1992 Montenegrin independence referendum

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

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%.

Blocs[edit]

Results[edit]

Total[edit]

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 municipality[edit]

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%)

References[edit]

  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.

Sources[edit]

  • Morrison, Kenneth (2009). Montenegro: A Modern History. I.B. Tauris. ISBN 978-1845117108.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)

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