By the Rulebook on Organisation and Job Scheme of the Parliamentary Service of 31 July 2013, instead of the Section for research, analysis, library and documentation, the organisational unit Parliamentary Institute was founded, operating within the Sector for Research, Documentation and IT Network.

Parliamentary Institute serves as a specialised information centre, which provides information and makes records and library resources available. These records and library resources are collected, kept and processed in the Parliamentary Institute, and are necessary for timely and quality exercise of parliamentary office, work of the parliamentary service and work of MP groups. The Parliamentary Institute is composed of the following units: Research Centre, Library and Documentation Centre and Archive, and Education Centre.

Research Centre prepares research papers in the form of short information notes or analysis papers on a specific topic; then comparative overview on certain issues and manner they are regulated in the region, EU member states and other countries; and also in the form of statistical overviews, aimed at supporting the work of MPs and the Service. In the context of international cooperation, the Centre prepares information and responds to requests of international organisations, national parliaments and institutions within the European Centre for Parliamentary Research and Documentation (ECPRD), and in cooperation with the Sector for Support to Legislative and Oversight Functions of the Parliament, cooperates with domestic and foreign institutions, libraries, universities, state and other institutions. The Centre also provides professional support to MPs and employees in the Service for their own research, by referring to the available data and search methods.

Library and Documentation Centre and Archive performs expert and other tasks related to: procurement, processing, storage and making available of library resources and internal documents of the Parliament, making of special library collections and databases, exchange of parliamentary documents with similar institutions at home and abroad, providing technical assistance and training for self-search of sources of information, collection, storage, classification, processing and making available of parliamentary documents, archiving of parliamentary materials and articles in connection with legislative procedure and the activities of the Parliament of Montenegro, or registration, collection, maintenance, processing, protection, selection and use of archive material. Parliamentary Library is a special library, whose primary task is the provision of services to a narrow range of users - MPs and parliamentary staff. Library funds contains publications in the field of legislation, law, international and legal practice, political science, economy and other related social sciences, as well as issues of the Official Gazette since 1945 until today, and shorthand records from parliamentary sessions, also from 1945 until today.

Education centre performs expert and other tasks within educational and informing activities, relating to: preparing and conducting educational programs (workshops for students, internships, volunteer work), opening of the Parliament to the public, educating young people, providing professional support in order to facilitate gaining of practical experience by internship and volunteering in different organisational units within the Parliament, making of parliamentary publications (performance reports of the Parliament, newsletters, brochures and other publications), and educational and informative material related to educational programs to inform the public about the work of the Parliament. The Centre conducts education programme for primary school children titled Democracy Workshops “Barbara Pramer”“. 

pdfParliamentary autonomy with special focus on financial and administrative aspect

pdfRole of Parliament in the accession negotiations with the EU

pdf Area and Accomodation Capacities of Parliaments

pdfWorking Bodies of Parliament

pdfParliamentary Questions

pdfInternal communication in parliament

pdfParliament - External Communication

pdfRenumeration of MPs

pdfComparative overview of certain issues governed by rules of procedure of parliaments of several countries in the region and the EU

pdfConcession-Subject and revenues 

pdfBudget allocations intended for defence and security sector

pdfPARLIAMENTARY HEARINGS Number of held hearings and ways of deciding about holding hearings-comparative review

pdf Statistical data on the work of Parliament

pdfTabular and graphical presentation of macroeconomic and fiscal indicators in Montenegro for the period 2001-2010

pdfPetitioning Parliament-petitions, complaints and proposals

pdfTabular and graphical presentation of the minimum food basket and net earnings in Montenegro compared to countries in the region

pdfParliamentary working body for anti-corruption

pdfParliamentary working body competent for monitoring the EU negotiation process – Croatian and Icelandic experience

pdfSocial Benefit in EU member states finalna verzija 

pdfThe role and competences of working bodies dealing with gender equality issues

pdfWomen in the Parliament of Montenegro

pdfStandards of the Baltic countries in the field of election process

pdfEU standards in the field of election process

pdfCode of conduct for MPs

pdfLaw on parliament- legal basis and organization of work of parliament

pdfLocal Self-Government Authorities-Competencies and Role in Terms of Planning, Execution and Controlling of the Municipal Assembly Budget

pdfTaxation of Hydrocarbons-Experience of Denmark, Iceland, Norway and United Kingdom

pdfBasis of the procedure of enforced satisfaction of claims on the basis of bill of exchange-Croatian, Slovenian and Serbian experience

pdfAffirmative action for persons belonging to national minorities, as set in the legislation governing the local self-government elections in EU member states – experiences of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia

pdfCoordination of Security-Intelligence Services and Oversight over their work

pdfAffirmative action for persons belonging to national minorities, as set in the legislation governing the local self-government elections in EU member states 

pdfComparative overview of type and amount of agricultural subsidies

pdfLegislative process-length of process

pdfPARLIAMENTARY DIALOGUE with special focus on institutions of inter-parliamentary cooperation

pdfMinority language newspapers-legal framework, status and funding policy  

pdfUtility Services in the EU Member States

pdfConditions and Manner of Election of the Director of Police, the Police Authority and Conditions for Promotion in the Service

pdfLegislative Regulation of the Libel- Experience of Several European Countries

pdfRole of Legislative Service in Parliament

pdf Use of Sign Language in the Parliament

pdfData overview related to criminal offences in the European countries and Canada

pdfManner of levying involuntary enforcement against wages pensions and other regular monetary earnings of the judgment debtor - legal solu

pdf Temporary Child Support through the Alimony Fund Experience of Countries in the Region

pdfFinancial Support to Families with Children Legal Solutions in Croatia and Serbia

pdfSetting up and Financing of MP Groups

pdfComparative Overview o Legal Solutions on Residential Tax -MontenegroFederation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia Macedonia Slovenia Ser

pdfComparative Overview of Legal Solutions of Certain Elements of VAT in Several Countries in the Region

pdfComparative Overview of Legal Solutions of Certain Elements of Corporate Profit Tax in Several Countries in the Region

pdfComparative Overview of Legal Solutions of Certain Elements of Personal Income Tax

pdfComparative Review of Legal Solutions related to Real Property Tax and Real Property Transfer Tax - Croatia and Serbia  

pdfConditions for Exercising the Right to Survivor's Pension of the Spouse upon the Death of the Participant - Legal Solutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia

pdfComparative Experiences on Tourism Valorisation of Military Facilities or Cultural Monuments


pdfShort information regarding the course of negotiations between Iceland and the EU

pdfComparative overview of the structure of parliamentary services specialised for international relations and Office of the Secretary General in some European countries

pdfEffects of the migrant crisis in Montenegro 

pdfExemption from enforcement on certain immovable property – legal solutions in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia
pdfNATO - timetable and procedures for ratifying Protocols on Accession to the North Atlantic Treaty in national parliaments of NATO member states
pdfCriminalisation of illicit enrichment of public officials in some European countries
pdfComparative analysis of electoral systems and manner of their regulation in EU member states and countries in the region-open vs. closed lists
pdfRights of employees during bankruptcy – legal solutions of countries in the region
pdfLegal treatment of the use of cannabis for medical purposes in the member states of the European Union
pdfTeleworking - Legal solutions in several European countries 
pdfMONTENEGRO - Parliaments role in engaging the citizens in its work