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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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PODGORICA, Montenegro — Official outcomes revealed Thursday confirmed a crushing defeat for Montenegro’s long-time chief Milo Djukanovic in a weekend presidential election, signaling his departure from the small Balkan state’s political scene after greater than 30 years in energy.

Economic system skilled and political novice Jakov Milatovic received the presidential runoff election held on Sunday with round 59% of the vote, to Djukanovic’s 41%, in line with the ultimate official outcomes.

Djukanovic led Montenegro to independence from a lot bigger Serbia in 2006 and to NATO membership in 2017.

Milatovic’s victory mirrored voter fatigue with Djukanovic — who has served as president twice and prime minister seven occasions — in addition to disillusionment with established politicians. Though the presidency is basically a ceremonial place in Montenegro, it influences the political tendencies within the nation.

Djukanovic in the meantime rendered his resignation because the president of his centrist Democratic Occasion of Socialists, the most important in Montenegro. The social gathering’s management will meet on Thursday to think about the resignation and sure identify an interim chief.

This was Djukanovic’s first loss in an election since he entered politics within the former Yugoslav republic within the early Nineteen Nineties. Throughout his a long time in energy, the 61-year-old switched from being a pro-Serbian communist to a pro-Western politician.

Milatovic, 36, first entered politics in 2020 after ending his schooling in Britain and the USA.

The end result of Sunday’s election is more likely to impression on an early parliamentary vote set for June 11. That vote was scheduled due to a monthslong authorities impasse that stalled Montenegro’s pending European Union membership and alarmed the West as struggle rages in Ukraine.

Although Milatovic’s Europe Now group isn’t formally a part of the nation’s ruling coalition, his presidential candidacy received backing from the shaky alliance that features events advocating nearer ties with neighboring Serbia in addition to Russia.

Milatovic has denied Djukanovic’s allegations that the governing coalition is pushing Montenegro again underneath Serbian and Russian affect.

Because the election, Milatovic has pledged to maintain the nation on an EU membership course, strengthen NATO ties and comply with worldwide sanctions towards Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. These stands have angered Serbian nationalists who had hoped he would change from Djukanovic’s pro-Western insurance policies and switch the small Balkan state towards Serbia and Russia as a substitute.

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