Democratic Front’s (DF) desire for the opposition to have a common candidate and election list in the forthcoming elections remained unsatisfied. Therefore, this political alliance is already preparing for the presidential elections and it announced it would nominate a non-partisan person as its candidate.
One of DF leaders Andrija Mandic appealed recently to the rest of the opposition not to engage in negotiations with DPS but to prepare to join forces and run together in the elections.
“We are advocating united opposition, which should support a common non-partisan presidential candidate and a single election list on the forthcoming local elections as well as potential snap elections. Montenegro needs that and the unity is guaranteed by protests. DF’s idea is to invest all efforts in the fight against the regime. It is much better and fairer to sit together and talk than to negotiate with PM Dusko Markovic,” Mandic said then.
According to information obtained by Dnevne Novine, DF prepared a public opinion survey in support of its candidate Andrija Jovicevic. The poll was full of suggestive questions designed in such a way that the results of the poll are able to convince part of Montenegrin public that DF has the power to win the presidential elections.