Montenegro govt loses majority in no-confidence vote
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A NO-CONFIDENCE motion was passed by Montenegro’s parliament today, paving the way for the end of the current ruling government and the beginning of a fresh round of political upheaval in the Adriatic nation.,
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The motion passed shortly after midnight with 50 votes, with only one MP voting against it, while the rest of the 81-seat parliament’s members boycotted the measure.