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Montenegro

PAZIN ANNOUNCED 13. 01. 2020.   >>  19:07 0

PAZIN ANNOUNCED

Ready for a dialogue with the Metropolitanate

Vice-President of the Government Zoran Pazin stated that the Government was willing to open dialogue over the application of the Law on Freedom of Religion, Religious Beliefs and Legal Status of Religious Communities.

Government is also ready to discuss conditions for the conclusion of a fundamental agreement with the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral.

Pazin stated that no state in our region and wider has the law that has been prepared so carefully and thoroughly, with open consultations with all interested subjects in the state and beyond its borders.

‘’This law was adopted so that everybody in Montenegro could have equal right to choose to be a believer or not to be a believer”, MrPazinpointed out.

He reminded that many public gatherings had been organized starting from 2015 and that Government representatives have had individual consultations with all religious communities on several occasions.

“The original text of the law was considerably amended given the fact that the Government approved the proposals made by religious communities in accordance with international legal standards and public interest. Besides, Government asked for the opinion of Venetian commission and included all recommendations of the European Council expert bodyinto the Law Proposal”, said MrPazin.

MrPazin statedthat he doesn’t believe that the incoming elections will be marked by senseless divisions and discussions over which nations and religions in Montenegro “are older or more deserving’’.

“Montenegro went through too many terrible historical experiences to allow some retrograde policy to bring considerable political advantage toanybody,” said MrPazin.

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