Frrok Çupi uncovers the strong behind-the-scenes of the Meta-Berisha meeting: The former president sold secret information to the Russian agency
Begaj goes to Shkodër tomorrow, meeting with the mayor Bardh Spahia, here is what is expected to be discussed
The Ministry of Health comes out with an important announcement: What is happening with the pandemic in our country
Kokalari does not stop, after Berisha, another of his supporters attacks: He graduated from the Faculty of Law by correspondence 2 years ago, I am not afraid of any of you
The journalist breaks the strong statement: The cyber attacks were carried out from the Albanian territory, that's why they blocked the TIMS system
Weather forecast, what is expected to happen with the temperatures tomorrow
Met the new head of the FRPD, Evi Kokalari explodes at Berisha: Shame on you, you deserved Lulzim Basha, dear sir
A police officer and a soldier, part of criminal groups / Police in an emergency conference, the details of the super-operation are revealed: They were contract killers
Dritan Abazovic in the "thread"! He signed the agreement with the Serbian Church a few weeks ago, this is what awaits the Prime Minister of Montenegro today
Written by SOT.COM.AL 19 Gusht 2022
The government of Montenegro headed by the Albanian Dritan Abazovic will face a vote of no confidence today.
The initiative to call the motion was made by the Democratic Socialist Party of president Milo Djukanovic, supported by five parties.
There are 36 signatures collected so far by the deputies for calling this session, but five more are needed.
Abazovic was elected Prime Minister of Montenegro on April 28.
The motion of no confidence in the government led by Abaqzovic was called after the agreement with the Serbian Orthodox Church.
The Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dritan Abazovic, confirmed in early August that he had signed the Basic Agreement between Montenegro and the Serbian Orthodox Church, which provides for the regulation of relations between Montenegro and the Belgrade-based Serbian Orthodox Church.
The Basic Agreement on the relations between the state of Montenegro and the Serbian Orthodox Church mainly contains the obligations of the state and institutions towards this religious community.
The Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro is granted the extraterritoriality of religious objects, the possibility of religious education in public schools is opened, its subjectivity is recognized for six centuries longer than the Serbian Orthodox Church has in Serbia, it is given public-juridical powers and in in some areas, it provides equal legal status with state institutions.