aleksa Bečić
(1986–)
DCG 16 October 2016 31 August 2020
Milo Đukanović
(1962–)
DPS 31 August 2020 Incumbent XI.
(11th)
Krivokapić

See also

References

  1. ^ "Konačni rezultati DIK-a: DPS 35.06, "Za budućnost Crne Gore" 32.55 odsto glasova". vijesti.me (in Serbian). Retrieved 2020-08-31.
  2. ^ "Parlamentarni izbori 2020". National Electoral Commission (in me). Retrieved 2020-08-31.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  3. ^ DF prekida bojkot, u Skupštinu se vraća i UCG, Al Jazeera
  4. ^ Ovo su rezultati koje je proglasio DIK, Vijesti
  5. ^ "Montenegro Parliament Set to Oust Speaker", balkaninsight.com
  6. ^ CG: Objavljeni službeni i konačni rezultati izbora, Radio Slobodna Evropa
  7. ^ Vladi Crne Gore izglasano povjerenje!, Kodex portal
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