Prime Minister of Montenegro, Zdravko Krivokapi, could decide on the election of the President of the Administrative Court at the session of the Judicial Council on February 25, several lawyers told Vijesti yesterday, while the Judicial Council did not provide an answer whether this could be disputable.
"This process has gone through several phases of harmonization and from the point of view of the Government, it is completely ready for signing," said Zdravko Krivokapi.
Vlada Crne Gore je na dananjoj sjednici usvojila informaciju i iskazala apsolutnu spremnost za potpisivanje Temeljnog ugovora sa SPC, u najkraem vremenskom roku. pic.twitter.com/ypqkOwBGsG
The initiative was signed by 31 deputies, and the backbone consists of representatives of the Civic Movement URA headed by Dritan Abazovic.
The motion said they "will not simulate processes, delay and destroy the majority's will of citizens who want stability, reforms and the path to the European Union".
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.