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Panagiotidis, Sirimis and Pissaridis prepared a study to improve the anti-corruption tool “Pothen Esches”

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Panagiotidis, Sirimis and Pissaridis prepared a study to improve the anti-corruption tool

One of the sources of the troubles that Cyprus is facing today is the ineffective use of the tool to fight corruption among politically exposed persons (PEPs) which are the published declarations of the property of these persons and the related justification of “where did you come from”, they report. the certified public accountants Christos Panagiotidis and Nikos Syrimis, as well as the Cypriot Nobel Prize-winning university professor Sir Christoforos Pissaridis.

In a statement, the two certified public accountants and the Cypriot Nobel Prize-winning university professor state that they are watching “corruption and entanglement spread in our country and erode all strata of society” and add that in a study (White Paper), which they compiled on a non-profit basis, list the necessary (extensive) changes and improvements needed to achieve the expected result.

“We did not limit ourselves to identifying the weaknesses of the system and the causes of the failure of the effort made in the past, but we proceeded to immediately implement specific and detailed suggestions and proposals, which are detailed in our study”, they report and add that “based on our extensive know-how and experience, we believe that the adoption of our proposals will solve the problem “.

They also state that their study has already been submitted to the President and the Members of the House of Representatives, to the President and Members of the Supreme Court of Cyprus and, a few days ago, to the President of the Republic and the competent Ministers of the Government.

Source: 24h.com.cy

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