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Mugur Isarescu will most probably get another mandate as governor of the Romanian National Central Bank / Democrat Liberals will propose a candidate to replace Dijmarescu - sources

de A.C.
Marţi, 8 septembrie 2009, 15:53 English | Top News

Mugur Isarescu, guvernatorul BNR
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Mugur Isarescu is proposed for another 5 year mandate as governor of the National Central Bank while deputy Vice Governor Florin Georgescu will be sustained by the Social Democrats while Democrat Liberals will sustain Cristian Popa and will propose a new candidate to replace Eugen Dijmarescu, political sources declared for Romanian news agency NewsIn.

Mugur Isarescu will start another five year mandate on October 11, 2009 since he has no counter-candidates. This would be Isarescu's fourth mandate as governor of the Central Bank. In the same time, two of the three executives in the Central Bank like Florin Georgescu, deputy vice-governor and vice-governor Cristian Popa will be proposed for another mandate.

However, Eugen Dijmanescu, vice-governor of the central bank since 2004 and chief of the International Reserves Committee will be replaced, by all probabilities.

Isarescu, aged 60 is governor of the Central Bank since 1990 and entered the book of records for his longest mandates as central bank governor in the world.

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