Parliament of Montenegro won’t discuss the initiation of a parliamentary inquiry and the formation of an Inquiry Committee to be in charge of collecting information and facts on Montenegro’s €750m worth of borrowing.

Only that item was supposed to be discussed at the session, but the agenda wasn’t adopted by the votes of the ruling majority MPs.

Namely, 71 MPs voted – 30 were in favour, 40 against and one abstained.

The ruling power MPs recalled that the Committee had already adopted the proposal for the control hearing of Minister of Finance and Social Welfare Milojko Spajić.

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