Djukanovic again at the helm in Montenegro
( dpa ) - The Montenegrin parliament Friday backed Milo Djukanovic as the country's prime minister for the fourth time since 1991.
Though a virtually undisputed leader in Montenegro, Djukanovic, 46, withdrew from government posts in late 2006, after completing his project of separating Montenegro from Serbia.
He returned after a 15-month absence from the limelight to step in for his successor, Zeljko Sturanovic, who had to resign last month to battle a rare form of lung cancer.
Djukanovic returns amid the crumbling popularity of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), over which he continued to preside.
Djukanovic said that Montenegro's international integrations and the revival of the moribund economy remain at the top of the cabinet priorities list.