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About Koča Pavlović

Koča Pavlović is a Member of Parliament for the Republic of Montenegro. He is the Vice-President of the opposition party Movement for Change (Pokret za Promjene, PzP) and the founding member of the opposition coalition, Democratic Front (Demokratski Front, DF). He is also the author of the War for Peace (IPG Obala, 2004) - the first documentary film about the 1991-92 siege of the Croatian coastal city of Dubrovnik.

Articles by Koča Pavlović

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Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Montenegro and the EU: living on the frontline

Within the borders of my homeland whose economy is barely functioning, we live a Balkan variant of a facade democracy which does not allow for the existence of independent and functional institutions. 

Living the Serbian dream: a look at Aleksandar Vučić's election victory

The ruling Serbian Progressive Party of Aleksandar Vučić won a resounding victory in the country's parliamentary elections on March 16. But there is more to this story than meets the eye...

Montenegro: a fistful of democracy

Despite ostensibly being a Western Balkans success story, the tiny republic of Montenegro still suffers under the arcane rule of a Prime Minister, Milo Đukanović, who legitimises violence against political opponents.

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