23 April 1996Constitutional changes: Montenegro Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic spoke out on February 9 against changes in the Yugoslav Constitution because there is “no need but if someone asks for them” he threatened not to allow the changes “through the Montenegrin parliament”. The Federation: “the situation in the federal state is unsatisfactory, primarily because its […]

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