The Romanian regulator ANCOM’s president Sorin Grindeanu has tendered his resignation for the second time.
Ziarul Financiar reports that he originally said he would leave the post on October 16 but then did so yesterday (October 8).
Grindeanu is a former Prime Minister and headed the Social Democratic Party (PSD) government from January -June 2017, when he was removed by a motion of no confidence.
Although he became president of ANCOM on November 7, 2017, he also assumed the role of VP of the PSD in August this year and as the two roles are incompatible decided to relinquish his position at ANCOM.
Local reports say that the appointment of a successor to Grindeanu at ANCOM is being rushed through.