“Today I dismissed Zbigniew Gryglas from the supervisory board of PGE SA. Soon more good changes in State Treasury companies,” wrote Borys Budka, Minister of State Assets, on X (formerly Twitter).
“Today I dismissed Zbigniew Gryglas from the supervisory board of PGE SA. Soon more good changes in State Treasury companies” – he wrote on X (formerly Twitter) Borys BudkaMinister of State Assets.
Who is Zbigniew Gryglas?
Zbigniew Gryglas was a member of the supervisory board of PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna. He was appointed to it twice. The first time was in November 2021, and then he was dismissed on June 23, 2022. After three weeks, in mid-July 2023, the politician was again included in the board of the largest energy company in Poland.
“He has several years of experience in ownership supervision over companies with State Treasury participation, gained at the Ministry of Treasury (1996-2006) and the Ministry of State Assets (2019-2021)” – you can read on the energy company’s website. Gryglas also served as a member of the management board of Polski Holding Hotelowy from January to July 2022.
Zbigniew Gryglas served as a member of the 8th term of the Sejm in 2015-2019. He was a member of the parliamentary committee on energy and state treasury. In the 2015 parliamentary elections he won 1,011 votes. He was elected to the lower house of parliament from Nowoczesna’s list, which he left in October 2017. In the past, Gryglas was reprimanded by Nowoczesna for this he spoke from the parliamentary rostrum wearing the armband of the National Armed Forces.
Gryglas then joined the Law and Justice parliamentary club, but he failed to enter the Sejm in the next parliamentary elections.
He co-founded Porozumienie, of which he was vice-president in 2017-2021. However, in February 2021, the presidium of the party’s board decided to suspend him, and then, by decision of the peer court, he was excluded from the group. In June 2021, he was taking participation in the founding of the Republican Partywhich he headed Adam Bielan. It included former Agreement politicians Jarosław Gowin, among others Michał Cieślak and Jacek Żalek.
Gryglas is a graduate of the National School of Public Administration, ART Olsztyn and the Warsaw School of Economics.
In March this year, Gryglas became an advisor in the Energy Transformation Department of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management. Read more in “Zbigniew Gryglas has a new job. ‘Don’t be jealous anymore’“.
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