Montenegrin is based on the most widespread dialect of Serbo-Croatian, Shtokavian , more specifically on Eastern Herzegovinian , which is also the basis of Standard Croatian , Serbian , and Bosnian. Montenegro's language has historically and traditionally been called either Montenegrin,     "Our language",  or Serbian. Montenegrin became the official language of Montenegro with the ratification of a new constitution on 22 October The Montenegrin standard is still emerging. Its orthography was established on 10 July with the addition of two letters to the alphabet.
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The name of the language is still a major issue in Montenegro. In the latest Constitution it is called Serbian language. The official situation is ambivalent. All these official websites use for their native language section the Latin alphabet and not the Cyrillic, which is the traditional alphabet of Serbian.
The non-governmental cultural-scientific institutions Doclean Academy of Science and Arts, Montenegrin PEN center, Matica Crnogorska established at the beginning of the s also support this effort, as well as some individual members of the state-run Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts. Institut za crnogorski jezik i jezikoslovlje Institute for Montenegrin language and linguistics in Cetinje supports the idea of a Montenegrin language. Podgorica Geneza, tipologija, razvoj, strukturne odlike, funkcije.
Od artikulacije govora do From the Articulation of the Idiom to Cetinje and Cyrillic and Latin alphabets shall be deemed to be equal. Springe direkt zu Inhalt. Institute for East European Studies. National Language and its Standardization. National Language and its Standardization 4.
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Crnogorski jezik je veštačka kreacija