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1992 Montenegrin independence referendum

The 1992 Montenegrin independence referendum was the first referendum regarding Montenegrin independence. 421,549 citizens were registered voters.

Montenegrin independence
referendum, 1992
Are you in favor of Montenegro, as a sovereign republic, continuing to live in a common state - Yugoslavia, fully equal to other republics that wish the same?


Montenegrin: Да ли сте за то да Црна Гора, као суверена република, настави да живи у заједничкој држави − Југославији, потпуно равноправно са другим републикама које то буду жељеле?
DateMarch 1, 1992 (1992-03-01)
Results
Votes %
Yes 266,273 96.82%
No 8,755 3.18%
Valid votes 275,028 98.80%
Invalid or blank votes 3,354 1.20%
Total votes 278,382 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 421,549 66.04%

The question put to the electorate was, roughly translated:

Are you in favor of Montenegro, as a sovereign republic, continuing to live in a common state - Yugoslavia, fully equal to other republics that wish the same?[1]

The electorate chose to remain within Yugoslavia. 95.96% of voters voted Yes, 63.17% of the electorate voted Yes, with a voter turnout of 66.04%.

BlocsEdit

ResultsEdit

TotalEdit

Registered Voters: 421,549

  • Total: 278,382 (66.04%)
    • Yes votes: 266,273 (95.96%)
    • No votes: 8,755 (3.14%)
YES
95.96%
NO
3.14%

By municipalityEdit

Source: Centre for Monitoring[5]

Municipality No Yes Registered Voters Voted
Andrijevica 5 (0.11%) 4,596 (99.61%) 4,720 4,614 (97.75%)
Bar 616 (5%) 11,523 (93.61%) 25,550 12,309 (48.18%)
Berane 697 (3.99%) 16,679 (95.37%) 25,040 17,488 (69.84%)
Bijelo Polje 363 (1.65%) 21,271 (96.75%) 35,597 21,985 (61.76%)
Budva 204 (3.20%) 6,124 (95.99%) 8,696 6,380 (73.37%)
Cetinje 326 (3.41%) 9,093 (95.24%) 14,408 9547 (66.26%)
Danilovgrad 93 (1.03%) 8,092 (89.28%) 11,319 9,064 (80.08%)
Herceg Novi 486 (3.09%) 15,071 (95.79%) 21,130 15,374 (74.46%)
Kolašin 44 (0.67%) 6,455 (98.47%) 8,103 6,555 (80.90%)
Kotor 693 (5.83%) 10,937 (91.98%) 16,560 11,981 (71.81%)
Mojkovac 35 (0.52%) 6,677 (99.23%) 7,508 6,729 (89.62%)
Nikšić 775 (1.76%) 43,160 (97.83%) 52,758 44,118 (83.62%)
Plav 96 (3.37%) 2,730 (95.79%) 10,314 2,850 (27.63%)
Plužine 12 (0.36%) 3,353 (99.29%) 3,763 3,377 (89.74%)
Pljevlja 452 (2.05%) 21,543 (97.50%) 28,573 22,095 (77.33%)
Podgorica 2,746 (4.03%) 64,955 (95.21%) 103,211 68,222 (66.10%)
Rožaje 136 (8.98%) 1,360 (89.77%) 13,962 1,515 (10.85%)
Šavnik 16 (0.66%) 2,385 (98.68%) 2,731 2,417 (88.50%)
Tivat 720 (12.37%) 4,915 (84.44%) 8,737 5,821 (66.62%)
Ulcinj 215 (7.98%) 2,411 (89.50%) 15,363 2,694 (17.54%)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Службени лист Републике Црне Горе, Број 10. Титоград: Новинска установа Службени лист Републике Црне Горе. 6 March 1992. p. 1. ISSN 0354-1541.
  2. ^ Morrison 2009, p. 105.
  3. ^ Morrison 2009, p. 126.
  4. ^ a b Morrison 2009, pp. 108-110.
  5. ^ "Zvanični rezultati referenduma 1992. godine". CEMI. Archived from the original on 14 February 2009. Retrieved 21 December 2016.

SourcesEdit

  • Morrison, Kenneth (2009). Montenegro: A Modern History. I.B. Tauris. ISBN 1845117107.

External linksEdit