According to the data submitted to the Parliament by the Tripartite Committee that controls the undertaking of work in the private sector by former state officials and former high-ranking Public and wider Public sector (A13 and above), from 2019 to March 2022, 24 applications were approved unconditionally and another 15 with conditions for employment in the private sector. At the same time, 13 applications were rejected. The Commission is examining whether the private work to be undertaken by the audited former government officials and officials is relevant to their duties in the public service. In these cases, a private sector work permit is not granted for a period of two years, as the public interest is directly endangered by the use of the privileged information in their possession.
According to the written information received by the deputies, during the first three months of 2022, two applications of former state officials for employment in the private sector were rejected. They are the former chairman of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission, Mr. Dimitra Kalogirou, and the former vice-president of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission, Mr. Andreas Andreou. group of companies, based in Switzerland. Her application was rejected after a letter from the current chairman of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission, Mr. George Theocharidis, dated 14/2/2022, with which it informed the Three-Member Committee that the Hellenic Capital Market Commission received an application on 4/1/2022, from a company that wants to operate in Cyprus, which is a subsidiary of the group of companies in which it will participate in the BoD. . Mrs. Kalogirou. Ms. Kalogirou has appealed and is awaiting the decision. It should be noted that in 2021, the Commission approved two applications of Mrs. Kalogirou for participation in boards of other companies.
σ. company was rejected because it is registered in Cyprus and is supervised by the Hellenic Capital Market Commission.