Montenegrins go to the polls soon. But the elections are not likely to change the deadlock on the independence issue by Zeljko Ivanovic PODGORICA, Montenegro–The 22 April parliamentary elections in Montenegro will be a referendum-like exercise on the international status of the tiny republic. Political parties are divided into two groupings, but just about the […]

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