13 June 1998 “We do not recognize” and “it doesn’t exist” are the two most frequent replies you will get in Podgorica for any question regarding the federal government. The Montenegrin authorities do not recognize the federal parliament, while the Belgrade regime maintains that the outcome of the Montenegrin elections shouldn’t affect the composition of […]

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