The government withdrew the decision on the dissolution of the Šavnik Social Security Administration and the introduction of forced administration

"The decision had to be withdrawn, because 'the first in time is the strongest in the right,'" explained the Vijesti source. Another source said that they were not informed of the decision in the Ministry of Public Administration, on whose proposal the decision was made

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Government Building, Photo: Luka Zeković
Government Building, Photo: Luka Zeković
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Today, the Government of Montenegro withdrew the Decision on the dissolution of the assembly in Šavnik and the appointment of a board of trustees that was supposed to perform the function of the Municipal Assembly (SO) until the constitution of a new convocation of the parliament, Vijesti has learned unofficially.

The withdrawal of the decision came about, as unofficially explained to Vijesti from the Government, because the decision with the Šavnik SO on shortening the mandate of the Šavnik SO came into force yesterday - the day of its adoption, and the Government's decision was supposed to come into force on the day of its publication in the Official Gazette.

"The decision had to be withdrawn, because 'the first in time is the strongest in the right,'" explained the Vijesti source.

Another source told Vijesti that they were not informed of the decision in the Ministry of Public Administration, on whose proposal the decision was made.

Minister of Public Administration Maraš Dukaj announced yesterday that forced administration was introduced in the municipalities of Šavnik and Andrijevica.

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