Issues related to the employment status of advisers to the Presidency of the Republic, as well as the resumption of the issue of purchase and sale of Cyprus Airways, will be registered next Thursday in the Parliamentary Audit Committee, the AKEL Parliamentary Group said on Monday. Charalambidou.
As the MP said, as AKEL, next Thursday, we are registering in the Parliamentary Audit Committee, two issues with the first concerning the conversion of the employment status of Advisers of the Presidency of the Republic to Indefinite Time, although these are political appointments, according to relevant complaints. of the Auditor General, Odysseas Michailidis.
“We will register the issue and ask for explanations from the Presidency on the way in which it acted,” said Ms. Charalambidou, adding that “this action on the part of the Presidency of the Republic is tantamount to abolishing a state of equality.”
“At the moment when every citizen's child enters procedures to claim a position in times of unemployment and economic crisis, some people can not be comfortable out of the window and be placed on public scales, while at the same time being paid much higher amounts from the scales on which they were placed “, said the Member of Parliament.
She added that “everyone who wants to be comfortable with their own people, should take care to secure the funds from their personal accounts”, expressing her personal opinion that “both the one who accepts the rusfeti and the one who does it should be sent”.
“It depends on who you know in this place to be comfortable,” said Ms. Charalambidou.
He stated that “at the same time and based on the new data that have seen the light of day, we will bring back the issue of the purchase and sale process of Cyprus Airways and what has taken place in relation to the way Ryan Air was represented in the whole process.”
Ms. Charalambidou said that “we will propose a relevant amendment to stop all this institutional decline in issues of equality”, calling on all fellow MPs who want to co-sign the two issues that AKEL will register in the Parliamentary Audit Committee.
Finally, answering a question whether lawyers involved in the case will be summoned before the Audit Committee, Ms. Charalambidou said that “they should be summoned and beyond that depends on the decision of the majority of the Parliamentary Audit Committee”.