Gheorghe Sterp Vingărzan was appointed to the Supervisory Board of Transelectrica. Compensation of nearly 20,000 lei

Deputy Secretary General of PNL Sibiu, former youth leader of the organization, Gheorghe Sterp Vingărzan, will be proposed as a member of Transelectrica’s supervisory board, as stated on the company’s website.

The job is compatible with the position of a county council member and will receive 17,926 lei per month to analyze the company’s management activity.

Works in the party, county council member and director twice, at the age of 36

In recent years, Vingărzan held several public positions, in addition to the position of a member of the county council. In December 2021, he was appointed to the General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) in Societăță Drumuri si Poduri SA, before that he was Deputy Director of the House of Culture for Students in Sibiu, and in 2011-2012 he served as Sports Director of Sibiu Municipal Club.

Vengorzan is 36 years old and graduated from the University of Lucien Plaga in Sibiu with a degree in Economics. According to his presentation, he has been active in politics since 2005, “during this period I held various positions, from member to secretary general of youth organization, then in the past nine years as head of county youth organization and this deputy secretary general within PNL Sibiu.” Since 2016, he has been a member of the county council. The Liberal could not be reached for details about the new position.

Two Sibyans on the Electricity Supervisory Board

In addition to Sterp, Theodor Atanasio, the former Minister of Defense in the Tariceanu government and first vice president of the PNL, and Luminiţa Zezeanu, a technocrat close to the PSD, were also appointed to the Transelectrica Supervisory Board. She was a Minister of State in the Ministry of Development during the 2017-2019 Public Security Directorate governments, coming among the officials in this ministry. Until recently, Zezeanu was a director in the Directorate of the POT Muntenia Management Authority, according to Adevărul.

In a supervisory board, members have a minimum total of 17,926 lei, and that is just the “fixed allowance”, because in such situations there are two components: one is fixed and the other is the “variable component”. With the renewal of the CS, there was an increase in the allowance from 13,976 lei to 17,926.

In addition to Vingărzan, the supervisory board of Transelectrica also has a Sibian. We are talking about Virgil Orlandi, the former head of UNPR, the party led by Gabriel Opera.

Unlike Vingărzan, Orlandia is close to Transelectrica’s business, having been from 2011 a member of the Board of Directors of Electrica Serv, then General Director of a direction within the company, and between 2016 and 2021 he was a coordinating expert at the Sibiu Energy Center of Excellence within CNTEE Transelectrica SA .

The five directorate members get the most generous salaries, with a total monthly allowance of 46,000 lei. The mandate of the directorate members expires on October 24, 2022, around the same time as the mandates of the ANRE members, as four of the seven directorate positions are ready to take over.

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by Aline Prato

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