“With a report by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Annita Dimitriou, on the unfortunate loss of the Minister of Labor and Social Insurance Zeta Aimilianidou, today's plenary session began, during which a minute's silence was observed in her memory.” text-paragraph “>”We begin today's session with reference to the unfortunate loss of the Minister of Labor and Social Insurance Zeta Aimilianidou as a tribute to the woman politician, who in her nine-year tenure as Minister, in the admittedly crucial and very demanding Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare her hard work and personal sensitivity for the citizen, not only broke any stereotype, but also became a model of a politician, who with her targeted, crucial and effective interventions expanded the welfare state, strengthened the institutional legal framework and labor rights. “It contributed to the consolidation of gender equality and the establishment of workers 'peace and prevented workers' destabilization in difficult times,” she said. Δημητρίου.
He noted that Zeta Aimilianidou studied law at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and obtained a master's degree from the Cyprus Institute of Marketing.
“As a public service official, she rose through the ranks to the position of Director of Customs, Value Added Tax Superintendent and Director General of the Ministry of Energy, Trade, Industry and Tourism. He was also President of the Cyprus Energy Foundation and the Special Fund for Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Saving and a member of the board of the Cyprus Ports Authority. “Her contribution to drafting key legislation for the state was also remarkable, most notably customs legislation, Value Added Tax legislation and the Minimum Guaranteed Income law,” he added.
He also stated that as Director General of the Ministry of Energy, Trade, Industry and Tourism he took on the difficult role of successfully completing the 2nd Round of Licensing of Hydrocarbons in Offshore Areas of Cyprus and was Chairman of the Advisory Committee for concerns the five pieces of the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Republic.
In 2013, Ms. continued. Dimitriou, was appointed by the President of the Republic to the position of Minister of Labor, Welfare and Social Insurance and in the same position was re-appointed for a second term in 2018, which he served tirelessly until her death.
As he said, Zeta Aimilianidou was not only one and worthy public official and a very capable official of the executive power.
” She was also a very close and valuable colleague of the legislature by her presence in Parliament and in parliamentary committees whenever she was called and in any capacity, she contributed with her experience, perseverance and flexibility in overcoming obstacles, in combining divergent views, in advancing important reform bills, with only one , the man who needs support, in the context of a fairer society “, he said.
” Zeta Aimilianidou leaves an unfilled gap in public life and the heavy legacy for its successors and for all of us. “Her memory is eternal”, concluded Mrs. Dimitriou.