Tivat Municipality

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Tivat Municipality
Opština Tivat
Municipality
Tivat Municipality in Montenegro
Tivat Municipality in Montenegro
Country Montenegro
Seat Tivat
Government
 • Mayor Ivan Novosel (DPS) (DPS - SD)
Area[1]
 • Total 46 km2 (18 sq mi)
Population (2011)[2]
 • Total 14,031
 • Density 310/km2 (790/sq mi)
Demonym(s) Tivćani
Area code(s) +382 32

Tivat Municipality (Montenegrin: Opština Tivat) is the smallest municipality in Montenegro by area, situated in the Bay of Kotor. The center of the municipality is the epynomous town, Tivat.

Besides the town, Tivat municipality encompasses the Vrmac mountain and a portion of Luštica peninsula, as well as Tivat field and a number of smaller coastal settlements.

Government[edit]

The municipal parliament consists of 32 deputies elected directly for a five year term. Following the last local election held on 17 April 2016, the ruling DPS has an absolute majority with 17 deputies. The election was boycotted by opposition parties DF, Democrats, URA and Demos.[3]

Party Seats
Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) 17
Social Democrats (SD) 4
Social Democratic Party (SDP) 2
Socialist People's Party (SNP) 2
Tivat Action (TA) 2
Croatian Civic Initiative (HGI) 2
Democratic Serb Party (DSS) 1
Arsenal for Tivat (AzT) 1
Boka Forum (BF) 1

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