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MARKOVIC IN THE ASSEMBLY 27. 11. 2018.   >>  18:38 0


Government does not want applause but results

The government does not send political messages to citizens, but rather works towards citizens’ better living, Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said in the Assembly, adding that this was not the right moment to increase the minimum wage, eliminate the crisis tax and reduce the excise taxes on fuel.

Social Democratic Party MP Ranko Krivokapic asked why the government refuses to accept their initiative to increase minimum wages, eliminate crisis tax and reduce excise taxes on fuel.

"Social justice is in our hands, without social justice, small states are not stable," Krivokapic said. "The growth that goes into a small number of pockets is a social bomb", Krivokapic said.

During Prime Minister's Question session, Markovic responded to Krivokapic that the government has not been sending political messages to citizens.

"The government is working towards citizens’ better living, we know it's difficult, we know that this is not visible now, but we are sure it will be," Markovic said and recalled that economic growth last year was 4.7 percent and 4.8 percent in the first half of this year.

"These are the highest growth rates since 2009 and among largest in Europe. This trend has contributed to the creation of new jobs. The number of employees in Montenegro has increased by 11,000 in two years of work of this Government," Markovic said.

Speaking about the increase in the minimum wage, Markovic said that this increase could mean higher pensions, but on the other hand it could lead to an increase in unemployment. He explains that the least productive workers could bring it into the gray zone or the transition to black work.

"Priority is the same concern for all workers," Markovic said and added that it was not the right time for the SDP proposals.

"This government would be prized if it did what you propose, but our public finances and economics would get back to the start. This government does not want applause, this government wants results, “Markovic said.

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