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Serbia accepts Montenegro result
PM claims poll victory

year 2006 Top ^

  Milo Djukanovic has claimed victory in the first general election since declaring independence
  President Tadic has recognised the results of the vote for independence

  Voters in Montenegro decided narrowly to sever the union with Serbia: 55.5% of the more than 410,000 voters
 The move would break up the last 2pieces of the former Yugoslavia. 55% required for the question to pass. Opposition spokesman is saying supporters fell short of the required margin of victory. Prime Minister Djukanovic' Democratic Party of Socialists had pushed for full independence. People began celebrating inside government buildings
  Montenegro votes on Belgrade links
  People poured out in record numbers to vote on whether to stay in their troubled union with Serbia

year 2003 Top ^

Feb.9   Presidential elections fail again
  Turnout is falling short of the required 50% minimum for the vote to be valid Feb.4     Yugoslavia officially abolished
  Serbia: Lawmakers are replacing Yugoslavia with a loose union of its remaining two republics, Serbia and Montenegro

year 2001 Top ^

Apr.24   Leader backs referendum
  President Djukanovic restated commitment to a referendum on independence Apr.22   Pro-independence winning  President Djukanovic's coalition was leading with 44% and the anti-independence bloc was trailing with 38% Jan.24   Montenegro referendum  Parties agreed to hold early parliamentary elections to trigger a referendum on whether to leave Yugoslavia

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1. 2006-09-10 PM claims poll victory Montenegro
C. 2006-05-23 Serbia accepts Montenegro result Serbia
2006-05-21 Montenegro quits Serbia Montenegro
4. 2006-05-21 Montenegro votes on Belgrade links Montenegro
5. 2003-02-09 Presidential elections fail again Montenegro
G. 2003-02-04 Yugoslavia officially abolished Serbia
H. 2001-04-24 Leader backs referendum Montenegro
8. 2001-04-22 Pro-independence winning Montenegro
9. 2001-01-24 Montenegro referendum Montenegro

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