PM’s Control Body reveals expensive irregularities at ELCEN, Justice notified

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Bonuses of some RON 300 million in five years and money spent in vain for hundreds of Microsoft licenses that have remained unused, this is what the PM’s Control Body found during the checks conducted at the state company ELCEN. It is to be noted that in 2014 the company had debts of about RON 2 billion (approx. EUR 445 million), reports.

Prime Minister’s Control Body verified the activity of the company during 2009 and 2015 and found about expenditures of some RON 1 billion with the staff, 30 percent of these expenses accounted for premiums and bonuses.

The benefits granted to employees included:

– Holiday bonuses

– Premiums for seniority

– Prizes at retirement

– Addition wage for Easter, on the energy worker’s day and for year-end holidays

– The equivalent of a quota of electricity (300 kWh per month) and a free share of thermal heating

– Transportation

– Coverage of up to 65% of the cost of tickets in holiday resorts.

The PM’s Control Body announces that, following the checks carried out to Electrocentrale Bucharest SA, has decided to notify the Prosecutor’s Office upon the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) to investigate possible criminal acts.

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