The proposals of candidates tothe Board of Directors of theNational Bank of Romania(BNR) are Mugur Isarescu,Cristian Popa, Bogdan Olteanu,Daniel Daianu, Marin Dinu,Nicolae Danila, Agnes Nagyand Virgil Stoenescu, PDLdeputy Gheorghe Ialomitianusaid, pointing out changes canstill be made.Ialomitianu told Mediafax thatuntil the hearings in theCommissions to be held today,changes can still be made in thelist of candidates for the BNRBoard. “As far as I know, fromthe parliamentary groups andthe Finance Ministry it’s possiblethat surprises might appearuntil the hearings held onMonday, with Liviu Voinea orGheorghe Gherghina standingas candidates,” Ialomitianu said.He also declared that LiviuVoinea and GheorgheGherghina could leave theministry after they wereallegedly criticized for notbacking the pension hikesMinisters Oprea and Dusawant for the army and homeinterior staff. There is growingdiscontent as the two officialsproposed only spending cutsmeant to compensate the CAScuts. The two Parliamentchambers will gather in a plenarysession next Monday asof 4 p.m. to vote on the newBoards of Directors of BNR,the Court of Auditors and theRomanian Radio BroadcastingCorporation (SRR), respectively,the president of SRTV andone member of the FinancialSupervisory Authority (ASF).
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