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President's alleged undeclared pension sparks controversy

AKEL demands answers on undeclared income amid austerity


The political party AKEL has called for a response from the President of the Republic, Nikos Christodoulides, amid reports suggesting that he has received a pension for eight years, beginning at the age of 45, without proper declaration in his financial affairs.

Marina Savva, a member of the AKEL Central Committee, stated that the public is eager to understand whether the President and other government officials are simultaneously receiving a civil servant's pension and the salary linked to their positions.

The revelations have raised questions about the compatibility of such arrangements with the ongoing economic challenges faced by society, despite their potential legality. Critics argue that these practices are at odds with the promised new culture and ethos advocated by the President and his supporters during the election.


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