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President of the Parliament of Montenegro

President of the Parliament of Montenegro
Predśednik Skupštine Crne Gore
Предćедник Скупштине Црне Горе
Coat of Arms of Montenegro
Incumbent
Ranko Krivokapić

since 30 July 2003
Style Mister/Madam President
Appointer Parliament of Montenegro
Term length Four years
Inaugural holder Risto Vukčević
Formation 28 April 1992
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Montenegro
Constitution

The President of the Parliament of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Predśednik Skupštine Crne Gore / Предćедник Скупштине Црне Горе) is the presiding officer of the Parliament. The President's term lasts four years, and is elected by members of each new assembly.

The President of the Parliament serves as interim President of Montenegro if the elected President resigns from office, or if his/her term expires and a new President is not elected.

History of the office

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