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Transition in Montenegro, Report No. 21

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Transition in Montenegro, Report No. 21

Publisher: Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM), Montenegro

Date: April 2004

Volume: 34 pages, pdf


One of the main strategic objectives of the CEDEM is to monitor and analyse the transition process in Montenegro and state its opinion thereof on the basis of analysis as presented in public reports and thereupon influence public opinion. After the parliamentary elections in Montenegro held in May 1998, the CEDEM decided to observe Montenegrin transition, besides other elements of Montenegrin society, in terms of the legislation (the process of passing laws and the parliamentary proceedings), media and privatisation analysis. Since then, we have published reports titled "Transition in Montenegro: Legislation, Media and Privatisation". In 1999, 2000, 2001,2002 and 2003 we published four quarterly reports respectively, and the last one of four always represents a kind of conclusion about the trends in the previous year. The same project is being modified and widened in the year 2004. In regard to the previous period we shall be dealing with more issues with somewhat changed content Since they cover an alive and uncertain process, the reports are greatly conditioned by the time and circumstances. They contain evaluations of events and processes the way we see them, striving to be as objective as possible.