Chaos on public television is growing. A meeting of the Supervisory Board convened by the old management was to be held at the TVP headquarters. The liquidator published a statement.
Maciej Topiński, former chairman of the Supervisory Board of TVP, convened a meeting on Friday, December 12, with the participation of former members of the Supervisory Board and invited guests. However, representatives of the predecessor authorities were not allowed to enter.
“We wanted to obtain information about the actions taken by usurpers on TVP from December 19 to December 27 last year. First they didn’t want to let us in, then they showed exceptional arrogance and arrogance, as well as the lack of any information,” said PiS MP Andrzej Śliwka.
The liquidator issued a statement on this matter, which stated that this meeting is not a meeting of the Supervisory Board of Telewizja Polska SA in liquidation and it will not take place in the company’s building at ul. Woronicza 17 in Warsaw.
Former members of the TVP Supervisory Board were not allowed to enter the building. Liquidator’s announcement
The letter recalled that parliamentarians who want to exercise their mandate as MPs or senators can meet with representatives of the authorities of TVP SA in liquidation in a dedicated room in building B. “On the other hand, representatives of public bodies who would like to exercise their powers related to matters related to public television, are asked to contact the liquidator of TVP SA in liquidation in writing, in standard business mode,” it said.
In connection with the actions of the previous Supervisory Board of TVP, the liquidator reminded that the resolution of December 19, 2023 is in force, pursuant to which a new composition of the Supervisory Board of Telewizja Polska SA was appointed: Piotr Zemła, Maciej Taborowski and Anita Gnacikowska. “On the same day, before adopting the above resolution, the previous Supervisory Board composed of Maciej Łopiński, Przemysław Tejkowski and Radosław Włoszek was dismissed by the General Meeting of Shareholders,” we read in the announcement.
The liquidator also points out that only a final court judgment invalidating or repealing the above resolution would constitute a legal basis for questioning the effectiveness and legality of changes in the composition of the Supervisory Board.