Polling stations have opened in Montenegro, the second round of the presidential election has begun there, said the State Election Commission (SEC).
More than 500,000 residents of Montenegro can participate in the vote. Venues across the country opened at 7 a.m. (8 a.m. Moscow time). Throughout Sunday, the GEC will hold participation briefings.
According to the results of the first round of elections, the leadership remained with the current President of Montenegro, Djukanovic. He won 35.4% of the vote. Djukanovic was the leader of Montenegro and the prime minister of that country. In total, he has held leadership positions in the republic for more than 30 years.
His main opponent is Milatovic, now 37 years old. Previously, he headed the Ministry of Economic Development of Montenegro. Milatovic aims to lead European reforms in the country. He says he wants Djukanovic removed and is sure the incumbent president is responsible for deceiving his people. Milatovic has just under 29% of the vote after the first round of elections. The second round of presidential elections in Montenegro has begun
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