On the website of the parliament, a decision was issued declaring the public procurement procedure for two vehicles worth 30,000 euros. The document states that the procurement procedure is no the car was launched on December 6, but it was suspended because no offer was submitted. The company also announced in March that it will procure three new official cars worth 36,000 euros. As a reason to plan for the purchase of new official vehicles from the parliament, the age of the 11 cars used by the Assembly was then indicated, which, as they stated, greatly diminished the safety of users and multiply the maintenance costs. In the fleet of parliament, there are currently 29 cars that are used by the management of that institution, deputies and officials, and the right to use the vehicles permanently is provided by Parliament Speaker Ivan Brajovic, Vice Presidents March 2019 Calendar Canada and Genci Nimanbegu. The right to use the car also have heads of parliamentary clubs of parliamentary parties, as well as the Secretary General of the Assembly and his deputies.
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In 2016, Parliament bought two new “opel asters” for 29,880 euros. The Public Procurement Plan of the Parliament of Montenegro for 2018 foresees the purchase of vehicles for 36,000 euros, while fuel expenses were 67,117 euros. In order to maintain official cars, the Assembly decided last year 46,000 euros. “News” earlier announced that MPs in the Parliament spent 23,606 euros for fuel until August 2018. The largest consumer, according to parliament, was Gvozdenovic, who pours around 343 euros a month in his official BMW.
According to the data of the Administrative Board, the head of the Administrative Committee, Liudj Škrelj, spent about 183 euros a month on fuel, while his party counterpart, Democratic Party of Socialists (MDP) member Miodrag Vukovic, pouring 134 euros a month into the official car. Fuel March 2019 Calendar Canada costs about 160 euros a month, and DPS deputy Zeljko Aprcovic’s fuel costs about 116 euros. The part of the Montenegrin opposition with Russian President Vladimir Putin is also good for the Democratic Front (DF) and Montenegro, claims one of the leaders of Fronta Milan Knezevic, while from the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), said that the public was convinced that there was no meeting in Belgrade, but a race to greet and photograph anyone. “I do not want to comment on the visits of foreign statesmen to other countries.