Carlos Ghosn cannot stay, says Renault union chief
Chairman is 'no savior' for automaker, after filling plants with temporary workers
Fabien Gache, head of Renault's labor union, is pushing for Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn to be replaced. The board may replace the detained executive early next week.
PARIS -- The head of Renault's workers union told Nikkei in an interview that it is "incomprehensible" that Carlos Ghosn would continue to serve as chairman and CEO of the French automaker.
"It's a legitimacy issue. I don't think Renault's situation can continue as such now that [Ghosn's] bail request has been denied," Fabien Gache, head of CGT Renault, said Tuesday.
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