Minister sacks MÁV CEO
Sunday, September 11, 2005, 00:00
Economy and Transport Minister János Kóka on Thursday recalled CEO of Hungarian railway company MÁV Zoltán Mándoki from the board of directors and initiated his dismissal. Kóka said no replacement for Mándoki would be appointed, and the position of MÁV's President-CEO Gyula Gaál would be enhanced. István Heinczinger will be appointed deputy CEO. Speaking at a press conference, Kóka also announced that the government would soon submit its ten-step program proposal for reforming MÁV to Parliament. The proposal includes plan to set up a National Railway Office.