Zlatko Vujovic, MSc
Zlatko Vujović is one of the founders and president of the Centre for Monitoring and Research – CeMI. He graduated from the Faculty of Law in Podgorica in 2004, and received his master’s degree at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Podgorica in 2008. He is currently a Ph.D. at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Zagreb, at the Department of Comparative Public Policy.
He participated in working groups for drafting the Law on Lobbying (2010), the Law on Financing of Political Parties (2011) and the Law on the State Election Commission (2011). He co-ordinated the preparation of several legal projects, four of which (Law on Financing of Political Parties (2004) and Law on Political Parties (2004), Law on Financing of Campaign for the Selection of the President of Montenegro, Mayors and Municipal Presidents (2009) and Law on Financing Political parties – 2008) adopted in the Montenegrin parliament after two of them, as one representative of the civic initiative, represented at the plenary parliamentary session.
He co-ordinated with civic monitoring of all national elections in Montenegro from 2000 to 2009, as well as monitoring the referendum on state-level status in 2006. He participated in numerous international missions as an observer of ENEMO or OSCE (Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Moldova, Kosovo, Albania).
During the parliamentary elections in Kosovo (2010-2011), he served as head of the ENEMO EOM Kosovo 2010 mission, led by a team of over 200 short-term and long-term international observers. In April 2017, Zlatko Vujovic was appointed for Secretary General of the European Network of Organization for Supervision of Elections (ENEMO).
In his research papers he deals with issues: personalization of politics and political parties, control of the electoral process, electoral systems, parties and party systems, the decision-making process in the EU, the Europeanization of national political parties and the aspects of the functioning of the European Parliament.