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„We have no information whether Stoltenberg will accept our invitation, but it would be an opportunity for him to hear relevant facts about the rule of law, the fight against organised crime and corruption, and the ongoing political crisis in Montenegro,“ Nebojsa Medojevic, a Democratic Front leader, told BIRN on Wednesday.
|NATO urged Montenegro to continue implementing reforms | Photo:NATO.
17 Oct 15
Riot Police Break up Montenegro Protests
Several people, including some MPs, are injured as riot police use force to break up peaceful protests in Podgorica on Saturday.
Several people were reportedly injured in the clashes, including MPs. The leader of the opposition Democratic People's Party, Milan Knezevic was reported to have suffered severe injuries.
Police have arrested at least dozen protesters, including two MPs from the opposition alliance, Democratic Front, who staged an "unauthorized" pro-democracy rally.
The police had called the peaceful protesters to move from the square in front of the parliament building after their permit for protests expired on October 10. But the anti-goverment protesters, who were blocking the main streets in the capital Podgorica for days, have ignored the calls to dismantle the camp.
The organizers of the protests claim that over 1000 police special force's officers have "brutally attacked to break up a peaceful and democratic" rally.
"Brutal police violence of [Prime Minister]Milo Djukanovic, has brought Montenegro to the very brink of civil war, and sent a clear message that he is ready to use all means to defend his power," representative of the main opposition party alliance, the Democratic Front, Koca Pavlovic said on Saturday.
A 24-hour demonstration launched in September demanded the creation of an interim government to organise what they say would be Montenegro’s “first ever free and fair elections”. The Democratic Front, joined by several civic and student organizations, accuses Djukanovic's government of widespread corruption, undemocratic practices and election fraud.
|Police have arrested at least dozen protesters, including two MPs from the opposition | Photo: Democratic Front.
Earlier, on Friday, the atmosphere at the rally was festive with people carrying signs, singing songs and shouting chants. Sandwich stands and ice cream trucks were rolled out, providing food and drinks to those attending.
The protest follows months of tension over the country’s new elections legislation which the majority of the opposition sharply criticised because they claimed that it would not provide for a fair vote in elections set for spring 2016.
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