Week in review: Most popular stories on CdM from the week of Dec. 7, 2020

A look back at the headlines from the week of December 7 through December 13. In case you missed some of our top stories, now is the right time to skim through them. Stay informed with CdM. A busy sports day is ahead of us – follow it on CdM.

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  1. Patriotic car convoy: Herceg Novi is not a Serbian town

Patriotic groups have organized car convoys in the town of Herceg Novi. Their key messages were ‘Let’s not give up on our homeland’ and ‘Herceg Novi is not a Serbian town’.

  1. New coronavirus measures imposed

A novelty is that people are prohibited from leaving their homes from 10 pm to 5 am the following day, markets will be open from 7 am to 8 pm, hospitality venues from 7 am to 6 pm…

Ban of intercity passenger traffic is prohibited from Friday 10 pm to Monday at 5 am.

  1. Lady minister impressed the public with a message on her laptop

Beside her very impressive biography, Minister of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media, Ms Tamara Srzentić, impressed the public with the messages on her laptop, clearly conveying the importance of strengthening the position of women in the society.

  1. Lubarda replaced with Prijić in PM’s cabinet

Prime Minister, Mr Zdravko Krivokapić, took off the painting of Petar Lubarda in his cabinet and pinned up the one of Aleksandar Aco Prijić.

  1. Health Minister Borovinić Bojović doesn’t recognize independence of Kosovo

Minister of Health, Dr Jelena Borovinić-Bojović, caused a scandal today with the document about new coronavirus measures by marking Kosovo with asterisk, although Montenegro recognized Kosovo as an independent state.

  1. CdM learns: Neurologist Ljiljana Radulović, a daughter of Branko Radulović, candidate for director of the Clinical Center

Neurologist Ljiljana Radulović, a daughter of the high-ranking official of the Movement for Changes, is the most serious candidate for the head of the Clinical Center of Montenegro, CdM has learnt.

  1. Mijač: Enough of mudslinging Montenegro and Đukanović, we won’t stay silent anymore

“It’s time to gather again to defend what’s most sacred to us – Montenegro. I call on all Montenegrins to hear each other, not to calculate, to stand by the president of our country and follow his path, because every other way is leading us into a downfall. We must not forget what Mr Milo Đukanović did for Montenegro and we must no longer allow the mud-slinging of the President, as well as the attempts to discredit him personally and politically, because it’s not just an attack on him, but on all of us. That is why we must not stay silent anymore. Enough of insults and humiliations. You can’t do it anymore, we won’t allow it.”

Mijač: Enough of mudslinging Montenegro and Đukanović, we won’t stay silent anymore

  1. Marković hands over duty to Krivokapić

Former Prime Minister, Mr Duško Marković, welcomed this morning in the Government the new Prime Minister, Mr Zdravko Krivokapić.

Marković hands over duty to Krivokapić

  1. Medojević: This is scandalous, people were deceived – Krivokapić named closest Marković’s ally as Chief EU negotiator

One of the leaders of the Democratic Front, DF, Mr Nebojša Medojević, again tweeted and criticized PM Zdravko Krivokapić. He posted that the people were deceived, as the PM named Ms Zorka Kordić, a closest ally of the former PM, Duško Marković, as the Chief EU Negotiator.

  1. What did Đukanović and Abazović talk about?

Before the 2BS Forum started, cameras of Prva TV spotted the informal conversation between President of Montenegro, Mr Milo Đukanović, and Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Dritan Abazović.

What did Đukanović and Abazović talk about?



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