Lawmakers vote to replace Gulf Air board
- Bahrain: Thursday, December 06 - 2012 at 01:13
Bahraini lawmakers have voted to replace the entire board of directors of Gulf Air, which was appointed last month, and cancel the contracts of two consultancy firms recruited by the airline, Gulf Daily News has reported. "Gulf Air has suffered enough from boards lacking knowledge in the past and because of that, firms that are not specialised have been brought in to provide help - but instead of doing so, they have drained the company further," said MP Abdulhameed Al Meer. The troubled airline announced last week the resignation of its chief executive, Samer Majali."I can't blame Mr Majali for resigning. He was caught between the board and consultancy firms. He was there as décor," said Al Meer.
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