Montenegrin lawmakers on Wednesday will meet to approve a new cabinet after the ruling and opposition parties agreed on forming a transitional government to organize parliamentary elections by the end of this year.
It is expected that MPs at the same session will adopt a special law to legally define the implementation of the agreement and how state resources can be used.
A Montenegrin opposition politician on Wednesday accused the government of treating the nation's cultural heritage as "market goods" after the Austro-Hungarian Mamula fortress on the coast was offered on a lease for a luxury tourist complex.
Following a two-month political crisis over who should run the capital city, Montenegro's Social Democratic Party, SDP, which is led by the speaker of parliament, Ranko Krivokapic, has asked the opposition parties to support the formation of a provisional "technical" government.
SDP-DPS Feud Escalates
Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic has set May 25 as the date for local elections, which will be held in accordance with the new EU-backed electoral law.
Elections will duly take place in Podgorica, Bar, Bijelo Polje, Danilovgrad, Zabljak, Kolasin, Plav, Pluzine, Pljevlja, Rozaje Savnik and Gusinje, Vujanovic said.