Former Governor of the National Bank of Serbia and Finance Minister Mladjan Dinkic will be an economic affairs advisor in the cabinet of Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic, announced by "Vecernje novosti".
This information, according to the website of the newspaper, was announced by Nebojsa Medojevic, one of the leaders of the Democratic Front.
It is stated that there are no confirmations from the office of Djukanovic, but there are also no denials.
- By bringing Dinkic to the position of an adviser, Djukanovic sends a clear message to Prime Minister Dusko Markovic that key decisions in this field will be made in the cabinet of the president of the state, not the prime minister - Medojevic said.
The Parliament of Montenegro has adopted the Law on the President these days, giving wide powers to the head of the state, they note "Novosti".
The parliament of Montenegro adopted the Law on President, which gives the chief of state a lot of power, "Novosti" mentions.
It is stipulated that the General Secretary, who is appointed by the president, lead the Service which will conduct expert, administrative and other works.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)