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PM Marković: Our clear vision has built and strengthened institutions as foundations of rule of law

PM Marković: Our clear vision has built and strengthened institutions as foundations of rule of law
Published date: 31.10.2018 19:56 | Author: PR Service

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Podgorica, Montenegro (31 October 2018) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković stated on the occasion of the Day of Prosecutors that Montenegro has registered striking examples in both the adoption and enforcement of laws that indicate that our clear vision has built and strengthened institutions as the foundations of the rule of law and that the State Prosecutor's Office, together with other democratic institutions and the legislation based on the European legal framework, shows the determination to provide protection for citizens and the State.

"At the end of the 19th and in the first years of the 20th century, the Montenegrins began to feel the need to regulate their State through the first Constitution and the division of power, as the imperative of political and cultural upbringing of the entire society. The first state prosecutors' offices were established - by the entry into force of the Law on the State Prosecutor's Office, on 1 November 1934. Since then, we have registered striking examples in the adoption and enforcement of laws that indicates that our clear vision has built and strengthened institutions as the foundations of the rule of law. ... Nowadays, the State Prosecutor's Office, as a single body, together with other democratic institutions and legislation relying on the European legal framework, shows the determination to ensure the protection of citizens and the State," Prime Minister Duško Marković stressed in a letter to Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković,

Having extended his thanks for the invitation for tomorrow's ceremony on the occasion of the Day of Prosecutors, which, due to previously undertaken obligations, he is not able to attend, Prime Minister Marković said he is hopeful that all the authorities will continue to contribute to the State in line with their competence.

"This process is followed by the responsibility of all of us for the trust we have been shown. That is, after all, our Constitutional and moral obligation. For this reason, I am convinced that we will continue to contribute to our common, just and safe house - Montenegro," Prime Minister Marković's letter to Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković reads.

PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE  OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO