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Vladislav Dajkovi?
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Personal details
Born (1992-01-13) 13 January 1992 (age 29)
Cetinje, SFR Yugoslavia
(now Montenegro)
Political partyIndependent (2019-present)
PCG (2018-2019)
DEMOS (2015-2018)
Other political
For the Future of Montenegro
Alma materUniversity of Belgrade
ITES de Monterrey
OccupationPolitical activist, politician

Vladislav Dajkovi? (Serbian Cyrillic: ; born 13 January 1992) is a Montenegrin blogger, political activist and politician. He was one of the founders and former secretary general of the True Montenegro, a right-wing populist political party in Montenegro, which he left in 2019.


Early life and education

Dajkovi? was born in 1992 in Cetinje, which at the time was a part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. He finished high school in Podgorica and later graduated from the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade and the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education at their Mexico City campus. He also received his master's degree at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. He practiced his English language skills in Washington D.C.[1] He declares himself a Montenegrin but also a Serb.[2] He said that for him a Montenegrin represents a Serb, and a Serb represents a Montenegrin.[3]

Political career

In 2014, Dajkovi? joined the "Movement for Neutrality" and served in the main board of the movement. He was also ? member of the centre-right DEMOS.

In September 2015, he was beaten up outside of a bar in the center of Podgorica. He gave a statement to police where he said that the manager of the bar beat him up.[4] After the incident, Dajkovi? stated that the manager of the bar is closely related to then Prime Minister and the current President of Montenegro, Milo ?ukanovi?. He also stated that he won't stop his political activism until ?ukanovi? leaves office.[5]

He also appeared in a TV talk show hosted by a Serbian-Canadian director Boris Malagurski.[3] Dajkovi? has established himself as a fierce critic of the ruling DPS of Milo ?ukanovi?, as well as the accession of Montenegro to NATO.[6][3]

In 2018, he was one of the founders and was named the general secretary of the True Montenegro, a right-wing populist political party in Montenegro which is led by Marko Mila?i?, also a former member of the "Movement for Neutrality".

In September 2019, Dajkovi? and Mila?i? were arrested after Mila?i? climbed on the roof of the car and gave a speech he was supposed to give in front of the prosecutor's office. The Police Administration announced that he prevented the officers of the Communal Inspection from performing their official duties. In late 2019, Mila?i? removed Dajkovi? from his position as the general secretary due to the "insurmountable loss of professional and personal trust".[7]

He has participated in numerous protests against the government including the Montenegrin religious protests in 2019-2020.[6] For the 2020 Montenegrin parliamentary elections, he endorsed the coalition For the Future of Montenegro, and its leader Zdravko Krivokapi?. He also announced that he will be joining the campaign of the coalition.[8]

He has received media attention for posting many anti-government humorous videos on his Facebook page which numbers more than 100,000 followers.[9][10][11] He holds good relations with a Serbian nationalist politician, Mi?a Vaci? and a Republika Srpska politician, Dra?ko Stanivukovi? with whom he participated in an anti-government rally in Nik?i? on 28 August 2020.[12][13]

In October 2020, Dajkovi? went to Belgrade to pick up his master's diploma. His car also ended up keyed with the inscription "MNE" (abbreviation for Montenegro). He accused the people close to President ?ukanovi? for this incident.[14]

On 26 May 2021, Dajkovi? announced that he is ready to run for mayor of Podgorica.[15]


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  11. ^ "PRVI TURISTA IZ ZIMBABVEA STIGAO U CRNU GORU: Afrikanci za spas sezone! (VIDEO)". Glas javnosti (in Serbian). Retrieved .
  12. ^ "SRPSKA DESNICA ZVANI?NO POSTAJE POLITI?KA PARTIJA: "Ovo je na?a zemlja i ovde ?e da va?e na?a pravila! (FOTO+VIDEO)". Pink.rs | Najbr?i portal u Srbiji (in Serbian). Retrieved .
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