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  • 20 Feb 2013
    Challenges in the implementation of the Law on financing of political parties in Montenegro

    According to the NGO Centar za monitoring (CEMI), the political life in Montenegro in the current three years will cost €17.5 million of citizens’ money. That is the amount provided from the budget for the elections and parliamentary parties. According to the representatives of the NGO sector the way political parties are being financed is not controlled sufficiently.

  • 13 Feb 2013
    UNDP in Montenegro has an innovative approach to the legalization of informal settlements

    Can we help citizens get an ownership title to their house, save money on energy bills and at the same time generate income for local administrations through real estate taxes? UNDP and Government of Montenegro think so.

  • 28 Jan 2013
    People are the real wealth of the country. How rich is Montenegro?

    Almost half of the Montenegrin population (42%), especially older generations, continue to believe that the state, i.e. the Government is responsible to provide for them. Even nine out of ten citizens believe that for making progress in life it is important to be well connected with people in high positions and with political powers - data revealed in the latest National Human Development Report of Montenegro.

  • 19 Dec 2012
    Where do Montenegrin women stand in politics and entrepreneurship?

    Women in Montenegro face an increased threat of domestic violence. They are also politically marginalized and economically disadvantaged. With only 13.6% of women parliamentarians, Montenegro takes 99th place among countries of the world, where the average representation is 19.6%.