by Svetozar Marovic
There is no Yugoslavia, but there is a Montenegro. If the opposite policy had won out, we’d have had the dinar and not the euro. We wouldn’t have had control over our money or customs. In other words, we wouldn’t have run our own economy. Lastly, our children wouldn’t have done their military service in Montenegro, but would still have been at the disposal of various generals with the power to send them off into all kinds of danger.
Svetozar Marovic, vice-president of Djukanovic’s DPS, interviewed just before the Montenegrin parliament approved the Belgrade Agreement, Monitor (Podgorica), 12 April 2002