The change of government is not disputable, its alternative is. Retrograde, clerical-nationalist, great Serbian powers have gained momentum in Montenegro since 30 August, said historian and member of the Presidency of SDP, Mr Novak Adžić, in ‘Druagčija radio veza’ TV show on Antena M.
Source: Antena M
He claims that since Neretva ’43, Montenegro has never been “more Chethink-like”.
“And that concerns me. We must put up adequate, European, democratic, civil resistance – with unity, cooperation of all sovereign, state-building powers. If out-of-line parliamentary elections took place, of even if they were regular, with catharsis and transformation of all political subjects, marginalization of compromising staff who additionally led to such results, should go in one pre-election line to defend Montenegro and European system of values”, he said.
In his opinion, new parliamentary majority is the “Centaur political coalition”, tripartite pact made up different subjects and it does not lead to better changes. On the contrary.
“These subjects will undermine fundamental values of Montenegro and will be positioned to give wings to the already developed clerical nationalism”, Mr Adžić pointed out.
For Mr Novak Adžić, Montenegro like that would be totally unacceptable.
“I’m not interested in Montenegro as another Serbian state. If Montenegro is not civil, democratic state, where national Montenegrins and other nations are its constituents, then I’m not interested. This seems to me as if Montenegro is turning into a Republika Srpska, and I won’t agree to that neither dead nor alive”, Mr Adžić stressed.
It is clear to Mr Adžić that key provisions of the Law on Freedom of Religion are to be annulled soon.
“Without Articles 62, 66 and article about registration, this law makes no sense. If these provisions are annulled then it will be fraud for Montenegro. Miniature forces can’t stop the scourge of great Serbian nationalism”, he says.
Speaking about every party, Mr Adžić says that SDP’s official view is clear – SDP is independent opposition political party that won two seats and it intends to continue its path independently and oppose everything that endangers basic postulates of the party.
He believes that the party does not intend to enter into coalition with forces that oppose its basic postulates.