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On Tuesday Montenegro’s parliament with votes of deputies from the two ruling parties - the Democratic Party of Socialists and Social Democratic Party - adopted the law "On status of the descendants of the dynasty of Petrovic-Njegosh." Deputies from the Socialist People's Party and the "New Serbian democracy," voted in the negative, because the proposed text of the law contains a provision that the dynasty of Petrovic-Njegosh was ousted from the throne as a result of the annexation of Montenegro by Serbia in 1918. This provision, according to the opposition, is an attempt to reshape history. Controversial provision was previously criticized by the President of Montenegro Filip Vujanovic.
Prince Nikola in his statement to the citizens of Montenegro, the president, government and parliament, expressed his gratitude to Montenegro for the "correction of great historic injustice," for "historical and moral rehabilitation of the Montenegrin dynasty." "The Assembly of Montenegro returned dignity to me and my family, and pride and dignity to the Montenegrin dynasty," - Prince Nikola said.
To implement the law, the state will allocate 4.3 million euros for seven years. The law provides for establishment of the Fund "Petrovich Njegos", headed by a representative of the descendants of the dynasty whose activities will be aimed at promoting the culture of Montenegro.
The descendants of the dynasty have received the house and the land of King Nikola in Negushi. In addition, a family house with an area of 300 square meters with a plot of land up to 5 thousand square meters to be built in Cetinje for them. Besides, an apartment in Podgorica with an area of 130 square meters will be allocated to them.
The law states that the descendants of the status of the dynasty may be granted to descendants of King Nikola Petrovic-Njegos I in the male line, as well as their spouses.
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