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RATB CEO resigns


Adrian Campurean, CEO of the Bucharest public transport operator RATB stated yesterday for Agerpres that he filed for resignation on Wednesday evening. Campurean pointed out that the reason for his decision was the underfunding of RATB.
“The main reason why I handed in my resignation to the Board of Directors was the underfunding of RATB. I do not think I can ensure proper management or reach the budget quota if the allocated funds are 25% smaller than the amount I requested,” Campurean explained. He also mentioned that the budget projection for 2013 was approved in May and his resignation was filed more than a month ago. “I filed my request to resign from this term more than one month ago. I was asked to stay for another month, which I did, and my resignation was approved at the following Board of Directors’ meeting,” Campurean stated, adding that starting from July 24 Valeriu Bunea wil be interim CEO.
“Valeriu Bunea is a specialist who has worked with the company, a man with a great deal of experience. He developed professionally at RATB and previously occupied the position of operational manager”, said the former CEO of RATB.

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