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Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Mars 2023
After 34 years of almost uninterrupted rule by Milo Djukanovic, the Republic of Montenegro may have a new president on April 2, when the second round of presidential elections will be held.
Challenger Jakov Milatovic may emerge victorious, according to polls and the range of political parties supporting him.
"I was 3 years old when Mr. Djukanovic entered Montenegrin politics. Enough is enough. I think the time has come to put an end to his policy, which has not been positive and in recent years has divided us, impoverished us and forced residents to leave the country. Over 100,000 people left Montenegro during Djukanovic's government," said Milatovic.
Milatovic was Minister of Economic Development in former Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic's government, which was formed after winning the 2020 parliamentary elections. Although his policies have been praised by citizens, economists believe that Milatovic's reforms will lead Montenegro towards a Greek scenario.
"Our victory will be sealed on April 2 and it will be the victory of free Montenegro. The victory of a more beautiful, richer and fairer Montenegro. A victory for all of us", declared Milatovic
After the presidential elections, the parliamentary ones await the small Balkan state on June 11. Their result will largely depend on that of the presidential elections, and the residents of Montenegro hope that the country will emerge from the institutional crisis that has engulfed it for two years, due to governmental instability.