The Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro (adopted on October 19, 2007)  It is not rich in coordination norms. Almost all of them are found in the "norms of consent" (or "norms on the lack of consent") and coordination standards, these norms can be called with a great deal of conventionality.
We confine ourselves to two characteristic examples.
Thus, on the basis of Article 53 of the Constitution, the freedom of political, trade union and other association and action, without approval, by the registration with the competent authority, shall be guaranteed.
Another example: by virtue of Article 86 of the Constitution, member of the Parliament shall enjoy immunity. Member of the Parliament shall not be called to criminal or other account or detained because of the expressed opinion or vote in the performance of his/her duty as a Member of the Parliament. No criminal procedure shall be instigated against and no detention shall be assigned to a Member of the Parliament, without the consent of the Parliament, unless the Member has been caught committing a criminal offense for which there is a prescribed sentence of over five years of imprisonment.
Unfortunately, very little attention is paid to current coordination legislation.
Apparently, the Government of Montenegro nevertheless understands the importance of coordination mechanisms of regulation and uses coordination legal technology in everyday practice, at least at the level of planning and forecasting.
For example, in ACTION PLAN FOR MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS GIVEN IN THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION’S OPINION  you can see that in the meantime, the new Government was appointed on 29 December 2010. Apart from the changes in the composition of the Government, other personnel and organisational changes were made as well. Prime Minister PhD Igor Lukšić leads the Core Coordination Team, which is composed of: Duško Marković, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice – coordinator of the Working Group on Justice, Fight Against Corruption and Organised Crime; Milan Roćen, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration – coordinator of the Working Group on Civil Society; Branislav Mićunović, Minister of Culture – coordinator of the Working Group on Media.
The Core Coordination Team was established and it was led by PhD Igor Lukšić, Deputy Prime Minister nad Minister of Finance. The task of the Core Coordination Team, composed of the ministers responsible for seven key areas, was to prepare a draft Action Plan for Monitoring the Implementation of Recommendations given in the European Commission’s Opinion by 16 December 2010 and to submit it to the Government.
In accordance with the Conclusions of the Government, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, as the coordinator of the public debates programme, organised on 31 January and 1 February 2011, in cooperation with line ministries, a public debate consisting of four round tables…
Meanwhile, some given positive examples do not allow us to consider coordination regulation in the Republic of Montenegro as sufficient and effective.
1. The Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro (adopted on October 19, 2007) // http://mylektsii.ru/9-69152.html
2. ACTION PLAN FOR MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS GIVEN IN THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION’S OPINION // http://www.gov.me/en/Library/Other_documents?query=Coordination &sort Direction=desc