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18.05.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet Session

Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro (18 May 2016) – The Government of Montenegro confirmed the Draft Law amending the Law on Hydrocarbons. The applicable law stipulates the obligation of determining and submitting the Draft Law on the Fund for hydrocarbons to the Parliament of Montenegro until 31 December 2014...

12.05.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (12 May 2016) -- In order to improve the work of the public administration, the Montenegrin Government at today’s session approved the Draft Amendments to the Law on Central Population Register. The proposed provisions provide for the transfer of responsibilities for keeping the Central Population Register from the Ministry for Information Society and Telecommunications to the Ministry of the Interior...

22.04.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (22 April 2016) – At its yesterday’s session, the Montenegrin Government approved the Draft Amendments to the Law on State Administration, which adoption was necessary to comply with the provisions of the new Law on Administrative Procedure. The proposed amendments are aimed at improving the application of the provisions of the Law on Civil Servants in terms of termination of the term of office and dismissal of the head of an administration, as well as their rights and obligations...

31.03.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (1 April 2016) – On occasion of marking the tenth anniversary of the restoration of Montenegro's independence, the Cabinet at its yesterday’s session approved the Draft Amendments to the Law on State Decorations and Awards...

24.03.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (24 March 21016) -- The Government of Montenegro, at today’s session, approved the Draft Amendments to the Law on Veterinary Medicine, whose adoption is necessary to comply with the provisions of the new Law on Administrative Procedure...

10.03.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (11 March 2016) -- Within the implementation of the European agenda, the Government of Montenegro, at today’s session, adopted the Information on the implementation of the IPARD-like project of building infrastructural capacity in agriculture and rural development in Montenegro...

03.03.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet session

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (3 March 2016) - In order to protect the material position of pension and disability insurance beneficiaries, the Government of Montenegro, at today's session, approved the Bill Amending the Law on Pension and Disability Insurance, according to which pensions will be increased by 3% ,and the lowest pensions by 20% starting on 1 July 2016...

18.02.2016.

Montenegro Cabinet's session

Montenegro Cabinet

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 February 2016) -- At today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet tasked Deputy Prime Minister Duško Marković to manage the work of the Ministry of the Interior until the new minister is appointed. The decision came after the Parliament had relieved Raško Konjević of the duty of interior minister...

11.02.2016.

Montenegro's Cabinet meeting

Montenegro

Podgorica, Montenegro (11 February 2016) – At yesterday’s sitting, the Montenegrin Cabinet approved the 2016 Programme of construction, maintenance, reconstruction and modernisation of the railway infrastructure. The funds approved by the programme for priority works, maintenance and construction of electrical infrastructure and financing management and regulation of traffic are prescribed by the Budget of Montenegro in the amount of EUR 6.8 million...

29.01.2016.

Montenegro Cabinet's session

Montenegro Cabinet

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 January 2016) – At the session of the Government held earlier today, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović thanked the Cabinet members for their excellent performance in the Parliament during a three-days debate on a vote of confidence to the Government. The Prime Minister said that the intention to overthrow the government opposes the idea of real consideration of its results, adding that this experience has confirmed that the Government should continue exercising its rights and fulfiling its commitments responsibly...