After almost eight hours of debate, the 44th Government of Montenegro, led by Prime Minister Milojko Spajic, was sworn in this morning by a majority of the Parliament.
The election of the new government was supported by 46 MPs, with 19 against and one abstention.
The new government will have five vice-presidents, two of whom will be responsible, and 17 ministers.
Aleksa Bečić was elected Deputy Prime Minister for Security, Internal Policy, European and Foreign Affairs, and Momo Koprivica Deputy Prime Minister for the Political System, Justice and Anti-Corruption.
Srđan Pavićević was elected Deputy Prime Minister for Labour, Education, Health and Social Affairs, Nik Đeljošaj as Minister for Economic Policy and Minister for Economic Development, and Dragoslav Šćekić as Minister for Demography and Youth and Minister for Sport and Youth.
Filip Ivanović is the new Minister of Foreign Affairs, Filip Radulović is the new Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs, Janko Odović is the new Minister of Spatial Planning, Urban Planning and State Property, and Maida Gorčević is the new Minister of European Affairs.
Novica Vuković was elected Minister of Finance, Anđela Jakšić Stojanović Minister of Education, Science and Innovation, Andrej Milović Minister of Justice and Naida Nišić Minister of Labour and Social Welfare.
Vojislav Šimun was elected Minister for Health, Saša Mujović Minister for Energy and Mining, Danilo Šaranović Minister for the Interior and Dragan Krapović Minister for Defence.
Vladimir Martinović was elected Minister for Tourism, Ecology, Sustainable Development and Northern Development, Tamara Vujović Minister for Culture and Media, and Vladimir Joković Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management.
Maraš Dukaj was elected Minister for Public Administration and Fatmir Đeka Minister for Human and Minority Rights./CDM/