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On the one hand, the recruitment of permanent staff in Cyprus was frozen, due to the implementation of the fiscal consolidation memorandum (2013-2016) and on the other hand, in order to fill the gaps in the state machine, the number of permanent employees was increasing.
The Ministry of Finance provided data to the Parliament on the number of temporary staff from December 2012, ie & nbsp; the period before the recruitment of staff, until December 31, 2021. The analysis of the data shows that in the interval of nine over the years the number of temporary staff increased by 852 persons. According to ministry figures, at the end of 2012 the number of temporary staff in the public service was 4,611 people, while the corresponding number at the end of 2021 amounted to 5,463 people.
In particular, the fiscal consolidation memorandum with the troika provided for a reduction in the number of civil servants by at least 5,000 during the period 2012-2016, with a freeze on recruitment. Measures were also taken to increase the mobility of civil servants within and between the relevant ministries and & nbsp; the abolition of at least 1,880 permanent posts was envisaged. & Nbsp; The freeze on recruitment was also applied to hourly staff. The details regarding the increase of the temporary staff are included in a letter of the General Director of the Ministry of Finance, George Pantelis, sent to the members of the Parliamentary Committee on Finance, in the context of the discussion of the DISY and DIKO bill which the Commission will not proceed with thawing promotion positions but these will be done by the Public Service Committee.
The bill is being drafted
Despite the efforts of the two parties to put an “order” in the promotions, the government is preparing a bill which will reflect the agreement reached between the Ministry of Finance and the trade unions PASYDY, SEK and PEO to lift the bans on filling public positions and beyond. public sector. Under the agreement, the provision will be removed from the budgets to prohibit the filling of vacant permanent staff positions. According to the ministry, the new bill that will soon be promoted in Parliament will & nbsp; make it possible to staff the public and the wider public sector with permanent staff and will reduce the recruitment of non-permanent staff.
Once the ban is lifted, permanent vacancies will normally be promoted to fill. In recent years, the government's policy has been to fill positions with permanent staff, in order to reduce the number of temporary staff. However, & nbsp; the perpetuation of the approximately six thousand indefinite public times is high on the agenda of the trade unions. In fact, the President of the Republic Nikos Anastasiadis at the last conference of PASYDY had opened a window for the gradual permanent establishment of the extraordinary ones, although he considers that the whole project is difficult.
A few weeks ago, the issue of making permanent appointments was at the center of a meeting of the Ad Hoc Committee of PASYDY for issues of permanent and permanent employees (EEA) with the General Secretary of PASYDY. The meeting expressed strong frustration with the ineffectiveness and the unjustified delay in resolving the issue. The participants demanded the immediate removal of the injustice suffered by thousands of temporary workers. They estimate that the permanence of the 6 thousand indefinite time will not create additional expenses in the state and will contribute to the proper functioning and rational structure of the public service structures. & Nbsp;
They do not know how many are buying services
Meanwhile, at a time when the number of temporary staff has increased, the Ministry of Finance does not know the number of employees who are on the status of the services market. As the General Director of the ministry notes in his letter to the Parliament, in the public sector data are not kept centrally, as the purchase of services does not concern the employment of employees and is not included in the overall staff, but concerns the undertaking/execution of specific work with specific deliverables. At the same time, he emphasizes that in order for each ministry, sub-ministry, department and service to provide the necessary appropriations in its budget, the procedures provided in the services market are followed and the relevant appropriations are included in the explanatory memorandum of the state budget. In relation to legal entities under public law, according to Mr. Pantelis, the credits related to the purchase of services are included in the budget of each organization. Concluding, he emphasizes that the purchase of services in the public and wider public sector is not exclusively for individuals but also companies and entities operating in the private sector.