Czechs and Slovaks storm Polish gas stations.  PLN 1.2 is cheaper per liter

Analyst Marek Nemke from XTB Financial Markets claims that the decline in the price of raw materials is mainly due to the parliamentary elections in Poland. It takes place in Poland two weeks after voting in Slovakia.

The government, led by the Law and Justice Party, is allegedly putting pressure on the Orlen Group to keep fuel prices artificially low.

This would support the current government, which could eventually be re-elected. However, Orlin denies such accusations and calls on consumers not to store fuel in containersBecause it claims that it does not plan to raise prices after the elections. This could mean that Poland is starting to suffer from fuel shortages, as confirmed by Shell’s decision to introduce a 100-litre refueling limit.

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