PM: more personnel changes at ČEZ to follow

Prime Minister Petr Nečas has said that more personnel changes should follow at the country’s power utility ČEZ in the wake of a change of guard at the top post. The prime minister threw fresh light on CEO Martin Roman’s unexpected resignation last week saying that he was dissatisfied with Mr. Roman’s performance in office and had made it clear he would not be renewing his contract next year. The prime minister said he was not happy with the outcome of the power utility’s foreign acquisitions. Mr. Roman has been replaced by the second in command Daniel Benes as chief executive manager.