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New boards for semi-governmental organisations to assume roles in 2024

Christodoulides,advisory council, presidential palace
Christodoulides, receives the chairman and members of the Advisory Council

The new boards of semi-state organisations will take over in early 2024, chairman of the advisory council George Arestis said on Thursday after a meeting with President Nikos Christodoulides at the presidential palace.

Efforts to identify candidates for their appointment are set to begin in the next few weeks, he specified, during a briefing with Christodoulides.

So far, the advisory council has had three meetings and decisions that have been taken have Christodoulides’ support, it emerged after the meeting.

Arestis highlighted the way the advisory council plans to operate “will give every citizen of the Republic who believes they have the qualifications to participate as chairperson, deputy chairperson or member of the board of a semi-state organisation can submit their application.”

The chairman specified the council is ready to accept applications, while the existing terms are set to expire by February 2024, with preparations underway to setup the new boards in time.

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