The Higher Court in Montenegro on Thursday sentenced 13 people, including two Russian military intelligence officers and two opposition leaders, to up to 15 years in prison for staging an attempted coup in 2016.
They were found guilty of plotting to commit "terrorist acts" and undermine the constitutional order of Montenegro during the parliamentary elections in October 2016.
The agency cites information coming from the Assembly to say that Srdjan Nogo and Zoran Radojicic have left the group.
The members of the Assembly from Dveri - Marija Janjusevic, Dragan Vesovic, Ivan Kostic, Bosko Obradovic, and Zoran Radojicic - are now listed as people's deputies who are not members of any group.
Earlier, Miladin Sevarlic also left the club.
It is always useful to refer back to old newspapers and realize either how different, how similar or even how timely things that were written years ago still are. I was reading an article by Kathimerini founder Georgios Vlachos, written on February 23, 1947. Different times, different conditions and threats.
Belgrade's protests ended, and people went home after special forces of the Serbian police took out protesters from the nation's RTS television, TASS reported.
Opposition Leaders Dragan Dzillas and Bosko Obradovic, leader of the Dveri Party, were among the last out of the RTS building. Then the gathered tried to penetrate the building again, but the police pushed them with shields.
Ahead of a no-confidence debate starting in Parliament on Tuesday, independent lawmaker Aristides Fokas announced he is joining the ranks of the Independent Greeks (ANEL).
"We will join the fight with ANEL from now on," he told journalists outside Parliament, standing next to party leader Panos Kammenos.
Fokas was previously an MP with the Union of Centrists.