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Montenegro's Opposition Parties Reject Results of Parliamentary Elections

Two opposition alliances in Montenegro have rejected the outcome of Sunday's parliamentary elections in which Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic's party won the most seats, accusing the government of voter intimidation. Djukanovic's Democratic Party of Socialists won 36 seats, five short of a majority in the 81-seat parliament, but voting was marred by irregularities. Early Sunday, 20 Serb citizens were arrested as they tried to enter Montenegro on suspicion of plotting attacks on state institutions and officials.
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