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Public employees nominated for AGA, CA of state-run companies



Several public employees have been nominated for the General Assemblies of Shareholders (AGA) and the Boards of Directors (CA) of various state-run companies, Mediafax reports. State secretaries with ministries and advisors to PM Victor Ponta were nominated for the General Assembly of Shareholders and Board of Directors of the following state-owned companies, Electrocentrale Bucharest, Nuclearelectrica, Electrica, Hidroelectrica or the Oltenia Energy Complex.
Ioana Maria Petrescu, state advisor to the Chancellery of PM Ponta, was nominated for the position of state’s representative to the General Assembly of Shareholders of Electrocentrale Grup Bucharest.
Official sources said the list of proposals also included Geanina Cristina Puscasu, currently holding the position of state advisor in the Cabinet and former assistant of MEP Daciana Sarbu (Ponta’s wife – editor’s note) in Brussels. Geanina Puscasu was nominated for the position of state’s representative in the Nuclearelectrica General Assembly of Shareholders.
In addition, state secretary with the Education Ministry Gigel Paraschiv was nominated for the General Assembly of Shareholders at Electrica SA Bucharest, and state secretary with the Department for Energy Maricel Pop for the position of member of the Board of Directors at Hidroelectrica SA.
Marius Alexandru Dunca, vice president of the National Authority for Consumers’ Protection, is nominated for the General Assembly of Shareholders at the Oltenia Energy Complex, undersecretary of state with the Energy Department Marcel Bogdan Pandelica for Electrica’s General Assembly of Shareholders and state secretary with the Ministry of EU Funds Gabriel Onaca for the General Assembly of Shareholders at Electrica Distributie Muntenia Nord Ploiesti.

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