Starting midnight, fuel prices in Montenegro will be seven cents lower, after the Regulation on the Method of Setting Maximum Retail Prices of Petroleum Products was declared unconstitutional, announced the Ministry of Economy.
The Ministry explained that today’s publication in the Official Journal of the Constitutional Court decision on termination of the amendments to Regulation, resulted in removing the fee for highway construction and financing of representative sport.
From midnight Eurosuper 98 will cost 1,12 Euros while Eurosuper 95 will amount 1.12 Euros per liter. Eurodiesel will cost 99 cents. Heating oil for wholesale price will be 94 cents, while oil for household heating will cost 66 cents.
The Constitutional Court in mid-October declared unconstitutional the amendment to the Government’s Regulation on the Method of Setting Maximum Retail Prices of Petroleum Products which introduced a fee for highway and representative sport amounting seven cents per liter of fuel.
The government passed an amendment to the Regulation on 16 April, and it had been applied from 21 April.
The last fuel price change was on October 5.
Izvor: RTV Montenegro