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The EAC is on a declining path and tends to become inefficient and unable to meet its needs and role. This painful statement is made by the four unions that are active in the Authority, in the context of their letter to the Minister of Finance, dated June 7. The unions attribute the worrying situation in which the EAC has fallen to the large number of employees that have left in recent years and its untimely replacement, resulting in serious gaps in the structures of the organization and the transfer of know-how.
In another letter, on the same day, to the Minister of Energy, the unions criticize Natasa Pileidou for inaction and oligarchy in dealing with problems in the EAC, which they had pointed out in their previous letters and suggesting that she take the initiative to the EU to temporarily relieve Cyprus of the cost of purchasing greenhouse gas emission allowances, in order to reduce the cost of electricity.
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The letter to Konstantinos Petridis is mainly intended to put pressure on it to be approved by the Ministry of Finance and to be forwarded to the Council of Ministers. The Parliament has an additional budget that provides for the creation of a significant number of new posts. According to the unions, the budget “has been unjustifiably pending in the Ministry of Finance for several months”.