State-owned Paks Nuclear Power Plant will hold an extraordinary general meeting on September 13 to consider replacing the plant's current CEO, János Süli, and five supervisory board members, Paks Atomerőmű Zrt, the company that runs the facility, announced on Thursday.
The Paks Nuclear Power Plant, which is wholly owned by state electricity company MVM, generated after-tax profit of HUF 17 billion in 2009, down from HUF 18 billion in 2008.
Süli has served as the CEO of Paks Atomerőmű Zrt since March 24, 2009.
MVM boards were recalled and new members elected by an extraordinary general meeting, which appointed Csaba Baji, the former head of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant as MVM CEO, at the end of July. (MTI-ECONEWS)