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09.09.2011.

Montenegro makes progress in public administration reform, migrations control and border surveillance

Montenegro makes progress in public administration reform, migrations control and border surveillance Podgorica, Montenegro (9 September 2011) – Within the public administration reform process, the Government adopted the Report on the settlement of administrative cases in 2010 on Thursday, 8 September. The report examines key issues related to the direct application of regulations and protection of public interests, and the realisation and protection of natural and legal persons in proceedings before state agencies...

02.09.2011.

Government of Montenegro adopts economic analysis for first half of 2011

Government of Montenegro adopts economic analysis for first half of 2011

Podgorica, Montenegro (2 September 2011) – Government of Montenegro adopted the economic analysis for the first half of 2011 in which it concluded that the international environment had a strong direct and indirect influence on Montenegrin economy, said Tijana Stanković, Assistant to the Finance Minister for economic policy and development following the Cabinet meeting on Thursday...

29.07.2011.

Government successfully implements Action Plan for meeting EU membership criteria

Government successfully implements Action Plan for meeting EU membership criteria

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 July 2011) – The Government of Montenegro has succeeded in fulfilling all the commitments set out in the Action Plan for meeting EU recommendations in the legislative, strategic and analytic aspects in which the European Commission is particularly interested, State Secretary for European Integration Slavica Milačić told the press following the Cabinet meeting on Thursday...

28.07.2011.

Government adopts sustainable strategy for refugees, offers national treatment

Government adopts sustainable strategy for refugees, offers national treatment

Podgorica, Montenegro (28 July 2011) – The Government of Montenegro adopted the strategy offering lasting solution to the issue of displaced persons and refugees and the adjacent action plan, with special reference to the refugee camp Konik, mentioned in the European Commission Opinion as the most pressing refugee-related issue, said Labour and Welfare Minister Suad Numanović following the Cabinet meeting earlier today...

21.07.2011.

Government of Montenegro recognises Libyan National Transitional Council

Government of Montenegro recognises Libyan National Transitional Council

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 July 2011) – The Government of Montenegro adopted the Decision on the recognition of the Libyan National Transitional Council (LNTC) as a legitimate political representative of the Libyan people...

07.07.2011.

Montenegro promotes professional and depoliticised state administration

Montenegro promotes professional and depoliticised state administration

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 July 2011) -- The Government adopted the Draft Law on Civil Servants, as envisaged by the Action Plan for meeting EU membership objectives in the area of state administration reform...

01.07.2011.

Montenegro reinforces rule of law through introducing judicial reforms

Montenegro reinforces rule of law through introducing judicial reforms

With the view to implementing the EC recommendation concerning the strengthening of the rule of law, as one of the key priorities of Montenegro’s EU perspective, the Government adopted on 30 June Bills amending the Law on Public Prosecution, the Law on Judicial Council and the Law on Courts...

16.06.2011.

Government proposes new legislation to boost NGO involvement in policy-making

Government proposes new legislation to boost NGO involvement in policy-making

Podgorica, Montenegro (16 June 2001) – The Government of Montenegro adopted the Draft Law on Non-governmental Organisations, as envisaged by the Action Plan for meeting the European Commission’s key recommendations, Interior Minister Ivan Brajović told the press following the Cabinet meeting earlier today...

03.06.2011.

Montenegrin government puts forward constitutional amendments in line with EU recommendations

Montenegrin government puts forward constitutional amendments in line with EU recommendations

Podgorica, Montenegro (3 June 2011) – The Montenegrin Government has put forward a set of amendments to the Constitution aimed at limiting political influence over key judicial appointments, which is one of the EU’s key recommendations for the national judicial reform...

20.05.2011.

Montenegro introduces “one-stop shops” for company registration

Podgorica, Montenegro (20 May 2011) – Montenegrin Government launched today its “one-stop shops” programme for company registration, with the view to promoting the business environment, by simplifying the administrative procedures...