Guide through the Government of Montenegro

The Guide through the Government of Montenegro is an excellent introduction to the history organization, and operation of the Montenegrin government.  This English-language PDF is an enormous time-saver for anyone whose work or life involves the Montenegrin government.

The seventy-four page document is maintained by the Center for Democratic Transition (CDT), an NGO that works to establish political and other conditions for building a civic society, knowledge society and society of equal chances through promotion of democratic values and traditions.

Table of Contents

1. PREFACE
2. HISTORY
2.1. Montenegrin Governments before 1905
2.2. Montenegrin Governments in the period 1905 – 1916
2.3. Montenegrin Governments in exile in the period 1916 – 1922
2.4. Restoration of Montenegrin statehood in the period 1941 – 1945
2.5. Montenegrin Government in the period 1945 – 1989
2.6. Montenegrin Government in the period 1989 – 2010
2.7. Prime Ministers of Montenegrin Governments before 1945
2.8. Prime Ministers of Montenegrin Governments in the period 1945 – 2010
3. ORGANIZATION OF MONTENEGRIN GOVERNMENT
3.1. Constitution on Government
3.2. Prime Minister, Chief Cabinet, Ministers and Secretary General
3.3. Working Bodies of the Government
3.4. Advisory Bodies of the Government
3.5. Work Plan of the Government
3.6. State Administration Authorities
4. LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY
4.1. Preparation of Acts and other Documents
4.2. Government Sitting
4.3. Acts of the Government and Ministries
4.4. Opinions and Positions of the Government
4.5. Preparation of Consolidated Texts and Publishing of Government Acts
5. GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC
5.1. Openness of Work of the Government
5.2. Openness of Work of the State Administration
5.3. Public Discussion
5.4. Right to Free Access to Information
6. GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT
6.1. Relationship between Government and Parliament
6.2. Standing Tools for Parliamentary Oversight over the Executive
6.3. Temporary Tools of Parliamentary Oversight over the Executive
6.3.1. Parliamentary Questions and Prime Minister’s Hour
6.3.2. Interpellation
6.3.3. Parliamentary Hearings and Inquiries
6.4. Mechanisms for Questioning Political Responsibility of Government in Parliament
7. CONTACT INFORMATION

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