Bucharest Court of Appeals confirms City Hall companies were set up illegally

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The Bucharest Court of Appeals has ruled on Wednesday that the 22 companies set up by Mayor Gabriela Firea, have been established illegally and should be dissolved. The announcement was made by USR adviser Roxana Wring.

At the end of November 2018, the court ruled that the companies had been set up illegally by the City Hall, as the decision to establish them was made without the vote of two thirds of the general counselors, ziare.com reports. At the time, Mayor General Gabriela Firea said she would make use of all ways of extraordinary appeals and that the companies are legal. Thus, Ciclop SA, minority shareholder of the municipal companies, filed an appeal against the Bucharest Court.

On Wednesday, according to Roxana Wring, the Bucharest Court of Appeals has rejected the appeal filed by Ciclop SA, upholding the initial decision that the 22 municipal companies were established illegally.

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