Montenegrin parliamentary elections
were held in 2001
Victory is of Montenegro
The Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro
received 30 seats, while the Socialdemocratic Party of Montenegro received 6 seats.
Milo lost the elections as the remainder united under the Yugoslav movement.
Together for Yugoslavia
The Socialist People's Party of Montenegro
received 21 seat, People's Party of Montenegro
got 9 and the Serbian People's Party of Montenegro
3. The coalition won these elections and had support of the majority of the Parliament, but inner conflicts and organized obstruction from the opposition under Milo Djukanovic, prevented it from succeeding in forming the government which was supposed to be led by Prime Minister candidate Predrag Bulatović
. The deadline passed an Predrag reformed a more organized and stronger coalition determined to repeat the election in 2002, however disappointment returned Milo Đukanović's DPS CG to power which won the election.