(Reuters) – Petrobras shareholders on Friday approved eight members of the company’s board of directors, sources told Reuters.
Six of the eight nominees by the Union were approved, including two government nominations –Ricardo Soriano and Jônathas Castro– that had been vetoed by the Eligibility Committee and the current councilors.
Those approved will be added to the other three directors who were not submitted to this vote: Rosângela Buzanelli, nominated by Petrobras employees, in addition to Marcelo Mesquita and Francisco Petros, nominated by minority shareholders.
(By Rafaella Barros and Gram Slattery)
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