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05.02.2018.

DPM Pažin hosts representatives of ZIKS trade union

DPM Pažin hosts representatives of ZIKS trade union The Ministry of Justice is ready to work intensively, alongside the trade union of the Institution for Execution of Criminal Sanctions (ZIKS), on improving the working conditions and solving the status issues of the employees in this Institution, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin said at the meeting with representatives of the ZIKS trade union...

22.01.2018.

Montenegro's progress in safeguarding and promoting human rights and freedoms presented in Geneva

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Podgorica, Montenegro (22 January 2018) -- National report on the state of human rights in Montenegro was presented earlier today before the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, within the third cycle of the General Periodic Review of the Human Rights in the UN member states. Presenting the report, head of the Montenegrin delegation, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin pointed out that comprehensive national reforms, which resulted in a high level of protection and affirmation of human rights and freedoms, were the best recommendations to Montenegro for achieving key foreign policy goals, namely NATO accession and progress towards EU membership...

15.01.2018.

Government supports work of Media Commission, its reports to be considered at Rule of Law Council session

Government supports work of Media Commission, its reports to be considered at Rule of Law Council session

Podgorica, Montenegro (15 January 2018) -- The Government supports the work of the Media Commission and is ready to meet all its recommendations within the government’s remit and in accordance with the law, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin underlined. DPM Pažin hosted earlier today Chair of the Commission for Monitoring Actions of Competent Authorities in the Investigation of Cases of Threats and Violence against Journalists, Assassinations of Journalists and Attacks on Media Property Nikola Marković, who informed the Deputy Prime Minister about the problems that the Commission is facing in its work...

01.01.2018.

Excerpt from DPM Pažin's interiew with Pobjeda

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin gave an interview to Montenegrin daily newspaper Pobjeda, where he spoke about the rule of law, cooperation between the Government and civil sector, media, Montenegro's European integration and Civil Law...

27.12.2017.

DPM Pažin's response to open letter by 11 NGOs regarding work of Commission on Media

DPM Pažin

Podgorica, Montenegro (27 December 2017) -- Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin responded earlier today to an open letter by representatives of 11 NGOs regarding the work of the Commission for Monitoring Actions of Competent Authorities in the Investigation of Cases of Threats and Violence against Journalists, Assassinations of Journalists and Attacks on Media Property...

20.12.2017.

Montenegro meets conditions for home detention with help of US donation

Montenegro meets conditions for home detention with help of US donation

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin hosted today Deputy Chief of Mission of the US Embassy to Montenegro Judy Kuo on the occasion of the donation of home detention central monitoring system...

18.12.2017.

DPM Pažin: Good results are motive for more intensive progress towards EU membership

DPM Pažin: Good results are motive for more intensive progress towards EU membership

Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin participated today in the 14th session of the EU-Montenegro Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee (SAPC). In his address to the representatives of the Montenegrin and European Parliament, in the Parliament of Montenegro, DPM Pažin said that the current number of 30 open and three temporarily closed negotiation chapters represent a success, adding that no other candidate country for EU membership can praise itself with such achievement...

18.12.2017.

DPM Pažin: Montenegro sees EU as key framework for overall national development and prosperity

DPM Pažin: Montenegro sees EU as key framework for overall national development and prosperity

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 December 2017) -- Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin hosted earlier today a delegation of the European Parliament, headed by MEP David Martin. DPM Pažin noted that Montenegro has stayed firm on its pro-European course and that it sees the EU as a key economic, political and value framework for the overall national development and prosperity...

04.12.2017.

DPM Pažin greets noble mission of Campaign Unwanted

DPM Pažin greets noble mission of Campaign Unwanted

Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin met today with representatives of the NGO Center for Women's Rights, the initiators of the Campaign Unwanted, which aims to prevent the abuse of medical tests for the prenatal selection of sex. I want to greet the noble mission of your campaign and to express the Government's full support to addressing this important social issue. The success of this campaign would undoubtedly mean a step forward in the emancipation of Montenegrin society, DPM Pažin said...

29.11.2017.

DPM Pažin: Government is successful, opposition boycott harms Montenegro's reputation

DPM Pažin: Government is successful, opposition boycott harms Montenegro

Deputy Prime Minister for Political System and Internal and Foreign Policy Zoran Pažin made guest appearance on TV Pink's Argument show. He said that he believes that the first year of work of the Government was very successful, that the boycott of the Parliament by the opposition harms the reputation of Montenegro, that there are abuse of power and attempts by some lawyers to postpone court proceedings in the trial for the criminal offense of attempted terrorism, and that there are attempts to turn the courtroom into political arena, and the Parliament into the courtroom...