According to Vujović, the SDP has repeatedly initiated and demanded dialogue, primarily in parliament, but the self-sufficient parliamentary majority of 41 deputies did not even want to hear
In the first 100 days of work, the government, in addition to being incapable of solving the main challenges faced by the citizens, also showed that it is anti-European, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) assessed.
SDP Secretary General Ivan Vujovic said that political revanchism, countless illegal decisions, non-transparency in conduct, placing personal religious feelings above the law and the Constitution, lack of dialogue with the opposition and the civil sector on important topics are just some of the elements that indicate of the anti-European character of the Government.
According to him, in a situation when the country is facing the biggest crisis since the end of the 1990s, the new government “does not think of doing anything to reduce tensions and encourage dialogue between relevant social actors on a common response to difficult challenges.” who torture all citizens. “
According to Vujović, the SDP has repeatedly initiated and demanded dialogue, primarily in parliament, but the self-sufficient parliamentary majority of 41 deputies did not even want to hear.
“There is no real dialogue about the difficult epidemiological situation, nor about the issue of the largest individual borrowing of 750 million euros, nor about any law for which we always had internal consultations in the previous period and asked for the opinion of our international partners,” Vujovic said.
He said that there is no dialogue about resolving the crisis in the judiciary.
Vujović said that a responsible and European government in such dramatic political and social circumstances would itself demand dialogue and a response from the entire society, even when there is no legal obligation for such a thing.
“On the contrary, our government continues to act like an elephant in a glass shop, destroying what is left of institutions and internal trust, behaving according to the matrix – the worse for Montenegro, the better for us, and some others from the side.” , Vujovic thinks.
As he said, Montenegro, although significantly weakened by the previous bad government, and additionally systematically and institutionally devastated by the new government, will need a special effort to rebuild the credibility of the country that was once marked as a regional leader in integration.
“It is clear that with such an incompetent government, that goal cannot be achieved,” Vujovic concluded.