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Parliamentary elections in Montenegro 2020 as a manifestation of the geopolitical split
Material posted: Publication date: 14-11-2020
Election campaigns can be considered not only a concentration of internal political struggle for the country's governance, but also a clash of ideas and opinions existing in society on numerous issues, including the country's position in the international arena and in the geopolitical situation. It is the latter plot, in our opinion, that is especially often manifested in countries that are not fully determined about their belonging to certain centers of power and societies where there is no dominant point of view and society is split on this issue.

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