Čolpa: This is an attempt to establish a theocratic state on European soil

Čolpa: This is an attempt to establish a theocratic state on European soil

SARAJEVO, September 1 (FENA) – “If the president of the URA political party Dritan Abazović agrees to form a government with the Democratic Front (DF), it will mean that a new political system is being established in Montenegro, which does not currently exist in all of Europe, and this will be a theocratic state led by Metropolitan bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, Amfilohije Radović,” stressed Nihad Čolpa, an MP in the House of Representatives of the FBiH Parliament.

According to Čolpa, Zdravko Krivokapić and Aleksa Bečić are only the means by which the Serbian Orthodox Church is trying to take over power in Montenegro, so it is wrong to say that these two are an important political factor in the political processes in Montenegro.

The complete course of the campaign, the messages from the press conferences, as well as the visit to the church on the election night by the leadership of the Democratic Front, have unequivocally shown that the real leader of the so-called opposition in Montenegro, is the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, Amfilohije Radović.

Therefore, if the URA, led by Dritan Abazović, forms a government with the Democratic Front, the government in Montenegro will be handed over, primarily to the Serbian Orthodox Church, which will control all of the policies of the state.

“The behavior and silence of Western diplomats during the campaign that was conducted in Montenegro was a terrible thing to witness and was utterly hypocritical. I wonder if we should think that in the 21st century we are beginning a new era of the transition of the political system, where we are moving from a democratic society to theocracy,” asked Čolpa.

Čolpa noted that with the establishment of the theocratic government, there is no doubt that the statehood of Montenegro would come into question.

“Such a phenomenon will further shake the already unstable region, while Bosnia and Herzegovina will face new challenges that can be met only by politicians who are ready to deal with it,” concluded an MP in the House of Representatives of the FBiH Parliament, Nihad Čolpa.