Tarom general director urged to quit over poor management

Social Democrat Senator Olguta Vasilescu yesterday in a press conference demanded that national air carrier Tarom’s general director Ruxandra Brutaru be dismissed. Vasilescu accused Brutaru of poor management, saying that the company had losses of over USD 100 M last year. She also said Brutaru “sabotaged” the state-run airlines in favour of other air flying companies.

Vasilescu also said that Tarom’s privatisation, which was agreed on in 2000 by memorandum between the Romanian state and the World Bank, was stopped by the Social Democrat Adrian Nastase cabinet, which brought the company only gains. The Social Democrat Senator called on Transport Minister Anca Boagiu to open an investigation into the Tarom management and to dismiss Brutaru.

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