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Montenegro

2012 parliamentary elections

17 October 2012


The Socialist International warmly congratulates our two member parties in Montenegro, the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) and the Social Democratic Party of Montenegro (SDPM), on the results of the parliamentary elections held on 14 October. The votes will allow them, with the other members of the coalition and new partners, to form the next government of Montenegro.

The SI is proud of the achievements of our comrades in Montenegro that have allowed consistent progress and advances in building a society which, based on the values and principles that we share, offers today more opportunities and brighter prospects for the future for all their citizens.

In their continuing journey the DPS and the SDPM can count on the support of the Socialist International and we look forward to working further together for our common goal of strengthening and advancing social democracy.



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