Clashes broke out between protesters and police within the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica, on December 12 following the adoption of an amended legislation giving the parliament’s pro-Serbian, pro-Russian majority the power to take over some powers of the presidency. The transfer stripped the nation’s pro-Western president of a decisive position in appointing the prime minister. It adopted President Milo Djukanovic’s rejection of the nominee for prime minister from the nation’s pro-Serb coalition. He referred to as the brand new legislation a “constitutional coup.” Regardless of a name by organizers to disperse, a bunch of demonstrators threw rocks and bottles at police, who responded with tear fuel and pepper spray.
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