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.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.People''s Concord of Montenegro or National Unity of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Narodna sloga Crne Gore/ , NSCG) is a de facto inactive political party in the Montenegro. It''s President is controversial Montenegrin activist, Novak Kilibarda.It was created after Novak Kilibarda, president of the notable People''s Party of Montenegro, abandoned the main pursuits and the political ideology and created a small, his own, party. It was named to emulate national unity of the Montenegrins and the controversial "National Unity" coalition that Kilibarda headed between the People''s Party of Montenegro and the Liberal Alliance of Montenegro. The main difference is that the People''s Party, which was in the Victory is of Montenegro coalition under Milo ukanovi , decided to go back into the opposition because of the problems that came out regarding proposals of an independent Montenegro - NS CG was strictly pro-Serbian.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Together for Change (Serbian: , , Zajedno za Promjene, ZZP) was a political alliance in Montenegro that existed from 2001 to 2006, originally known as Together for Yugoslavia ( , ZZJ). It based itself upon the necessity for a united Yugoslav state with Serbia. Predrag Bulatovi was its wingleader. The pro-European semi-conservative coalition also based itself on economic and democratic reforms, bringing down of the authoritarian regime of Milo ukanovi . The political alliance merged after a drastic change within the Socialist People's Party of Montenegro. With Slobodan Milo evi and his SPS defeated in Serbia and him on trial at the Hague, SNP CG lost its main financial supplier and room was made for the democratic wing under Predrag Bulatovic to come to prominence.
The 8th edition of the Mediterranean Games was held in Split, Yugoslavia (in present-day Croatia) from 15 to 29 September 1979. Fourteen nations competed in 26 different sports.The games' mascot was the Mediterranean Monk Seal Adrijana.Yugoslavia men's national water polo team was the national water polo team that represented the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (1920-1929), the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1929-1941), the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (1946-1963), the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1963-1992), and after the split of SFR Yugoslavia, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1994-2002), before it changed its name to Serbia and Montenegro.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Svetozar Vukmanovi? "Tempo" (14 August 1912 in Podgora village near Cetinje, Kingdom of Montenegro ? 6 December 2000 in Re?evi?i village near Budva, Montenegro, FR Yugoslavia) was a leading Montenegrin communist and member of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia. During World War II he served on the Supreme Staff, went on missions to Bulgaria, Greece, and Albania, and became Josip Broz Tito's personal representative in Macedonia. He held high positions in the postwar government, and was proclaimed a People's Hero of Yugoslavia.
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