Montenegro's newly-elected president Jakov Milatovic (centre) celebrates the electoral results in Podgorica. Photo: EPA-EFE/BORIS PEJOVIC
"A significant number of citizens in Cetinje do not approve of Milatovic's politics so he could have inconveniences during the inauguration," Adzic told a parliamentary defence and security committee hearing.
Democratic Front leaders Milan Knezevic (L) and Andrija Mandic (R) at a pre-election rally in Podgorica, Montenegro in March. Photo: EPA-EFE/BORIS PEJOVIC
Defence lawyer Miroje Jovanovic asked the court to separate the proceedings against Mandic, Knezevic and Mandic's driver Mihailo Cadjenovic from the other ten defendants as the secret files apparently do not relate to them.
Former president of the Montenegrin Supreme Court Vesna Medenica at a press conference. Photo: PR Centar
In the transcripts of the conversations using the encrypted messaging application Sky ECC, Milos Medenica claimed his mother was aware of their illegal business and said that they can expect protection from her.
Media reported that she was arrested for abuse of office.
Some of the Montenegrin media speculate that the current prime minister is "already former" and that it is certain that he will be replaced by the president of Demos, Miodrag Leki.
Consultations on that have already started unofficially within the three coalitions, which form the parliamentary majority, Novosti has learned.