The Montenegrin Orthodox Church is a religious group acting in Montenegro and Montenegrin emigration circles - the town of Lov enac in Serbia's northern province of Vojvodina) and the Montenegrin emigration colony in Argentina. In an opt between the Serbian and Montenegrin Orthodox Churches, 29.36% Montenegro's Eastern Orthodox Christians have opted for the MOC. 70.64% have opted for the Serbian Orthodox Church. MOC considers itself to be the sole legitimate representative of Orthodox Christianity in Montenegro. MOC also lays claim to all Orthodox Christian property in Montenegro that's in possession of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC). From time to time, MOC's members and supporters have attempted to claim some of these structures (mostly in the Cetinje municipal area). The MOC was created in Cetinje on October 31, 1993 by Antonije Abramovi and Liberal Alliance of Montenegro (LSCG), a political party that existed at the time. At the time, Montenegro was part of the federal state with Serbia called the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which was formed a year earlier following a 1992 referendum.