The ruling Montenegrin party’s hopes to win the elections largely rest on a charming French lady who landed the first Montenegrin airliner The Montenegrin election committee said there were 448,502 voters in Montenegro, but the National Unity coalition had not received the unconditionally demanded computer disc with their names. However, the coalition has no further […]
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