Over the last days, 23 party officials of PzP (Movement for Changes) discussed Montenegro’s NATO integration in Ulcinj, Montenegro. This course was the second module of PzP’s School of Modern Conservatism, supported by AECR.
Since Montenegro’s NATO membership is one of the most sensitive political issues in Southeastern Europe at the moment, critics are demanding a referendum on it. This membership and the possibility of a referendum were both key topics of PzP’s second module. The third module of the School of Modern Conservativism will be held next month. Montenegro expects to receive a formal NATO invitation at the NATO Summit in Warsaw, Poland in July 2016.
The School of Modern Conservatism aims to educate young local officials and activists of PzP on crucial conservative values, such as the concept of localism and practising the principle of subsidiarity on the local, national, and supranational level. Moreover, it aims to discuss the unique and irreplaceable democratic legitimacy of the nation-state as well as PzP’s party policies.
PzP is a committed supporter of the full NATO membership of Montenegro. It wants to reform Montenegro and integrate it into the European Union.