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Opposition moves towards boycott – crnogorski sajt na engleskom, Montenegro open, izvještava o bojkotu October 17, 2009

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Ideja bojkota nedemokratskog političkog sistema u Crnoj Gori se počela širiti među građanima i političkim stranakama. Za one koji nisu upoznati sa političkom situacijom može izgledati prilično nevjerovatno da ovo čuju, jer se većina vijesti iz ove male balkanske države govore o njoj kao “prosperitetnoj zemlji koja brzo napreduje ka EU”.

Tri glavne opozicione političke partije su se složile da bojkotuju izbore i to bi mogao biti jedini način da se privuče pažnja evropskih i drugih međunarodnih faktora da izvrše pritisak na crnogorski režim. One su već odlučile da bojkotuju predstojeće lokalne izbore (novembar 2009) u nekoliko crnogorskih gradova.

Prvobitno, ideju bojkota promovisanu od strane opozicije, pokrenuo je istaknuti političar Slavko Perović na svom blogu.. Gospodin Perović je lider Liberalnog saveza Crne Gore (prve opozicione stranke u zemlji), koja je “zamrzla” svoje političke aktivnosti u martu 2005, objašnjavajući da Crna Gora nema osnovnih demokratskih principa koji bi obezbijedili normalno i nezavisno funkcionisanje opozicione partije. Posljednji izbori marta 2009, pokazali su da opozicija zaista nema ni najmanju mogućnost za bilo kakav napredak, jer je vladajuća partija ponovo osvojila više od apsolutne većine  (u nekim gradovima preko 65%).

Nezavisni analitičari smatraju da su promjene nemoguće, jer vladajuca partija ima monopol na sve mehanizme države, koje su naljeđe iz komunističkih vremena..

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The idea of boycotting undemocratic political system in Montenegro started spreading widely among citizens and political parties. For those unfamiliar with political situation, it may seem quite amazing to hear this, since most of news about the tiny Balkan state refers to it as a “prosperous country which is fastly progressing towards EU”.

Three major opposition political parties agreed that boycotting elections could be the only way to attract the attention of European and other international factors to put pressure on Montenegrin regime. They already decided to boycott the upcoming local elections (November 2009) in several Montenegrin towns.

Originally, the idea of boycott was promoted by the prominent opposition politician Slavko Perovic, on his blog. Mr Perovic is leader of Liberal Alliance of Montenegro (first opposition party in the country), which has „frozen“ its political activities in March 2005, explaining that Montenegro lacks basic democratic principles which would ensure normal and independent functioning of an opposition party. Last election of March 2009, proved that opposition indeed doesn’t have even smallest opportunity to make any progress as ruling party won more than absolute majority again (in some towns more than 65%). Independent analysts believe that changes are impossible since ruling party holds the monopoly in all mechanisms of the State, which are remained habits from communist times…

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