On Thursday the Speaker of the Montenegrin parliament scheduled the first presidential election (since its independence from Serbia) in the republic for April 6. Podgorica is the capital of Montenegro. They likely choices are (1) Filip Vujanovic, the incumbent President and (2) Nebojsa Medojevic, the dynamic young reformist heading a group of economists and thinkers or Montenegro and (3) pro-Serbian politician Andrija Mandic. In this article we examine the chances of the challenger Nebojsa Medojevic who is prepared to face the single greatest challenge of free Montenegro – economic viability of the tiny nation.