At today’s continuation of its First meeting, the Administrative Committee of the Parliament of Montenegro has noted that parliamentary parties and coalitions from among the majority have submitted proposals of candidates for the composition of the standing committees of the 26th Convocation of the Parliament of Montenegro, while parliamentary parties and coalitions from among the opposition have not. With regard to that, the Committee has established a list of candidates in line with submitted proposals, and in accordance with Article 36 of the parliamentary Rules of Procedure, which says that members of committees shall be elected upon the proposals of MP groups, whereas, composition shall be considered to be full in terms of quorum for work and deciding, provided that more than a half of committee members have been elected.

Appendix: List of candidates for the election of chairpersons and members of the standing committees of the 26th Convocation of the Parliament of Montenegro

Standing committees established 

President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Ivan Brajović today met with the ambassadors of the European Union member states to Montenegro. The gathering was hosted by Head of the EU Delegation to Montenegro Mr Aivo Orav and Ambassador of the Republic of Slovakia, presiding EU country, Mr Roman Hloben. As Mr Hloben said, today’s meeting is the last meeting with the ambassadors of the European Union in Podgorica under the Slovak presidency of the EU.

 

Hotel “Centre Ville” at 9:30h

The Belgian Parliament has just ratified the NATO Accession Protocol for Montenegro. 101 MPs voted “for”, 2 “against” and 15 “abstained”.

 

President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Ivan Brajović has congratulated the 15th December - Liberation Day to the citizens of Tuzi. The congratulatory message, inter alia, says that Tuzi shares with Podgorica and with the whole Montenegro the achievements of the previous decades as well as the challenges in front of us. 

President Brajović met President of the Luxembourgish Chamber of Deputies and high officials of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly

 

Former President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Marko Matković has been buried in Herceg Novi today.

The Second Sitting of the Second Ordinary - Autumn Session of the Parliament of Montenegro in 2016 will be continued on Friday, 16 December 2016, in the building of the Local Assembly of the Old Royal Capital Cetinje, starting at 13:00h.

 

With regard to the death of Mr Marko Matković, former President of the Parliament of Montenegro in the period 1985-1986, President of the Parliament Mr Ivan Brajović has sent a letter of condolences to his family: