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Election silence begins at midnight: Montenegro chooses the president

Since 1990, the presidents of Montenegro have so far been Momir Bulatovic (two terms), Milo Djukanovic (one term) and Filip Vujanovic (three terms)

Election silence is effective from midnight, just before the presidential elections, seventh in a row since the multi-party system was introduced, which will be held on Sunday, 15th  April.

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Seven candidates will participate in the elections.

The first on the list will be the candidate of the Real Montenegro, Marko Milacic, and another one will be Mladen Bojanic, the candidate of the Democratic Front, Democrats, Socialist People's Party and Citizens Movement of the URA.

The candidate of the Justice and Reconciliation Party Hazbi Kalac is in third place, followed by Vasilije Milickovic, a representative of the Group of voters of "Citizens' action" and the Pensioners, Disabled and Restitution Party, and Dobrilo Dedeic, a representative of the Serbian Coalition.

Foto: AP/Tanjug

In the sixth place of the electoral list is a candidate of the Social Democratic Party Draginja Vuksanovic and on the seventh the candidate of the Democratic Party of Socialists Milo Djukanovic. 532,599 citizens in Montenegro have voting rights.

Citizens can vote on 1.124 polling stations, which will be open from 7:00 to 20:00.

Since 1990, the presidents of Montenegro have so far been Momir Bulatovic (two terms), Milo Djukanovic (one term) and Filip Vujanovic (three terms).

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

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