Budva is the capital of Montenegrin tourism it is town of party, beautiful beaches and many entertaiments for all ages a place where you can find everything you want. This tour will take you through the narrow streets of the Old town of Budva where you be able to see city walls, Mediterranean stone houses, small squares, churches and many small souvenir and other shops. On way out of the old you can see the Island St. Nikola and three most popular sandy beaches Mogren, Richards Head and Pizana.You will be in opportunity to walk along beautiful promenade at seaside with a lot of fancy restaurant. After a short walk we will take to the most special place in Montenegro which is the favourite spot for many international celebrities, St Stefan.St. Stefan is charming luxury resort in small islet was a small fishing village and thanks to reconstructions and absolut transformation it turned to Lux resort at sixties.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sava Kova?evi? (1905 ? June 13, 1943) was a Montenegrin partisan commander during World War II. Kova?evi? was born in Nudo, close to Nik?i?, to a family of Montenegrin peasants. In his early age he worked as a blacksmith and adopted Communism, becoming a member of Communist Party of Yugoslavia in 1925. He gradually rose through the ranks of Party and became one of the Communist leaders in Montenegro. He was often arrested for his Communist activities.
The research purpose is to explore the political activity of Albanian minority parties and set an explanatory basis for their continued cooperation with the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) in Montenegro. Aiming to unveil the political activity and performance of Albanian minority parties within the period 1998-2016, the research employs a combination of representation and participation concepts. It examines the performance of Albanian minority parties within the parliamentary elections, the performance of Albanian minority parties MPs in the period 1998-2016 and it finally explores the perception of the Albanian minority community and its MPs regarding the performance of Albanian minority parties. As a result, the research implies that the electoral performance of Albanian minority parties varied within this period due to various circumstances. The political activity of Albanian minority parties MPs within the legislative seems to be impactless, as the percentage of the passed amendments is low and certain vested rights are deprived. Finally, the perception of the minority community and its MPs isn't in favor of the provided outputs.
The Montenegrin Orthodox Church is a religious group acting in Montenegro and Montenegrin emigration circles - the town of Lov enac in Serbia's northern province of Vojvodina) and the Montenegrin emigration colony in Argentina. In an opt between the Serbian and Montenegrin Orthodox Churches, 29.36% Montenegro's Eastern Orthodox Christians have opted for the MOC. 70.64% have opted for the Serbian Orthodox Church. MOC considers itself to be the sole legitimate representative of Orthodox Christianity in Montenegro. MOC also lays claim to all Orthodox Christian property in Montenegro that's in possession of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC). From time to time, MOC's members and supporters have attempted to claim some of these structures (mostly in the Cetinje municipal area). The MOC was created in Cetinje on October 31, 1993 by Antonije Abramovi and Liberal Alliance of Montenegro (LSCG), a political party that existed at the time. At the time, Montenegro was part of the federal state with Serbia called the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which was formed a year earlier following a 1992 referendum.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Serbian Radical Party is a far-right ultra-nationalist political party in Serbia founded in 1991. The party was active in the Republika Srpska and the Republic of Serbian Krajina in the early 1990s. The SRS has branches in three of today''s nations which border Serbia, all were previously federal republics of the former Yugoslavia. It is registered as Party of Serb Radicals in Montenegro, and Serbian Radical Party of the Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Croatia former members of Serbian Radical Party active during the existence of Republic of Serb Krajina founded Party of Danube Serbs and broke its ties with today''s Serbian Radical Party. In 2006 in the neighboring nation, the Republic of Macedonia, a Radical Party of Serbs in Macedonia was registered and it contested the 2006 Parliamentary elections.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Socialist People''s Party of Montenegro is a socialist opposition political party in Montenegro. It has 16 MPs in the Parliament of Montenegro, which it won on the 2009 parliamentary election. Currently the largest opposition party, it is strictly pro-European Union and aims at deposing the ruling DPS-SDP coalition as its main goal. In the late 1990s a rift inside the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro came out. On the Montenegrin presidential election, 1997, aside then''s President of the Republic and the Party Momir Bulatovi , the Premier of Montenegro and party''s vice-president Milo ukanovi ran too, leading a reforming wing opposing mainstream DPS CG''s political attitudes regarding support of Serbian president Slobodan Milo evi . The ruling parties of the Republic of Serbia, SPS and SRS, have soundly and firmly stood on Momir''s side, while the opposition in Serbia gave their support in Milo.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Radovan Zogovi was one of the greatest Montenegrin poets of the 20th century. He was born in Ma nica, Plav, in north-eastern Montenegro on August 19 of 1907. Before the World War II he lived in Skopje, Zagreb and Belgrade and joined Communist Party of Yugoslavia. His first book of poetry, Glineni golubovi, was banned by Yugoslav royal regime. After the World War II he was briefly one of the most important figures in Yugoslav government, but was expelled from the League of Communists and put under house arrest in 1948. He was accused for being pro-Russian and for Montenegrin nationalism among else. In the late 1960s he was semi-rehabilitated and in that period his best works were published: poetry collections ilama za kamen, Artikulisana rije , Li no, sasvim li no and Knja eska kancelarija.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The d'Hondt method (mathematically but not operationally equivalent to Jefferson's method, and Bader-Ofer method) is a highest averages method for allocating seats in party-list proportional representation. The method is named after Belgian mathematician Victor D'Hondt. This system is less proportional than the other popular divisor method, Sainte-Laguë, because d'Hondt slightly favors large parties and coalitions over scattered small parties. Legislatures using this system include those of Albania, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, East Timor, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela and Wales.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sekula Drljevi , also transcribed as Sekule Drljevi (Montenegrin Cyrillic: e or ), (1884 1945) was a Montenegrin politician, lawyer, and author. His political views and ideological aims ranged wildly and changed frequently during his career in politics. Initially a fiery proponent of Serb unification, Drljevi then became the founder of the pro-Greens Montenegrin Federalist Party that supported Montenegrin sovereignty during the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, only to eventually end up as the figurehead of the Montenegrin fascist puppet state created by the Axis forces in 1941. Later during World War II, Drljevi served for the fascist Ustashi in hopes of forming a militia force that would influence matters on the ground in Montenegro where a chaotic battle was raging. After the war, Drljevi was trialed for war crimes and Nazi collaboration, as well the responsibility for the deaths of tens of thousands of people.