Energa’s supervisory board has removed President Jacek Goliński from the board of directors. His duties will be taken over by the current Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Iona Waxmundska-Ulinzak, until the appointment of a new president – the company reported.
Goliński is Brother of Law and Justice MP Magorzata Golinska, he is the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Climate and Environment. He was the president of the company as of December 2019. It is not known if the decision to dismiss him was related to the so-called decision on nepotism adopted by the ruling party in July.
It is related to a resolution adopted at the last Congress of the Law and Justice Party, which states that That spouses, sons, sisters, and parents of PiS representatives and senators cannot sit on the supervisory boards of SOEs. The ban also applies to the employment of immediate family members of PiS deputies and senators in SP companies.
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However, there are exceptions to the decision. The ban does not apply to persons “who were employed / worked in the structures of state treasury companies due to their professional qualifications and experience and at the same time their unusual life situation.”
As of the end of April 2020, Energa belongs to PKN Orlen Capital Group.
The media reported on Friday (July 16) that 13 members of the Law and Justice family lost their positions in state-owned companies. According to MFF Radio, all of these people submitted their resignations themselves, “which will be in fulfillment of the decision to self-cleanse the power party.”
out of 13 people, That stopped working was, among other things, Emilia Hermacyowska, wife of MP Ryszard Czarnicki., who was a member of the supervisory board of Armatura Kraków, owned by PZU.
As Carol Chorzewski resigned, Son of former Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski, who sat on the Supervisory Board of Exalo Drilling, owned by PGNiG.
Sources: PAP, Onet, Radio Zet