Heated debate on political staffing at energy companies
Ljubljana – The parliamentary Commission for Oversight of Public Finances debated on Monday staffing at state-owned energy companies. The centre-left opposition reiterated its allegation of politically-motivated dismissals of managers, while Infrastructure Minister Jernej Vrtovec yet again denied having anything to do with them. On behalf of the initiators of the session, Andrej Rajh from the centre-left Alenka Bratušek Party (SAB) highlighted the case of Robert Golob whose term as chairman of electricity distributor Gen-I was not extended last month. He finds it unacceptable and irresponsible that while Gen-I has increased…
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