Montenegro: political system
Based on flag descriptions by Countryaah.com, Montenegro is a parliamentary democracy. The head of state is the president, who is elected by direct and secret ballot for a term of five years. The head of government is the prime minister. The Parliament of Montenegro has 75 members. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Montenegro politics, and acronyms as well.
According to COMPUTERMINUS.COM, the official name of the country is:
|Republic of Montenegro|
The national anthem of Montenegro is:
In Serbian language
|Oj svijetla majska zoroMajko naša Crna Goro
Sinovi smo tvog stijenja
I čuvari tvog poštenjaVolimo vas, brda tvrda,
I stravične vaše klance
Koji nikad ne poznaše
Sramotnoga ropstva lance.Dok lovćenskoj našoj misli
Naša sloga daje krila,
Bit će gorda, bit će slavna
Domovina naša mila.
Rijeka će naših vala,
Uskačući u dva mora,
Glas nositi okeanu,
Da je vječna Crna Gora.
In the English translation
|Oh, you bright dawn in May,Our mother Montenegro,
We are sons of your rocks,
And guardians of your honesty.
We love you, hard mountains,
and your dreaded mountain ranges,
which have never known the
chains of shameful slavery.
While our Lovćen’s sense
gives wings to Our unity,
Will be proud, will be famous
Our beloved homeland.
The river from our shores,
Jumped into two seas,
Will carry the voice to the ocean,
That Montenegro is eternal.
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Nenad Knežević (born 1967)
pop singer. Under his stage name Knez, he represented Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna.
Politicians and rulers
Petar II. Petrovic Njegos (1813 – 1851)
Prince-Bishop and an important poet of Montenegro. He fought against the Turkish occupation and campaigned strongly for a Montenegrin consciousness.
Nikola I. Petrović Njegos (1841-1921)
Prince and King of Montenegro.
Milo Dukanović (born 1962)
He fought for the independence of Montenegro and was Prime Minister of the country from 1991 to 1998, then from 2003 to 2006 and from 2008 to 2010. From
1998 to 2002 he was president. Since December 4, 2012, he has been Prime Minister again, succeeding Igor Lukšić (DPS)
Svetozar Marović (born 1955),
President of Serbia and Montenegro from 2003 to 2006 and Chairman of the Council of Ministers.
Filip Vujanović (born 1954),
succeeding Milo Đukanovićs, he was the country’s head of government from 1998 to 2002. After an agreed swap of the two highest state offices, Vujanović was first only interim president on November 25, 2002, but then elected the new president in 2003 with 64.2%. He advocated the separation of his country from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, which took place on June 3, 2006.
On April 6, 2008 Vujanović ran again as a presidential candidate and was re-elected.
Milovan Dilas (1911-1995)
politician and author. He wrote, among other things, “The Partisan War. Yugoslavia”, “Ideas Breaking Walls. My Years Between Torture and Freedom” and “Tito. A Critical Biography”.
Writer and poet
Balsa Brkovic (born 1966)
one of the most important contemporary writers in Montenegro.
Theologians and philosophers
Branko Sbutega (1952 – 2006)
priest and important peace and human rights activist.