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Abazovic: The intervention of organized crime in politics influenced my departure
The outgoing Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dritan Abazovic, has said that his departure from the government is related to the influence of organized crime in politics.
Abazovic said that everything is related to the operation against drug and tobacco smuggling in Montenegro, The Guardian reports .
Abazovic was overwhelmingly defeated in a vote of no confidence on August 20. However, he said the real reason for his defeat was that he broke with the Montenegrin government's decades of pandering to criminal gangs by overseeing huge seizures of smuggled cocaine and cigarettes.
So far, no new governing coalition has emerged and so Abazovic remains interim prime minister.
He attended the UN general assembly this week, cutting an unusual figure by arriving by bicycle to the assembly in New York as a gesture towards addressing the climate crisis.