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Ms Maja VUKIĆEVIĆ (Montenegro, NR)

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Democratic People's Party

Skupština Crne Gore
ME - 81000 - Podgorica

Working language: English

Declarations of interests:
2023 , 2022 , 2021


In the political groups

  • Member: Members not belonging to a Political Group since 25/01/2021

In the Assembly

  • since 25/01/2021 Representative - Montenegro

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)

  • Vice-President of the Assembly: Bureau of the Assembly (since 24/01/2022)
  • Vice-President of the Assembly: Standing Committee (since 24/01/2022)
  • Full Member: Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy (since 25/01/2021)
  • Chairperson of national delegation: Standing Committee (since 25/01/2021)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on External Relations (since 27/01/2022)


Last speeches

21/06/2023 | 18:58:07 Thank you. The debate is closed. The Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons has presented a draft resolution, Document 15785, to which no amendments have been tabled. We will now proceed to vote on the draft resolution contained in Document 15785. A simple majority is required. The vote is now open. The vote is closed.  I call for the result to be displayed.  The draft resolution in Document 15785 is adopted. The Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons has... 24/04/2023 | 15:51:36 Thank you, Mister President. First of all, I would like to thank our rapporteur Mr Joseph O'REILLY and Mr Ian LIDDELL-GRAINGER, as well as all the members of the observation mission of the presidential elections in Montenegro for their devoted work over the past months. As you are all aware, we had two rounds of presidential elections: the first one was held on 19 March, and the second on 2 April this year, with the participation of two candidates, Mr Milo Đukanović, who was supported by the... 21/04/2021 | 19:25:44 Thank you. I hope you can hear me now. I have carefully read your report and I agree that we still have some problems in key areas as you have noticed. The Montenegrin judiciary has long been identified as the main problem. As you have noted, several judges have been elected in more than two permitted terms, whereas at the moment there are also more than forty judges who formally meet the conditions for retirement. I agree that there were several court decisions which annulled the illegal...