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Montenegro

DJUKANOVIC SAID 20. 09. 2018.   >>  17:24 0

DJUKANOVIC SAID

I expect an agreement between the Government and trade unions

Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic expects the government and trade unions to agree on the issue of the Draft Law on Amendments to the Law on Pension and Disability Insurance (PIO) and that radical moves won’t be necessary.

"I am optimistic that a solution will be found between the competent Ministry and the Government on the one hand and unions on the other, and that Montenegro will continue to develop in a coherent economic and democratic way," Djukanovic told reporters after the opening of the Ministerial Conference entitled The Foundation of the Future.
The Union of Free Trade Unions (USSCG) and the Union of Trade Unions (SSCG) announced earlier that they will petition for calling a referendum if their joint proposal to the Draft Law on PIO is not accepted. The unions also announced the possibility of organizing protests or a general strike, unless the parliament supported the initiative to call a referendum.
 Djukanovic said he was an optimist and believed that there would be no need for any radical moves.
"I believe that there will be no need for anything that would call into question the very important quality of Montenegrin society today, which is a social-political and security stability," Djukanovic said.

He said that, as prime minister, he often had the opportunity to face such problems.

"I understand the position of the trade unions and their desire to protect what are labor interests. Sometimes these interests do not coincide with what is the strategy of future economic and social development of the country, "said Djukanovic.

 

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