NNEGC Energoatom declares that the current version of the Charter makes it impossible to carry out personnel reforms and changes in the structure of the company.
It is noted that the company has prepared a new edition of the Charter, which takes into account the norms and requirements of the legislation, in particular regarding the transparency of the process of making managerial decisions, the implementation of financial and economic activities and the fight against corruption.
“This decision was a necessary step, because the changes that the Ministry made to the Charter of the company at the end of last year contradicted the current legislation and even the procedure for making these changes had no legal basis,” the statement said.
On May 8, 2020, the draft of the indicated document was sent to the Ministry of Energy in the established manner, however, approval was refused there.
On May 29, Energoatom sent a letter explaining why this version of the Charter requires urgent consideration, "however, the answer was negative again and without convincing arguments."
In this regard, on June 19, 2020, Energoatom filed a lawsuit in the Kyiv Economic Court with the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine to invalidate certain paragraphs of the current charter of the enterprise.
The company notes that the current version of the Charter, approved by order of the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection of Ukraine dated 05.12.2019, does not comply with the Commercial Code of Ukraine and the legislation on the management of state property.
“In addition, it contains a significant number of provisions that violate the rights and legitimate interests of the Company, and also creates obstacles and makes normal and efficient operation of the enterprise impossible.”
Earlier it was reported that Energoatom sued the Ministry of Energy. In its lawsuit, the company asked to invalidate a number of paragraphs of its Charter, in particular 4.7., 6.2.30, 7.4.11, 7.4.12, 7.4.21, 8.1.2, 8.1.10 and section 11.
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