The president of Endesa, Borja Prado, has suffered the protests of the union members of the company who have interrupted him numerous times during his farewell speech at the shareholders' meeting that is being held in Madrid.
Trade unionists and workers have been able to access the auditorium because they have acquired shares in the company. Outside, in the street, hundreds of people coming from different parts of Spain protest against the management of the company and the breakdown of the negotiations of the new collective agreement.
In the room, the noisiest whistles have occurred when Borja Prado He thanked the presence of Enel's counselors, the majority shareholder of the company. There have also been protests when Prado has said that "we are by far the electricity company that has invested the most in Spain", when he announced that "we will maintain the dividend policy" and stating that "Endesa has maintained its brand and personality".
The biggest row has occurred so far when he has finished his speech and has given way to the CEO, José Bogas, who has taken a few minutes to start his speech.
At the end of the meeting, Borja Prado will be relieved in the presidency of Endesa by Juan Sánchez-Calero, although Bogas will assume all the executive powers.