Administrative Committee of the Parliament of Montenegro of the 26th Convocation plans to initiate, at one of the following meetings, the procedure for the appointment of the State Election Commission.
With regard to that, we invite parliamentary majority and parliamentary opposition to submit their proposal of candidates for appointing nine members and deputy members of the State Election Commission, within 10 days from the day of receiving the invitation.
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.
At the First meeting of the Administrative Committee of the 26th Convocation of the Parliament of Montenegro, which has started today, the Committee determined a number of permanent committees.
MP Mr Aleksandar Damjanović has met with the delegation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), upon their initiative. The IMF delegation is staying in Montenegro in order to collect information for preparation of its regular Mission, in accordance with Article IV of the Articles of Agreement of the Fund.