Montenegro adopts the Law on National Symbols; what about the Albanian flag?

Montenegro adopts the Law on National Symbols; what about the Albanian flag?
 Man holding the Albanian flag
 The Montenegrin government has approved yesterday a draft law on National Symbols drafted by the Minister for Human and Minority Rights, Mehmet Zenka.

This bill will be on the agenda for approval at the first session of the Montenegrin Parliament.

About this, Tuzi Mayor Nik Gjeloshaj told TV Boin that the bill stipulates that the Albanian flag be used freely wherever Albanians live. However should be said that the use of national symbols is guaranteed both by the current Law on National Symbols and also by the Constitution, but the use of the Albanian flag is sanctioned by the Law on Public Order and Peace.

The latest case of fining for displaying an Albanian flag took place last week in Crai. In addition to approving the Draft Law on National Symbols, the Government has requested the Ministry of Internal Affairs to submit a draft law amending the Law on Public Order and Peace which was adopted by the Montenegrin Parliament in 2011.

Last year, MP Genci Nimanbegu had submitted a bill to amend the Law on Public Order and Peace, but had not won the majority of the parliamentary coalition votes.
Montenegro adopts the Law on National Symbols; what about the Albanian flag? Montenegro adopts the Law on National Symbols; what about the Albanian flag? Saturday, November 23, 2019 Rating: 5
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