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Nouvelle étude d’opinion publique : l’intérêt de l’Église orthodoxe serbe l’emporte sur celui de l’État

  • October 2022

A majority of 56,4% of respondents thinks that the Government of Montenegro was dedicated to the interests of the Serbian Orthodox Church against 43.6% who think that governmental dedication was expressed to the interests of the State of Montenegro. These are the results of a CGPuls research of public opinion, conducted by the Center for Civic Education and DAMAR Agency from 1st to 10th October 2022 on a sample of 1022 citizens.

Among other questions, the opinion on the two issues presented on the EUREL website were a matter of research : the Fundamental Agreement with the Serbian Orthodox Church (Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts criticises the fundamental agreement between Montenegro and the serbian orthodox church) ; The European Commission in the Report on Montenegro 2022: Fundamental Agreement with the Serbian Orthodox Church raised tensions and the financing of private denominational schools (Controversy decision of the government to finance two Orthodox secondary schools).

To the question “What is your opinion on Dritan Abazović’s (Prime Minister) decision to make the signing of the Fundamental Agreement with the Serbian Orthodox Church a top priority and to do it quickly, despite the opposition of certain members of the government and many relevant actors on the social and political scene ?”, answers are structured as follows : 36.4% claim that, “It is a rash and thoughtless decision” ; 27.5%, “It is a brave and well-founded decision” ; 20.8%, “The fundamental Agreement with all religious communities should be signed, but not in this way” ; 15.3%, “Don’t know/don’t have an opinion”.

The question “Should the government fund private religious educational institutions” was responded with 43.4% “No”, 29.5% “Yes”, and 27.1% “Have no opinion”.

D 19 octobre 2022    ANikola B. Šaranović

CNRS Unistra Dres Gsrl

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