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01/08/2019

HRA on Parliament’s refusal to adopt a Law Same Sex Life Partnership

The Human Rights Action (HRA) is deeply dissapointed with the Parliment of Montenegro’s failiure to adopt the Law on Same Sex Life Partnership yesterday. In Montenegro, […]
12/07/2019

The Petition “Our money, their flats and slush funds” stopped in its tracks – the Government of Montenegro puts private interests ahead of the interest of the public to know

The Government of Montenegro Ministry of Public Administration (MPA) did not approve the launch of the e-petition of ten NGOs asking the Government to publish, at […]
10/07/2019

HRA letter of protest sent to the Judicial Council of Montenegro

NGO Human Rights Action (HRA) today sent a letter to the President of the Judicial Council of Montenegro, Mr. Mladen Vukčević, regarding the interview of the […]
01/07/2019

Conclusions and recommendations of the report “Appointment and Promotion of Judges and Prosecutors in Montenegro (2016-2019)“

Conclusions and recommendations of the HRA report “Appointment and Promotion of Judges and Prosecutors in Montenegro (2016-2019)“ are available here.
24/06/2019

19/6/2019 APPOINTMENT OF COURT PRESIDENTS AND APPLICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LAW ON THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL AND JUDGES OF MONTENEGRO

Vesna Rakić Vodinelić, LL.D. Professor of Law, retired   APPOINTMENT OF COURT PRESIDENTS AND APPLICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LAW ON THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL AND […]
03/06/2019

31/5/2019 Appeal sent by 11 Montenegrin NGOs to the Judicial Council of Montenegro

Human Rights Action is one of the signatories of the letter sent to the President of the Judicial Council of Montenegro, Mr. Mladen Vukčević, by eleven […]
03/04/2019

29/3/2019 HRA STATEMENT REGARDING THE ATTACK ON TOMKIĆ FAMILY

Human Rights Action (HRA) strongly condemns the multiple attacks on Igor Tomkić and his family from Berane, Montenegro, which were very likely motivated by his Croatian […]
05/03/2019

4/3/2019 First instance judgment – Goran Đurović illegally dismissed of membership in the Council of Radio Television of Montenegro

The Basic Court in Podgorica, by judge Radovan Vlaović, found that the Montenegrin Parliament illegally dismissed NGO representative Goran Đurovic of membership in the Council of […]
20/02/2019

21/2/2019 On the occasion of the public debate on the Draft amendments to the Law on National Service Broadcaster Radio and Television of Montenegro (RTCG)

The NGO Human Rights Action (HRA) believes that the Draft amendments to the Law on National Service Broadcaster of the RTCG propose to seize RTCG’s independence, not […]
13/02/2019

13/2/2019 On the occasion of the public debate on the Draft of the Media Act

Human Rights Action (HRA) has submitted to the Ministry of Culture proposals of 11 amendments to the Draft Media Act. Amendments concern more detailed protection of […]
14/01/2019

13/1/2019 The case of violation of the right to peaceful assembly of the LGBT community in Nikšić – re-trial on established violation of rights is not effective protection

Following the Constitutional Court’s ruling from September 2018 that banning the gathering of the LGBT community in Nikšić in 2015 violated the right to peaceful assembly of […]
13/12/2018

12/12/2018 The Constitutional Court of Montenegro should not avoid urgently deciding on MPs constitutional appeals

The Constitutional Court has initiated the procedure for assessment of constitutionality of the provision of the Criminal Procedure Code Art. 119, paragraph 2, i.e. the provision […]