25.02.2021. / 16:31
BANJA LUKA – The Assembly of Shareholders of “Posta Srpske” plans to dismiss the Supervisory Board at tomorrow’s session because it did not accept the plan of the management of “Posta” to borrow this company for nine million KM in order to buy the facility owned by Slavko Roguljic, the portal finds out CAPITAL.
After the Supervisory Board removed from the Proposal of the business plan “Post” for this year a loan of nine million KM for the purchase of a sorting center in Banja Luka, which was planned by the management, and sent such a proposal to the Shareholders’ Assembly for consideration, the president resigned first. then two members of the RS Supervisory Board.
The Supervisory Board held a session on February 5 and passed all planning acts with the decision to remove the credit indebtedness from the business plan for this year and from the three-year investment plan.
These decisions were made without the president of the Supervisory Board, who had previously resigned. However, a few days after the session of the Supervisory Board, the member of the board Jelena Vidović resigned, and then Slobodan Gavranović, after which the Supervisory Board was left with two members and without the possibility to make any decisions.
After that, the management addressed the RS Ministry of Transport and Communications, expressing fear that the company would get into trouble, after which came the RBI’s request to change the already established agenda of the Shareholders’ Assembly, so that instead of dismissing the President of the Supervisory Board, on dismissal of the complete NO and appointment of a new temporary NO.
It is, to our knowledge, that the exclusion of credit indebtedness from the plan led to both resignations and a request for dismissal of the entire Supervisory Board.
The shareholders’ assembly tomorrow, however, decides on the removal of the complete Supervisory Board
However, the Supervisory Board, in which only two members remained, rejected the RBI’s request, as they did not have a quorum to decide, after which the RBI addressed the court, and the court ordered the Supervisory Board to change the disputed agenda items.
The points have been changed and the Assembly will tomorrow consider the decision on dismissal of all members of the Supervisory Board, however, the member of the Supervisory Board Željko Dubravac for CAPITAL he says that he does not know who put those points at the session, considering that the NO did not because there is no possibility for that.
He pointed out that the Supervisory Board removed credit indebtedness from the business plan because the company’s management was not united on that issue, but also because the already bad financial indicators of “Pošta” would be further worsened.
“These were the fundamental reasons why we thought that at this moment we should not make a decision on credit indebtedness. “Pošta” needs to solve the issue of the sorting center, but we previously thought that it is more rational to build a purpose-built facility on the land that this company has, and not to buy a non-purpose facility because in addition to that credit debt, three to four more million KM to put it into operation. I think that would completely stifle the company, ” he said.
He also confirmed that the court ordered the Supervisory Board to change the agenda of the session of the Assembly of Shareholders, but that they did not do that because according to the law, they cannot do that.
“We cannot act according to the court’s decision because there are only two members of the Supervisory Board left. The fact that the agenda was changed was done by someone else, it is not the Supervisory Board because we cannot do it “, said Dubravac.
CAPITAL is recent announced that the credit indebtedness of nine million KM was deleted from the Proposal of the business plan of “Pošta Srpske” for this year for the purchase of a sorting center in Banja Luka, as well as that the Post Office intends to buy that facility from Slavko Roguljić.
CAPITAL: Marina Čigoja Ljubojević
Source: Capital.ba – Informacija je capital by www.capital.ba.
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