Montenegro Government Unsatisfied Again: Police Wasn’t Beating Enough (or Was Beating Less than It Should)

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Main stream media are silent when pro-Western government uses force against demonstrators

Montenegro Government Unsatisfied Again: Police Wasn’t Beating Enough (or Was Beating Less than It Should)

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Originally appeared at IN4S, translated by Nenad Jovanović exclusively for SouthFront

Longstanding prime minister of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic expressed his regrets that police didn’t use more force toward demonstrators (protesters) last night.

He stated that police “implemented usage of very weak force”.

“So, police used chemical measures only for clearing situation in front of the attacked parliament” Djukanovic stated for Croatian TV.

Montenegro Government Unsatisfied Again: Police Wasn’t Beating Enough (or Was Beating Less than It Should)

Photo: http://www.in4s.net/

He repeated that he have no intentions to resign.

“So, it was an violent attempt of overthrowing of the ruling power, for sake of change of the state policy and then, of course, it have to come to police response to it, which was, by my judgment, in line with the constitution and law, and with what (or which) police competences are envisaged for dealing with such situations (or in those situations).” stated Djukanovic.

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