Postponed thematic session of the Government on laws related to IBAR

Several interlocutors of "Vijesti" from the Government said that they do not know the reason for the postponement of the session that was announced for tomorrow.

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From one of the previous sessions, Photo: Government of Montenegro
From one of the previous sessions, Photo: Government of Montenegro
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The meeting of the Government of Montenegro announced for tomorrow by Prime Minister Milojko Spajić, at which a set of laws related to obtaining the Report on Assessment of Fulfillment of Temporary Benchmarks (IBAR) was supposed to be determined, will not be held, "Vijesti" has learned.

The session was postponed until Monday, and several interlocutors of "Vijesti" from the Government said that they did not know the reason for the postponement.

Spajić announced that the topic will exclusively be European integration.

"We will have the opportunity regarding all the laws, which are related to the European agenda, we will have a session tomorrow and we will be able to discuss it. We are duplicating the work, I did not have time to familiarize myself with all the details of the law, there are too many laws, too much of everything" , Spajić stated earlier today.

He also announced that in the next ten days he will hold consultations with all social factors regarding European integration. As he said, he will invite heads of parliamentary clubs, representatives of councils of minorities and all nations, non-governmental organizations and other actors, in order to create a strategic path for Montenegro towards the European Union.

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