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United Reform Action

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The Civic Movement United Reform Action (Montenegrin: Građanski Pokret Ujedinjena reformska akcija / Грађански покрет Уједињена реформска акција), commonly known as simply United Reform Action, or by its abbreviation URA, is a social-liberal,[1] progressive and green political party in Montenegro. URA is led by Dritan Abazović, who is also one of its MPs in the Parliament.


Founded in March 2015[2] by Žarko Rakčević, a civil engineer and former member and president of Social Democratic Party, before the 2016 parliamentary election URA had two MPs in the Parliament of Montenegro: Dritan Abazović and Miloš Konatar, both elected in 2012 from the electoral list of Positive Montenegro.

In September 2016, URA decided to enter the Key Coalition with Demos and SNP in order to participate at the forthcoming parliamentary election.[3] The Key Coalition won 11.05% of votes and 9 seats, two of them being won by URA candidates. In 2017, Dritan Abazović was elected as the new party leader.[4]

Civic Movement URA decided to run independently at the 2020 parliamentary election, presenting its green politics and anti-corruption "In black and white" election platform, led by independent candidates, including well known journalist and activist Milka Tadić, some university professors, journalists, civic and NGO activists, with the party leader Dritan Abazović as a ballot carrier.[5] URA electoral list also contains one representative of the Bosniak minority interests Justice and Reconciliation Party, as well of some minor localist parties and initiatives.[6]


Parliamentary elections

Parliament of Montenegro
Year Popular vote % of popular vote Overall seats won ± Alliance Government
2015 Split from Positive Montenegro
2 / 81
Increase 2 opposition
2016 42,295 11.05%
2 / 81
Steady Ključ opposition
2020 22,679 5.54%
4 / 81
Increase 2 government

Presidential elections

President of Montenegro
Year Candidate 1st round votes % of votes 2nd round votes % of votes
2018 Mladen Bojanić[a] 2nd

a Independent candidate, support


  1. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2020). "Montenegro". Parties and Elections in Europe. Retrieved 2 September 2020.
  2. ^ United Reform Action Founding Document
  3. ^ Lekić nosilac liste koalicije "Ključ", Vijesti
  4. ^ Abazović novi predsjednik GP URA,
  5. ^ Šta piše i ko je potpisao platformu "Crno na bijelo": Smjena vlasti će izroditi drugačiju Crnu Goru, Vijesti
  6. ^ SPP Hazbije Kalača podžala Platformu Crno na bijelo, Vijesti, 2 August 2020
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