The restructuring of the Montenegrin government boiled down to the ousting of the internal affairs minister which was a screen which has (so far) hidden conflicts within the police and between the police and the authorities Former justice minister Filip Vujanovic was appointed Montenegrin police minister while his old job went to Miodrag Laktovic, deputy […]
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